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IN BRIEF : W. M. Keck Grants Exceed $9 Million

August 16, 1992

Twenty-one grants, totaling $9,275,000, have been awarded through the W. M. Keck Foundation's semiannual grant program.

The grants, to leading colleges, universities and research laboratories across the nation, as well as to Southern California-based cultural and health-care organizations, support science, engineering, medical research, liberal arts, legal and youth education programs.

The Southern California program grants, totaling $570,000, go to Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for continued support for education programs: Old Globe Theatre, San Diego; Reiss-Davis Child Study Center, Los Angeles; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and UC San Diego.

Since 1991, the foundation has also made awards to further the implementation of legal ethics education. This cycle, three universities--Columbia, Harvard and Loyola Marymount--received a total of $715,000 to establish or expand the study of ethics in their law schools.

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