PMA Implementation Grant Awards
    Institution Program
    American University Professional Sociology
    Appalachian State University Applied Public History
    Buffalo State College Community Health Promotion
    Claremont Graduate University Archival Studies, 
    Museum Studies, 
    ​Arts and Cultural Management
    Cleveland State University International Relations
    Eastern Michigan University Human Language Technology
    John Carroll University Non-profit Administration
    Lehigh University Biopharmaceutical Economics
    Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis

    Geographical Information Systems,
    Museum Studies

    Sarah Lawrence College Genetics Research Ethics,
    Genetics/Public Health Advocacy
    Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville Criminal Justice,
    Professional/Technical Writing
    State University of New York - Albany Economic Forecasting
    University of California - Santa Cruz Social Documentation
    University of Colorado - Boulder English as a Second Language, 
    Development Studies-Geography
    University of Maryland, Baltimore County Public History
    University of North Carolina - Charlotte Applied Philosophy
    University of North Carolina - Greensboro Women's/Gender Studies
    University of North Carolina - Wilmington Applied Behavior Analysis,
    Applied Gerontology, 
    Criminal Justice




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