Oglethorpe awarded funds to support core curriculum
by Staff Reports
11:04 AM, Tuesday, September 23
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has selected Oglethorpe University to receive a sizable three-year grant to support its Explorations in the Core program, which evaluates and implements innovations in the Oglethorpe core curriculum. The grant is aw...

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