Today more than ever, students begin college with inconsistent high school preparation and a broad range of study skills, social habits and maturity. These factors often determine whether or not they thrive in their new academic environment. In response to Read more →
Look Inside our Fall 2013 Report
This summer, we launched a new series of reports featuring our grantees and their innovative endeavors. Click the cover image to learn more about this edition’s feature organization, the Food Bank of Lincoln.
Third Quarter Grants
Local and regional arts and educational outreach projects were among the programs funded by the Cooper Foundation at its third quarter grant meeting in September. Bright Lights, the Institute for Holocaust Education, the Lied Center for Performing Arts, Plains Humanities Read more →