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        6,108  Grants awarded for  $2,876,702,220
        GranteeProjectDateAmountLocationProgram 
        Cornell UniversityNew Directions Fellowships 03/14/08$224,000Ithaca, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Cornell UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Smith]03/14/08$278,000Ithaca, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Northwestern UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Edwards]03/14/08$211,000Evanston, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Smith CollegeNew Directions Fellowships [White]03/14/08$224,000Northampton, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Harvard UniversityPaleographical Papers of Albinia de la Mare12/22/08$5,000Cambridge, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of California at BerkeleyNew Directions Post-Fellowship Award [Carson]12/22/08$50,000Berkeley, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Haverford CollegeCurricular Integration of the Arts01/26/09$87,700Haverford, PA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Randolph CollegeExperiential Learning01/26/09$50,000Lynchburg, VA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        St. John’s College - Santa FeAdmissions Review01/26/09$25,000Santa Fe, NM, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of TorontoFluid Engage 03/13/09$1,260,000Toronto, Ontario, CanadaHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval StudiesPostdoctoral Fellowships03/13/09$300,000Toronto, Ontario, CanadaHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Northwestern UniversityDistinguished Achievement Award [Newman]03/13/09$1,500,000Evanston, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Cornell UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Dubreuil]03/13/09$274,000Ithaca, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Princeton UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Burnett]03/13/09$283,000Princeton, NJ, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Hamilton CollegeOpen Curriculum03/13/09$100,000Clinton, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Denison UniversityLeave-Proofing Project03/13/09$788,000Granville, OH, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Cornell UniversityCornell Higher Education Research Institute 03/13/09$699,000Ithaca, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Sarah Lawrence CollegeEnvironmental Studies02/01/10$95,900Bronxville, NY, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Smith CollegeNew Directions Post-Fellowship Award 02/22/10$50,000Northampton, MA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Stanford UniversityNew Directions Fellowships [Pentcheva]03/19/10$260,000Stanford, CA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignNew Directions Fellowships 03/19/10$197,000Champaign, IL, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        University of TorontoNew Directions Fellowships [Saleh]03/19/10$357,000Toronto, Ontario, CanadaHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Rice UniversityDoctoral Seminars03/19/10$220,000Houston, TX, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Gallaudet UniversityGallaudet Deaf Digital Library03/19/10$500,000Washington, DC, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities
        Franklin & Marshall CollegeIntegrating Phillips Museum of Art03/19/10$500,000Lancaster, PA, United StatesHigher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities