For Support Of The Pacific Film Archive
Type of SupportGeneral Support/Program
The Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive at the University of California at Berkeley is home to an internationally renowned center for the preservation, study, and presentation of cinema. Pacific Film Archive offers more than 350 public programs and film screenings each year to 39,000 visitors showcasing its collection of more than 16,000 historically significant films from across the globe. Project support for the Pacific Film Archive would support the organization’s plan to maintain its film programming and conclude a $100 million capital campaign as it prepares to move into a new seismically sound building in downtown Berkeley in early 2016.
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for the East Africa Social Science Translation Collaborative
The East Africa Social Science Translation Collaborative (EASST) enables East African researchers to conduct impact evaluations of social and economic programs, generating evidence for public policymaking. Researchers receive fellowships and grants at the University of California at Berkeley to carry out field studies, build capacity in African universities, and engage with governments. (Strategy: Evidence-Informed Policymaking)
for the Labor Center’s Power and Strategy project
The Labor Center, housed at the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment at University of California, Berkeley, will launch a comprehensive project to better understand the relationship between power and strategy in the social formations in which labor markets are embedded. The project will produce a scholarly monograph, a manual, and both academic and worker-oriented training curricula to teach power structure research skills to a variety of actors, including practitioners in the field.
for planning support of a new equity-centered research, policy, and practice university center
The mission of the Berkeley School of Education at UC Berkeley is to advance excellence and equity at all levels of public education. The school encompasses diverse students and faculty who are committed to equity and excellence in education as researchers, professional educators, leaders, and innovators. Students and faculty seek to address crucial and complex problems in education that hinder students’ ability to thrive. This grant will support the planning phase for a new center focused on equity-centered research, policy, and practice. (Substrategy: Educator Capacity)