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New Strategies, Grants Announced to Support Arts and Culture in Arizona

The Flinn Foundation, a major supporter of the arts in Arizona for more than 25 years, has announced a new three-part strategy of grants and services to support the statewide arts and culture community, anchored by a $500,000 program to increase audience participation.

Inaugural Class of Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy Completes Study, Charts Course for Arizona Leadership

An ambitious new initiative to expand Arizona’s cadre of future state-level civic leaders reached an important milestone on May 20 with a celebration of the inaugural class of the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy

20 new Flinn Scholars choose Arizona public universities

Twenty of the most talented high-school seniors in Arizona have earned the 2011 Flinn Scholarship, one of the nation’s most prestigious awards for undergraduate studies. In August, the newest Flinn Scholars will arrive on the campuses of Arizona’s public universities with eye-popping academic credentials and established records of service to their schools and communities.

Mayo Clinic neurologist elected to Flinn Foundation board of directors

Richard J. Caselli, M.D., a behavioral neurologist with Mayo Clinic, has been elected to the board of directors of the Flinn Foundation. Dr. Caselli’s appointment expands the Foundation’s board to 10 members.

New website offers portal to civic leadership in Arizona

The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership, a new, nonpartisan initiative to strengthen civic leadership in Arizona, has unveiled a web portal, azcivicleadership.org, offering resources to support all Arizonans’ civic engagement.

Arizona bioscience jobs grew during recession, study reveals

During the recessionary years of 2008-09, bioscience jobs in Arizona grew by 7 percent while Arizona’s overall private sector lost 11 percent of its jobs, according to a new performance analysis of Arizona’s bioscience sector, commissioned by the Flinn Foundation. The annual study by the Battelle Technology Partnership Practice found that Arizona continues to outpace the nation in generating bioscience jobs and firms, and the state has reached an all-time high in grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health.

“Arizona Bioscience Day” proclaimed by Governor Brewer

Recognizing Arizona’s strides in building a thriving biosciences sector, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has issued an official proclamation to declare Wednesday, October 27, 2010, as Arizona Bioscience Day. The designated day coincides with one of Arizona’s major annual bioscience events, BioFest 2010, hosted by the Arizona BioIndustry Association on October 27 at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale.

Longtime Arizona Policy Expert to Lead New Flinn Foundation Initiative

The Flinn Foundation has appointed Nancy Welch, a nationally recognized public-policy analyst, to lead an emerging program to strengthen civic leadership in Arizona.

As program turns 25, newest Flinn Scholars choose Arizona universities

 

Twenty of Arizona's most accomplished high-school seniors have been announced as recipients of the Flinn Scholarship, one of the most competitive and prestigious undergraduate awards in the nation. The students, who constitute the 25th class of Flinn Scholars, will attend one of Arizona's three public universities with a truly comprehensive package of support that includes tuition, room and board, personal mentorship by top faculty, and funding for international study and research. The Scholarship is worth more than $54,000--on top of the value of tuition.

 

Flinn Foundation, Piper Trust Announce Strengthening Arts Initiative

A total of $1.25 million will go into a one-time arts and culture initiative resulting from redirecting remaining grant funds from the wind-down of Metro Phoenix Partnership for Arts and Culture (MPAC).

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