Artists Rendering of the Shapiro Science Center at Brandeis

The new Carl J. Shapiro Science Center at Brandeis University houses teaching labs and research space, a two-level electronic library, an atrium, a cafe, conference rooms and interaction spaces.

Capital Support

Major support is provided to cultural and educational institutions and hospitals to enable capital improvements, including new construction and renovations.

Representative Capital Grants include:

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Clinical Center:
    Support for renovations to the Carl J. Shapiro Clinical Center, including the construction of new conference rooms and the re-design of the third floor waiting areas.
    visit the Clinical Center website

    Minimally Invasive Simulation and Skills Center
    : A technical skills and simulation lab offering benchmark training and research to prepare the next generation of laproscopic surgeons.
    visit the Simulation and Skills Center website 
  • Brandeis University
    Admissions Building: Construction of an expanded, state-of-the-art admissions center.

    Science Center:
    Construction of a new Science Center, part of an expanded Science Complex which will include innovative research, teaching-labs and classroom spaces.
    visit the Brandeis University Science Center website 
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    Cardiovascular Center: A state-of-the-art building bringing 21st century technology to in-patient and out-patient cardiovascular care and clinical research.
    visit the Cardiovascular Center website 
  • Boston Medical Center
    Ambulatory Care Center: Support for the Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center that will server to consolidate, upgrade and expand outpatient clinical services.
    visit the Boston Medical Center website
  • The Children’s Museum
    KidStage: Support toward the construction and programming of the Museum's kid-size professional theater for participatory productions and performances.
    visit the Children's Museum KidStage website
  • Dana-Farber / Brigham and Women's Cancer Center
    Cancer Center: Support for the Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Center for Patients and Families at the new Yawkey Center for Cancer Care.
    visit the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center website
  • Hebrew SeniorLife
    Community Center on NewBridge Campus: Support for the construction of a new residential community in Dedham, MA that will provide a continuum of housing and health care options for seniors of all ages and abilities.
    visit the NewBridge Community Center website
  • Institute for Contemporary Art
    Interpretive Services: Support toward providing interpretative programs and services for Museum exhibitions.
    visit the ICA website
  • Kravis Center for Performing Arts
    Founder's Room: Support for the Founder's Room.
    visit the Kravis Center website
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    Construction of new building Courtyard and Sargent Gallery: The expansion of projects integral to the building of the new MFA.
    visit the Art of the Americas wing at the MFA web site

    Restoration of the Rotunda and Sargent murals: Major support for renovation and repair of this Museum focal point.
    visit the Museum of Fine Arts Architectural History website 
  • Museum of Science
    The Campaign for the Museum of Science: Support for the renovation and expansion of the Museum, including the relocated and updated Science Live! Stage.
    visit the Museum of Science website
  • Norton Museum
    Great Hall, Chinese Art Gallery, Contemporary Art Gallery:
    Support for the renovation of gallery spaces at one of the outstanding visual art museums in Southeast Florida.
    visit the Norton Museum website
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Museum Building: Campaign support for establishment of the Museum.

    visit the Holocaust Memorial Museum website
  • WGBH
    National Center for Accessible Media: Support for the research and development of new media access technologies benefiting people with disabilities, as well as for the public policy work of the Center.

    visit the NCAM website
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