• Collaborative Mini-Grants

    2005-2006 Mini-Grants



    Project Description


    Funding Provided

    Dori Adams, Hamline Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance and Hancock 5th grade teachers


    Body Image, the Media &

    Health Issues



    Start-up materials:
    books, art supplies, etc.

    Shannon McParland, Hancock Curriculum Coordinator


    Hamline Art Students

    Family Art Fair



    Art Materials.

    Mary Hedenstrom, Hancock Science Specialist and Peggy Knapp, HU Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE)



    Nurturing Scientists,

    Nurturing Soil


    Organic fertilizer,

    100 science journals.

    Amee Xiong, HU Hmong Student Association and Hancock 5th Grade teachers


    Building Bridges

    Across Communities



    Start-up materials & food.

    Carol Schjei and Hancock Kindergarten Team; Barb Brokopp, HU Bush Library


    College Begins in Kindergarten

    Hamline campus tours



    First day at college certificates,
    cookies & lemonade.

    Nina Churchward, HU student tutor; Mary Hedenstrom,

    Hancock Science Specialist



    A World of Science


    Materials for experiment.

    Michael Pesko, HU student and Hancock 5th grade teachers



    Build a Novel


    Books, publishing party.

    Katey Lee, HU student with Mamadada Student Art League and Hancock 3rd grade teachers


    Public Art on Campus

    /Snelling Ave




    Emily Lesnak, HU student tutor and Hancock 4th grade teachers


    Continental Connections


    Postage for letter writing with

    S. African classroom 



    Megan Ehrreich, HU student; Dan Bergthold,
    5th grade teacher


    Letters to Iraq


    Postage, letter-writing


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    Want to travel to one of six U.S. cities over spring break? Interested in learning about social justice issues?  If so, apply by Monday, November 2 and reflect on your role in social change. 

    The Hamline Church United Methodist is celebrating their 135th anniversary after recently being listed on the Minnesota Annual Conference list of historic places. There will be a special service and an archival display to celebrate this historic institution and the close relationship it has with Hamline University.