Dinah Dodds Endowment for International Studies Reception and Recipient Presentations
Date: October 23 3:00pm - 5:00pm Location: Albany - Smith Hall
Albany - Smith Hall
International education, and specifically, the dynamic overseas studies program, is a critical element of the Lewis & Clark experience. In recognition of her decades of exemplary service to the college, her dedication to her many talented students, and her belief and support of internationalism, the Dinah Dodds Endowment for International Studies was established to provide permanent funding for this cornerstone program.
Annual earnings from the fund are used to further the educational mission of the college in the area of international studies, primarily in the following areas:
1. Individual Participation Grants - for students who lack the essential resources to participate in an overseas study program.
2. Student International Research Grants - for students who wish to expand upon work related to an overseas study program.
3. International Program Enhancement Grants - for additional program components not otherwise covered in the program budget.
A reception will be held followed by student project presentations. Information on the fund and how to apply for a grant will be available.
Event ContactElisabeth Martin