• Collaborative Mini-Grants

    2003-2004 Mini-Grants

    Applicants


       
        

    Project Description

      
        

    Funding Provided

    Mary Hedenstrom, Hancock Science Specialist

     

     

    Peace Garden Sign

       

    Barb Eide, Hancock First Grade Writers' Workshop; HU students from the Fulcrum literary journal 

     

     

    Edited and published writings.

     

    Funded by Humanities Chair (Kristin Mapel-Bloomberg).

    Carrie Cannon, Hancock third grade teacher

     

     

    Pottery & Sculpture

     

    Supplies and firing of Hamline kiln

    Allison Theissen, Hancock fourth grade teacher; Kate Bjork, HU History prof

     

     

    MN History Skits

     

    Sets & props


    Kimberly Feilmeyer

     

    Diverse and multicultural children’s literature.

     

     

    Materials

    Megan Keefe & Anne Kilstofte, HU students

     

    Props for singing and learning school song.

     

    No funding needed.  Props provided by Hancock.

     

    Meredith Buchbinder, HU student; Hancock Fifth Grade teachers

     

     

    Story quilt

     

    Materials

    Alana Schommer, HU student; Mary Hedenstrom, Hancock Science Specialist

     

     

    Crime scene investigation

     

    Materials

    Glynis Grostephan, Hancock Schoolwide Enrichment model teacher

     

    Collaborative Earth Day Festival  

     

    Materials

     

     

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    Rabbi Weiss will speak on Playing Scrabble: Finding a New Vocabulary to Talk About Illness and Faith on Tuesday, March 7 from 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.Kay Fredericks Ballroom, Klas Center as part of the Mahle Symposium.

    Hamline University will welcome a series of guest speakers to offer their views on the topic of this year's Mahle Symposium, Healing, Wholeness, Holiness: Religious Responses to Trauma and Illness, March 6-7

     

     

    Coordinator of Religious and Spiritual Life Programs Nur Mood was recently part of the panel on The Feast of St. Scholastica, reflecting on its Benedictine values. Also on the panel were Duluth Mayor Emily Larson, Board of Trustees Chair Chris Dolan, and Religion Department Professor Gary Boelhower. Nur Mood is an alumnus of the College of Scholastica and serves on their Board of Directors' Alumni Relations.