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University of Notre Dame
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Sources of External Funding

2015-16

$30,000
Funder: Army War College (USAWC)
Project: Visiting Fellows Program


2016

$59,787
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Varieties of Democracy


2014-15

$77,588
Funder: National Science Foundation
Project: Collaborative Research: Institution, Development, and Democracy


2014-15

$10,000
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Software Development for Varieties of Democracy by the Center for Research Computing


2013-14

$86,989
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Subcontract, Varieties of Democracy


2013-14

$7,536
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Subcontract, Varieties of Democracy


2013-14

$19,887
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Software Development for Varieties of Democracy by the Center for Research Computing


2012-13

$140,600
Funder: University of Gothenburg
Project: Subcontract, Varieties of Democracy 


2012-13

$85,000
Funder: Verizon Foundation
Project: Enhancing Communication, Mobile Literacy and Monitoring Applicatioms to Improve Health Service Delivery in Uganda


2012

$20,000
Funder: Ford Foundation (Chile)
Project: In support of the conference "Guillermo O'Donnell and the Study of Democracy"


2011-12

$111,194
Funder: University of Oslo
Project: Conceptualization and Measurement of Democracy


2011-12

$25,000
Funder: National Science Foundation
Project: In support of the 2011 Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA 2011)


2010-12

$210,000
Funder: Coca-Cola Foundation
Project: In support of the Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Service to Latin America


2010-12

$30,000
Funder: Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD)
Project: Support and promotion Portuguese or Lusophone Studies


2010-12

$370,884
Funder: Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State
Project: Undergraduate Intensive English Language Study Program
Partner: The Center for the Study of Language and Cultures


2011

$4,000
Funder: Latin American Studies Association/Ford Foundation
Project: Special projects grant to support the 2011 Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA 2011)


2011

$5,000
Funder: Japan Foundation - New York
Project: In support of the 2011 Asian Film Festival and Conference


2009-11

$179,000
Funder: Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) Program of the US Department of Education
Project: A New Paradigm for Asian Studies at Notre Dame: Innovation, Integration, and Distinction


2010

$50,000
Funder: Sieben Foundation
Project: Promotion of cooperative commercial agriculture and improved household nutrition through primary school education and community skills building in Nkozi Sub-county, Uganda.
Partner: Uganda Martyrs University's Community Outreach Program


2007-10

$290,000
Funder: Coca-Cola Foundation
Project: In support of Kellogg Institute programs such as undergraduate internships and the Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Service to Latin America


2006-10

$203,540
Funder: The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) of the US Department of Education (US/ED)
Project: Mobility, Society, and Governance in North America
Partner(s): Harvard University, El Colegio de México (COLMEX), Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP), Université de Montréal (UM), University of British Columbia (UBC)


2006-09

$75,000
Funder: Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD)
Project: Support and promotion of Portuguese or Lusophone Studies


2004-07

$299,738
Funder: US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Association Liaison Office (ALO)
Project: US-Mexico Training, Internships, Exchanges, and Scholarships (TIES) initiative
Partner(s): Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Mendoza College of Business of Notre Dame and the Centro Universitario de Ciencias Económico-Administrativas (CUCEA) of the Universidad de Guadalajara


2003-06

$522,000
Funder: US Department of Education
Project: Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships Program
Partner(s): Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, International Institute, University of Michigan


2003-06

$100,000
Funder: US Department of State, Fulbright Educational Partners Program
Project: Educational Partnerships for Social Science Research
Partner(s): Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (Lima, Peru), and Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (Caracas, Venezuela)


2004-05

$16,275
Funder: US Conference of Catholic Bishops
Project: Initiative on Catholicism, Politics, and Society in Latin America


2004-05

$12,500
Funder: US Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services
Project: The Catholic Church and Corruption in Latin America
Partner(s): US Conference of Catholic Bishops and Latin American Bishops’ Conference


2004-05

$35,000
Funder: The Brazilian Ministry of Culture
Project: Chair in Brazilian Studies


2003-05

$151,000
Funder: US Dept. of Education
Project: Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages (UISFL): "Advancing International Studies: Promoting the International Relations Major, Area Studies Programs, and Language Instruction"


2001-05

$208,760
Funder: The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) of the US Department of Education (US/ED) and Fundaçåo Coordenaçåo de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES) of the Government of Brazil
Project: US-Brazil Higher Education Consortium Program
Partner(s): Havard University, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), and Pontificia Universidade Católica (PUC-Rio)


2003-04

$1,997
Funder: Association of International Educators (NAFSA) and the US Dept. of State
Project: "Building Linkages, Promoting Social Service: US Students, International Students, and Community Organizations"


2003-04

$5,000
Funder: The Brazilian Ministry of Culture Chair in Brazilian Studies


2002-04

$47,500
Funder: Ford Foundation (Chile)
Project: "The Andes: A Turbulent Zone"


2002-03

$15,000
Funder: US Conference of Catholic Bishops, Secretariat for the Church in Latin America
Project: Religion Initiative


2002-03

$50,000
Funder: The Brazilian Ministry of Culture
Project: Chair in Brazilian Studies


2001-03

$10,000
Funder: Tinker Foundation
Project: Graduate Field Research Grants
Partner(s): University of Indiana, Bloomington


2000-03

$554,463
Funder: US Department of Education
Project: Title VI National Resource Center (NRC) for Latin American Studies and Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships funding
Partner(s): Indiana University


2000-03

$288,000
Funder: US Department of Education
Project: Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships
Partner(s): Indiana University


2000-03

$400,000
Funder: Ford Foundation (Chile)
Project: “Democracy, Human Rights, and Peace in Colombia”
Partner(s): Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Center for Civil and Human Rights


2001

$1,000,000
Funder: The Coca-Cola Foundation
Project: In support of Kellogg Institute programs such as undergraduate internships, Latin American Doctoral Fellowships, and the Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Service to Latin America


2001

$30,000
Funder: US Institute of Peace
Project: The Guatemalan Peace Process: Accomplishments and Lessons


2000-01

$50,000
Funder: The Brazilian Ministry of Culture
Project: Chair in Brazilian Studies


2000

$5,000
Funder: US Agency for International Development (USAID)
Project: Travel grants in support of a conference on “Institutions, Accountability, and Democratic Governance in Latin America”


1999

$38,000
Funder: US Institute of Peace
Project: In support of a conference on "Constitutional Design  2000: Institutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy in the Late Twentieth Century." (With Andrew Reynolds)


1999

$60,000
Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: In support of a conference on "Constitutional Design  2000: Institutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy in the Late Twentieth Century."


1999

$50,000
Funder: Ford Foundation India
Project: Festschrift for Myron Wiener


1998-99

$22,880
Funder: Inter-American Foundation
Project: Grant in support of graduate studies of Vivian Dutari


1997-99

Funder: Inter-American Foundation
Project: Grant in support of graduate studies of Rossana Castiglioni


1992-97

Approx. $2 million
Funder: The Coca-Cola Company
Project: Five-year Project Latin America 2000, which comprised an annual series of international academic workshops and related public policy forums; publication of the workshop proceedings; and fifteen four-year graduate fellowships at the University of Notre Dame, three awarded each year of the project to outstanding students from Latin America


1997

Funder: UNICEF
Project: Cosponsored "The Changing Status of Children in Latin America: Issues in Child Health and Children's Rights"


1997

Funder: International Life Sciences Institute (ISLA)
Project: Cosponsored "The Changing Status of Children in Latin America: Issues in Child Health and Children's Rights"


1997

Funder: Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IAIHR)
Project: Cosponsored "The Changing Status of Children in Latin America: Issues in Child Health and Children's Rights"


1997

Funder: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Project: "Social Policies for the Urban Poor in Southern Latin America: Welfare Reform in a Democratic Context" Phase II; 1997 academic workshop and forum of the same title organized by Ernest Bartell, C.S.C., and Guillermo O'Donnell and coordinated by Gabriela Ippolito-O'Donnell (all of Kellogg), proceedings edited by Gabriela Ippolito-O'Donnell


1996

Funder: MacArthur Foundation
Project: "Problems and Challenges for Contemporary Cuba"
Partner(s): Jointly administered by Kellogg and the Grupo Interdisciplinario para America Latina y el Caribe, Cuba.


1996

Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: "Problems and Challenges for Contemporary Cuba"
Partner(s): Jointly administered by Kellogg and the Grupo Interdisciplinario para America Latina y el Caribe, Cuba.


1990-93

$300,000
Funder: Hewlett Foundation
Project: Assigned to the Institute's endowment


1990

Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: Grant brought Pedro Monreal to the Institute as a Visiting Fellow from the Centro de Estudios sobre America, Cuba, in fall 1990.


1990

Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: Conference on "Building Democratic Institutions: Parties and Party Systems in Latin America," coordinated by Scott Mainwaring and Timothy Scully, C.S.C. (both of Kellogg), which resulted in a book co-edited by Mainwaring and Scully, Building Democratic Institutions: Party Systems in Latin America (Stanford University Press, 1995; Spanish translation by CIEPLAN, 1997)


1990

Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: "The Paraguayan Transition: Problems and Prospects" 1990 National Endowment for "The Paraguayan Transition: Democracy Problems and Prospects"


1990

Funder: Inter-American Foundation
Project: "The Paraguayan Transition: Problems and Prospects"


1990-94

Funder: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Project: Four-year project "Social Policies for the Urban Poor in Southern Latin America: Welfare Reform in a Democratic Context"
Partner(s): Organized by Guillermo O'Donnell (Kellogg) and Vilmar Faria (CEBRAP, Brazil); co-participants: CIEPP (Argentina), CEBRAP and NEPP (Brazil, CIEPLAN (Chile), and CESU and PEITHO (Uruguay)


1986-89

$200,000
Funder: The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Project: Assigned to the Institute's endowment to support basic research and academic activities, including the Visiting Fellows program and the Working Paper series. In recognition in 1989 the Institute established the Hewlett Fellowship to support distinguished international visiting scholars and educators


1987

Funder: Social Science Research Council
Project: Cosponsored a working meeting at Notre Dame on "Issues in the Consolidation of Democracy in Latin America and Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective"
Partner(s): Co-chaired by Guillermo O'Donnell (Kellogg) and Philippe Schmitter (Stanford University) as part of the "Dilemmas and Opportunities" project


1987

Funder: National Endowment for the Humanities
Project: International conference on "Labor Movements in Transitions to Democracy," organized by J. Samuel Valenzuela.


1987

Funder: International Development and Research Centre
Project: Travel and research grant for "Labor Movements in Transitions to Democracy"


1985-86

Funder: Ford Foundation
Project: Funding for the initial year of the three-year project "Dilemmas and Opportunities in the Consolidation of Democracy"
Partner(s): Coordinated by Guillermo O'Donnell (Kellogg) and Jose Nun (CLADE and the University of Toronto); coparticipants: CLADE (Argentina), CEBRAP (Brazil), CEDYS (Peru), and CIESU (Uruguay)

 


 

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