Chronicle Op-Ed: All College Giving Should Be Held to the Same Standard

Writing for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Director of University Relations John Hardin discusses the giving standards that the Charles Koch Foundation follows and invites readers to examine the real benefits our grants provide to the schools, professors, and students we support. As he writes:

“We are committed to supporting colleges because they are an essential contributor to a thriving society. They’re where students learn to be critical thinkers and where scholars have the freedom to study society’s most pressing problems. Our grants are intended to reinforce an atmosphere of open inquiry and respectful challenge that is essential to the development of new ideas.”

Read the full op-ed. 

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UNC School of Law Studies Prosecutors, Trade Associations, and Criminal Justice Policy

The University of North Carolina School of Law’s Prosecutors and Politics project announced a new study to understand the relationship between district attorney associations and state criminal justice policy.

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09-17-2019 01:23pm

The National Constitution Center’s Classroom Exchange Program Turns Students into Constitutional Scholars

The National Constitution Center's classroom exchange program brings the U.S. Constitution to life for middle and high school students across the country.

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Scholars at Risk to Increase Efforts to Bring Threatened Scholars to Safety, Preserving Academic Freedom

With the help of a gift from the Charles Koch Foundation, Scholars at Risk will be able to bring more scholars to safety and enhance its ability to raise awareness of the growing threat to the free exchange of ideas.

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