Project LEARN-Chile Partners include:
Universidad Alberto Hurtado, the Jesuit University of Chile
Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile
100,000 Strong in the Americas, President Obama’s signature educational initiative for the Western Hemisphere and the funding source for Project LEARN-Chile. 100K Strong is a consortium including the White House, the State Department, Partners of the Americas, and NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Embassy of the United States – Santiago de Chile, which has provided two grant awards to fund mutual faculty transnational exchanges to build a doctoral program partnership involving Chilean-US research and learning collaborations.
Santander Bank, funder of 100K Strong Innovation Fund
The GaM (Gabriela Mistral Center) is center of arts, culture and people in Santiago de Chile engaged in a mission of social transformation.
Normalidad, Diferencia y Educacion is a CONICYT funded interdisciplinary research project problematizing the social and cultural production of normalcy and difference through education. It is housed at the Universidad Pontificia Catolica de Chile, and Texas State University is an associated international partner.
Fundacion Iguales works through research, education and public policy development for inclusion and equality across sexual and gender identities in Chilean society.
Dale Carnegie – Austin, professional development support in team development
The Gabriela Mistral Foundation, Inc., which has provided support in fostering collaborations both here, and in South America.