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Charitable Giving Rises 5 Percent to Nearly $250 Billion in 2004

Estimated charitable giving reached $248.52 billion for 2004, a new record for philanthropic giving in the United States, the Giving USA Foundation announced today. The new Giving USA report released today is the 50th anniversary edition of the yearbook of philanthropy. Giving USA is published by the Giving USA Foundation and researched and written at […]

Thanks Gordon

Here is a first look at my tribute column to Gordon. This will appear in the June issue of SBO Magazine — On Tuesday Morning April 28, 2005 the music education community lost one of our greatest, influential, and most unsung of heroes' Dr. Gordon Shaw. He was not a musician; his art form was […]

More Gordon Shaw…

The best obit I have seen to date providing excellent perspective on his work from the Boston Globe (via LA Times): Gordon Shaw; his work led to 'Mozart effect' learning theory Other Coverage: AMC Remembers Dr. Gordon Shaw: "Remembering Dr. Gordon Shaw" From his Foundation: MIND Institute Co-Founder, UCI Professor Emeritus, Visionary Scientist Dr. Gordon […]

AMC Remembers Dr. Gordon Shaw

The American Music Conference – the organization responsible for bringing much of Dr. Gordon Shaw's work to the general public – weighs in on his passing: Dr. Shaw established himself as a pioneer in the understanding of "music as a window to higher brain function." Best known to the public as a leader in the […]

UCI physicist/Music Research Pioneer Gordon Shaw dead at 72

What Plato, Socrates, and Albert Einstein knew intuitively, Gordon Shaw set out to prove scientifically. Most people will never really know the true impact of Gordon's work… Music Makes You Smarter, The Mozart Effect, Baby Mozart products, Zell Miller's CD's for Every Newborn in Georgia, Johnson and Johnson's CD for young children, VH1's Save The […]

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