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News Briefing: When a Corporate Donation Raises Protests

By Kate Golden on March 13, 2008No Comment
  • The $1.6 million Templeton Prize is awarded to Michael Heller, a priest, cosmologist, and philosopher.  [New York Times]
  • The Center for Curatorial Leadership, a fellowship program designed to provide American curators with the management, fundraising, and administrative skills necessary to become museum directors, trains its first class.  [New York Times
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital, in Columbus, Ohio, takes heat for naming a new emergency department and trauma center after donor (and provocative ad maker) Abercrombie & Fitch.  [New York Times]
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