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Ex Libris Philanthropy

…layout that has not changed in 100 years of publication. On every left-hand page runs the original text, with a near-literal English translation running on the right-hand page. The series…

Spring 2015 – Briefly Noted

…the Mediterranean in less-than-seaworthy vessels. After a drowning of 366 people off the coast of Lampedusa in 2013, Italy set up a specialized search and rescue operation called Mare Nostrum….

Tiny Ships to the Stars

…in the 1990s called Clementine. Later, he spent nearly a decade as director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, the agency’s outpost in Silicon Valley, supporting small-satellite and other programs, and…

Elise Westhoff: Sharing Some Personal News preview

Elise Westhoff: Sharing Some Personal News

…coming weeks, the Philanthropy Roundtable board of directors will launch a national search for a new chief executive. To everyone in the Roundtable community, we are grateful to you for…

Briefly Noted

…challenge was a waste and that scientists weren’t using the money to do research, etc. I assure you that this is absolutely false.” The surge of research funding from the…

Heartland Art preview

Heartland Art

…have gone underappreciated. The stories of how Crystal Bridges curators discovered these artists are part of the exhibition. The works on display were assembled through a 100,000-mile coast-to-coast-to-coast search that…

A Lot to Learn

…and embrace simplistic proposals. Page after page describing the heroism of reformers and villainy of the “anti-reform” cadres isn’t likely to encourage reflection or smart course corrections on the part…

Philanthropic Prod for Public Innovation

Michael Bloomberg, business titan and philanthropist perhaps best known for his stint running a small town called the Big Apple, has issued the call to other city leaders: the best…

Alms Alchemy preview

Alms Alchemy

Every year the Chronicle of Philanthropy publishes a list of the largest 400 charities in America. Last year, the National Christian Foundation was No. 15. But what may be more…