Giving to the Center
As a type
IV center of the state university system, the Center for Social and Political
Thought receives no annual budgetary support and is supported by funds
external to the university. The Center has an account in the U.S.F. foundation
which accepts donations and these donations may be used for specially targeted
purposes such as named lectures, such as the recent Catherine Stephens
Overbey Memorial lecture, given by University of California Professor of
Philosophy and Cognitive Science Hubert Dreyfus. The Director of the Center
will be pleased to discuss opportunities for giving. The Center is open
to discussions in the area of social and political thought from all points
of view and has hosted outstanding scholars from both the right and the
left as well as "peer" scholars in the area of social and political thought.
The Center would be in a position to administer scholarship support, scholarship
support for honor's students, fellowship support for graduate students,
post doctoral fellowships, and positions to support visiting scholars,
all of which would be named, for example as a memorial, at the discretion
of the donor with the agreement of the center director and foundation.
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