Sen to Spellman College. Receives $ 2.3 million grant from John Osof

These funds will specifically increase wireless efficiency around the school to improve teaching, learning, research and communication.

Atlanta – Spellman College has received a large grant from US Senator John Osof, who may soon receive more funding.

The award was given to Sen Osof College for its $ 2.3 million investment in technology enhancement around the school.

“Spellman is world-renowned as a higher education institution. I want to help Spellman and all the universities in Georgia achieve higher and higher heights,” he said. “That’s why I’re working hard to make sure these investments in Spellman’s technical systems are legally signed.”

These funds will specifically increase wireless efficiency around the school to improve teaching, learning, research and communication.

The process of updating the school’s technology infrastructure has been going on for five years and the grant will allow the grant to take the necessary follow – up steps to meet the school’s goals. Mary Schmidt Campbell said.

Sena. In addition to Osof’s investment, Spellman is also eligible for funding from the White House.

Earlier this month, the White House issued a press release stating that federal funds and resources would be available to black colleges and universities across the historically bombed country to “ensure the safety of students on their campuses.”

In February, Schŕµ˝pelman received multiple bomb threats, including a campus lockdown, cancellation of classes, and leaving school with anxious students.

Currently, government officials and school administrators are taking appropriate steps to prioritize the safety of the school and its students.

The support from government officials allowed the school to do just that. Schmidt Campbell spoke.

“It simply came to our notice then. It’s really strengthening and improving our existing security structures and installing more cameras, “she said.

According to the White House, the grant comes from the Department of Education’s Project School Emergency Response to Violence (Project Service) program, which aims to restore lower and higher education schools to a “safe environment conducive to learning.”

This includes an award of $ 50,000 to $ 150,000 for mental health, campus safety, emergency planning and response resources.

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