UCLA has opened North America’s first permanent academic home for the study of music of American Jewish experience.
National Institute for Excellence in Teaching Chairman and Founder Lowell Milken and CEO Dr. Candice McQueen surprised Somerset ISD and its Superintendent Dr. Saul Hinojosa with the award during a virtual celebration with district and school leaders.
The Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes awards Charles Rounds III, a 12th grader at Power Academic and Performing Arts Complex in Jackson, Mississippi, the $6,000 Grand Prize in its 2020 ArtEffect Project unsung hero art competition.
Duplessis Primary in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, Receives $50,000 NIET Founder’s Award.
With a total of $100,000 at stake, the LMI-Sandler Prize is the largest entrepreneurship competition at any law school in the United States.
A transformational campus for early childhood education, parenting, and community made possible by a generous matching grant from the Lowell Milken Family.
Washburn Rural Middle School student Allison Reed just learned via Zoom that she is the $6,000 Grand Prize winner of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes’ annual Discovery Award competition.
National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) is an independent public charity to support and manage the TAP™: The System for Teacher and Student Advancement nationally.
As a student/teacher think-tank, the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes (LMC) was established by the Lowell Milken Family Foundation in 2007 to galvanize a movement for teaching respect and understanding among all people regardless of race, religion or creed.
The Aaron Milken Center at Wise comprises early childhood education, parenting, community and sacred spaces.
The Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music unites the academic and the artistic, showcasing artists, scholars and educators to share their sounds and stories.