HCC Foundation receives $1 Million endowment for nursing scholarships

With the Schwabers' $1 million endowment, Harford Community College will be able to increase scholarship opportunities for the additional students enrolled in the program.
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University Of Maryland School Of Nursing faculty members awarded more than $5.4 Million in funding from National Institutes Of Health

The NEAT Study seeks to understand the transition from acute to chronic lower-back pain, which will enable researchers to identify biomarkers early in the transition period and to provide new therapeutic targets (e.g., newly identified signaling receptors that could be blocked in the central nervous system) at critical windows of...
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The Daily Record: COPT Trust gives $20K grant to support ‘Care For Our Caregivers’ program

As part of the ‘Care for Our Caregivers’ program, COPT has involved some of its local restaurant tenants to participate by preparing the meals that will be provided to Howard County General Hospital.
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Members of BDC’s Made in Baltimore program receive grants for PPE production

Seven Made In Baltimore members are among the first nine recipients of a grant fund established by the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) to support Baltimore’s small businesses producing equipment needed by health workers and others in response to COVID-19. 
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Maryland Department of Commerce grant will advance biohealth innovation at Loyola

The Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund (MEIF), administered by the Maryland Department of Commerce has awarded $500,000 in funding to Loyola University Maryland to establish an endowed professorship in innovation that will help to expand scientific research in biohealth and promote economic and entrepreneurial success in the state of Maryland. The funding...
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BCCC & Center for Urban Families Awarded $495K from Kresge Foundation for Career-Training Partnership

The Kresge Foundation awarded a $495,000 grant to support a partnership between the Center for Urban Families (CFUF) and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) to connect 100 individuals with low incomes to critical human service supports and educational pathways to advance social and economic mobility. This is one of six...
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