The Fund for American Studies
The time was the late 1960s. The United States was engulfed in a seismic cultural and political shift. Radicalism dominated college campuses. Confidence in the American system of government was on the decline.
The Institute for Humane Studies
Training today’s brightest students and faculty to be the defenders of liberty tomorrow.
RALEIGH, N.C. — The fourth annual Raleigh Children’s Business Fair will be held, rain or shine, on October 19, 2019, from 3:00– 5:00 p.m at The Commons at North Hills. The John William Pope Foundation and John Locke Foundation are organizing the event to promote youth entrepreneurship in the Raleigh area. The event is free; community … Continued
Kari Travis, Associate Editor at Carolina Journal (a publication of the John Locke Foundation), was recently recognized at The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Travis received the TFAS Young Alumnus Award along with Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Legislative Affairs Mary Elizabeth Taylor. Travis was nominated for … Continued
In May, the John William Pope Foundation welcomed 2019-2020 John Blundell Fellow Branson Inscore to our staff. A recent college graduate and native of Iredell County, Inscore will be with us for one year working as a program assistant, exploring options for future employment or graduate study, and completing a special project. The John Blundell Fellowship … Continued
Dr. Thomas Shea Uses His Career to Fight Cancer
In 2014, the John William Pope Foundation was honored to give $1.3 million to UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of the leading cancer centers in the United States. $1 million of the gift went to fund a distinguished professorship in cancer research in honor of Dr. Thomas Shea, who was John W. Pope’s physician … ContinuedSee More Achiever Spotlights