Grant money received to support student travel in Germany

A total of $12,000 dollars in grant money was awarded for the Bonn Program and support for student travel to and in Germany. The Max Kade Foundation in New York awarded Bonn Program participants travel grants of $1,000 each to nine students participating in the program this spring. Six of the students are Ripon College students, two are Knox College students, and one is a Notre Dame University student.

The Kaden Fund of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation awarded $3,000 for student travel on Liberal Arts In Focus study trips to and in Germany.


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