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Humanities projects as well as subjects; it can be K-12 or higher education and includes philosophy, literature, religion, arts, history, and language.

Disney and Kahn Academy Imagineering materials.

Jun 01, 2020


Interdisciplinary Student-Driven Projects

Imagineering in a Box is designed to pull back the curtain to show students in middle school and high school how artists, designers, and engineers work together to create theme parks.  The program, from Khan Academy, takes a behind-the-scenes look with Disney Imagineers and makes it an active learning experience by weaving together videos and exercises into lessons that culminate in student-driven projects

Art contest for Google

Feb 17, 2020


Competition to Create a Google Doodle Based on Kindness

Doodle for Google offers K–12 students an opportunity to display their artwork on In addition to having their work featured on the tech company’s landing page for an entire day, the winner will receive a $30,000 college scholarship, and the winner’s school will be awarded a $50,000 technology package.

Philosophy contest

Dec 02, 2019


Kids Philosophy Slam

The Kids Philosophy Slam is designed to make philosophy accessible and engaging for youth of all ages and abilities, to promote a philosophical dialogue between youth and adults, and to increase awareness of philosophy and education in everyday life. More than $2,500 in prizes is available to students and schools.

High School Ethics

Sep 05, 2019


Collaborative Discussions of Complex Ethical Dilemmas

The National High School Ethics Bowl (NHSEB) promotes respectful, supportive, and rigorous discussion of ethics among thousands of high school students nationwide. Each fall the NHSEB releases a set of cases covering a broad range of issues, which then serve as the focus for the year.

Grants for community archives

Jun 03, 2019


Grants for Community-based Primary Source Archives

Since 2013 the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Scholarly Communications program has been making a series of grants to help diversify the body of primary source evidence available to, for example, activists, artists, researchers in humanities fields, community historians, genealogists, teachers, and students. These grants are designed to support and strengthen a body of archival practice called community-based archiving.


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