Here are notable new grant awards compiled by The Chronicle:
Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation
$5 million to the Rochester Area Community Foundation to create a fund to support youth sports.
Cargill and Teys Australia
$2.75 million to Texas Tech University for programs in meat science. Cargill, an agricultural-services company, is giving $750,000 to establish an endowed professorship in sustainable meat science, and $2 million from meat producer Teys will support research on the topic.
$1.5 million to help Horizons expand its summer education programs for low-income children.
Standard Chartered Bank
$1.5 million over three years to support the Seva Foundation’s cataract-surgery programs in India and Cambodia.
$1 million to expand the University Business Center at California State University at Fresno’s Craig School of Business.
RCHN Community Health Foundation
$1 million over three years to George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health to support policy analysis, graduate-student research, and guest lecturers.
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