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Mini-grants for course development and faculty on free market economics available

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An invitation to American and Canadian college faculty: Acton is currently offering mini-grants for course development and academic projects in free market economics at colleges and universities. The purpose of these mini-grants is to promote free market economic scholarship on college campuses (in the U.S. and Canada). If you are a current U.S. or Canadian college or university faculty member or know any college faculty interested in promoting the free market on campus, you are encouraged to apply or pass this message onto those who could benefit.

To learn more about our guidelines and details of the grants, go to our Mini-grants on Free Markets page and look under Grant Details. Our mini-grants range between $1,000 – $10,000 and will be dispersed at the beginning of the project. We also have a Fact Sheet of the Mini-grants available to assist you in your application.

Applications are being accepted electronically until March 31. If you have any more questions about our application process go to our Mini-grants on Free Markets page and look under Application Information or contact us at scholarships@acton.org. Please submit your applications electronically through the online application.

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