New York middle school student, Michelle Dong, has won the $6,000 Grand Prize in the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes’ 2019 Discovery Award competition.
A transformational campus for early childhood education, parenting, and community made possible by a generous matching grant from the Lowell Milken Family.
Lowell Milken Announces New CEO of National Institute for Excellence in Teaching
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.
Plan B is an exhibition inspired by the history and spirit of the Bauhaus on the occasion of its one hundredth anniversary. It features work produced by ArtCenter College of Design Study Away students working between Berlin and LA, now through December 15th.
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 Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography at ArtCenter College of Design: committed to the value of letterform knowledge in contemporary visual communication.
Conceived and created by Lowell Milken, the Milken Educator Awards is the nation’s preeminent teacher recognition program. More than 2,700 exemplary teachers, principals and specialists have been surprised with individual, unrestricted $25,000 prizes since 1987.