• Collaborative Mini-Grants

    2003-2004 Mini-Grants



    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.




    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



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



    Crime scene investigation



    Glynis Grostephan, Hancock Schoolwide Enrichment model teacher


    Collaborative Earth Day Festival  





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    The Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice welcome Dr. John B. Cobb Jr. for the annual United Methodist Heritage Lecture entitled Beyond Spiritual Bankruptcy: Why United Methodist Theology Still Matters. The lecture is free and will be held in the Hamline Church on Thursday, November 3 at 7 p.m.

    Hamline University was named to the 2015 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition that an institution can receive for its commitment to community, service-learning, and civic engagement. Hamline is the only institution in the state of Minnesota that was recognized in all four honor roll categories.