The Mansergh-Stuessy Fund for College Innovation is a 1-year "seed" grant to encourage creativity and out-of-the-box thinking at select liberal arts colleges in Minnesota. This fund was established in August 2011 to honor the 50th wedding anniversary of Gerald and Nancy Stuessy Mansergh.
The Fund was organized to develop and pilot new activities that enhance college campus programs, including academic, student life, faculty/staff, and alumni initiatives.
The Fund is intended to benefit colleges that are institutional members of the Minnesota Private College Council from which Mansergh-Stuessy descendents have received a baccalaureate degree: Gustavus Adolphus College, Hamline University, and Macalester College, to date.
5 Jan 2013 release: 2013 Awards Announced
The award advisory board is happy to announce two awards for the Mansergh-Stuessy Fund for College Innovation of the Saint Paul Foundation:
- Gustavus Adolphus College - Enhancement of the Gustavus Summer Institute of Nursing
- Hamline University - The Green Dot Program for Campus Violence Prevention
Congratulations to the awardees, and best wishes working on your innovative programs!
6 Jan 2012 Release: 2012 Awards Announced
The Advisory Board is pleased to announce 3 awards for the inaugural year of the Mansergh-Stuessy Fund for College Innovation of the Saint Paul Foundation:
- Macalester College - The Sustainable Student Collaboration
- Gustavus Adolphus College - The Group Coaching Health/Wellness Project
- Hamline University - Development of the Campus Heritage Tour
We look forward to exciting, innovative developments for these projects in 2012.
This award is made available through the Mansergh-Stuessy Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation.