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Organization name: Doane University

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AKA-260555-18Education Programs: Humanities Connections Planning GrantsDoane CollegeDoane University: Emphasis in Integrated Humanities Program5/1/2018 - 4/30/2019$35,000.00Kathleen Hanggi   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA2018Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherHumanities Connections Planning GrantsEducation Programs350000350000

A one-year planning grant to develop an interdisciplinary, humanities-based concentration for biology and psychology majors.

Doane University proposes a $35K Planning Grant to develop a new Emphasis in Integrated Humanities Program (EIHP). Faculty from English, biology, and psychology will develop a pilot program for students majoring in biology or psychology. The EIHP will provide humanities-based skills in creative and critical thinking and communication and tailor the content of a major to the ethical and expressive emphases integral to study in the humanities. Experiential learning is a required component for all undergraduate students at Doane and will be integral to the EIHP. During the grant, the project team will finalize the design, structure, and expected student learning outcomes, including the volume and nature of coursework that will be required and the development of new courses. The EIHP will be approved for implementation in 2019-2020 for a cohort of biology and psychology students and could eventually expand to numerous other disciplines and ideally serve as a model to other institutions.

AKB-270210-20Education Programs: Humanities Connections Implementation GrantsDoane CollegeImplementing a Certificate in Integrated Humanities6/1/2020 - 5/31/2024$100,000.00Jared List   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA2020Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherHumanities Connections Implementation GrantsEducation Programs10000001000000

A three-year project to implement a new general education certificate program in integrated humanities for psychology and biology majors.

Doane University proposes a $100K Humanities Connections Implementation Grant to implement a new Certificate in Integrated Humanities Program (CIHP). Faculty from the Departments of English, Biology, and Psychology will lead implementation of the CIHP which will be designed for students of any undergraduate major, but particularly in areas of health and social services. The objective of this proposal is to develop three pathways towards certification within the general education core by the end of the grant period – Opioids & Addiction, Fear in the Present Age, and Medicine in America – that will take a multidisciplinary approach to explore a contemporary issue. Each pathway will include three components: (1) two new and innovative eight-week courses called short courses; (2) two revised sections of complementary introductory courses from the undergraduate core curriculum; and (3) a capstone course designed to synthesize the knowledge, values, and skills acquired within each pathway.

EC-10262-76Education Programs: Education Consultant GrantsDoane CollegeEducation Consultant Grant5/1/1976 - 5/31/1978$5,586.00EvelynH.Haller   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralEducation Consultant GrantsEducation Programs5586055860

No project description available

ES-*0799-78Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsDoane CollegeAdapting the Doane Writing Skills Model to Selected Secondary Schools5/22/1978 - 5/22/1979$68,993.00Gary Lehmann   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1978Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs689930689930

No project description available

ES-*0971-79Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsDoane CollegeA Regional Plan to Improve the Writing Skills of Nebraska Secondary Students5/1/1979 - 7/31/1980$190,734.08Gary Lehmann   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs190734.080190734.080

To implement a regional plan to improve the writing skills of Nebraska secondary school students.

FB-13052-77Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsRichard WoltersThe Young Hegelians and teh Epistemology of Projection9/1/1977 - 5/31/1978$15,000.00Richard Wolters   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1977EpistemologyFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs150000150000

To examine the mechanism of "projection" (the tendency of man to formulate and reify images) and the way in which these projections come to influence man.

FB-22625-84Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsJames G. BastianThe Secular Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble Music of Claudio Merulo (1533-1604)1/1/1984 - 6/30/1984$6,384.00JamesG.Bastian   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1983Music History and CriticismFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs6384063840

No project description available

FR-10372-78Research Programs: Residential College Teacher Fellowships, 1976-1981Philip N. GilbertsonHuman Limits: The Implication of the Idea of Boundaries in Romanticism9/1/1978 - 5/31/1979$15,000.00PhilipN.Gilbertson   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1978Literature, GeneralResidential College Teacher Fellowships, 1976-1981Research Programs150000150000

To explore how Romantic writers' use and understanding of the metaphor of boundaries forms 20th century thought. To study the language and sense of boundaries as poetic metaphors and their implications for a deeper understanding of our culture.

FT-11012-71Research Programs: Summer StipendsEvelyn H. HallerIdeas of the Public Function of Art in Britain, 1914-19446/1/1971 - 8/31/1971$1,500.00EvelynH.Haller   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1971Literature, GeneralSummer StipendsResearch Programs1500015000

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FT-35823-91Research Programs: Summer StipendsJohn P. BurgessReligion and Democratization: East German Contributions5/1/1991 - 9/30/1991$3,750.00JohnP.Burgess   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1991Religion, GeneralSummer StipendsResearch Programs3750037500

No project description available

GZ-*1068-79Public Programs: Humanities Projects for YouthDoane CollegeRegional Culture and Cultural Heritage8/1/1979 - 12/31/1979$3,531.12Richard Wolters   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA1979ArchaeologyHumanities Projects for YouthPublic Programs3531.1203531.120

To revitalize the sense and relevance of the Czech tradition among youth in southeast Nebraska by focusing on history and ethnic studies.

To revitalize the sense and relevance of Czech tradition among youth in southeast Nebraska by focusing on history and ethnic studies.

ZED-284294-22Agency-wide Projects: ARP-Organizations (Education-related)Doane CollegeDoane University American Rescue Plan Humanities Innovation Project10/1/2021 - 9/30/2024$499,116.00Pedro Maligo   Doane CollegeCreteNE68333-2426USA2021Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherARP-Organizations (Education-related)Agency-wide Projects49911604991160

The development of a new Department of Ethics and Interfaith Studies and expand the Certificate in Integrated Humanities program, with the retention of three humanities positions

Doane University proposes to innovate within the Humanities departments and develop a new Department of Ethics and Interfaith Studies (EIS). This project will allow Doane to bridge the current gap in financial resources, retain key faculty positions within the humanities, and novelize this department to benefit faculty and students across the institution. In addition to preserving the range of humanities education for students by funding positions in interfaith studies and ethics, this project will support the expansion of current efforts to create innovative humanities pathways connected to non-humanities majors and pre-professional programs.