Humanities Center Awards
- By Luis Vivanco
The Humanities Center is pleased to announce three new awards and to invite applications for several other of our ongoing programs.
Humanities Center Publication Subvention Award. Up to $1500 to support production or permissions costs required by a publisher to publish a peer-reviewed book or journal article in a humanities field. Deadline: rolling. For more information see here.
Humanities Center Undergraduate Research Assistantship. $1200 to support 100 hours of student research assistance during a semester for a faculty member in a humanities field. Available for Fall, Summer, and Spring semesters, each with its own deadline. For more information see here. If you are interested in applying for one this Spring, please email Luis Vivanco (email@example.com) ASAP.
Public Humanities Fellowship. Two awards every academic year of $5,000 each to enable a faculty member to undertake collaborative humanities projects in partnership with community or other public organizations. Spring deadline is February 23, 4pm. For more information see here.
Summer Research Award. Three $7,000 awards for faculty members in Humanities, Fine Arts, and Social Sciences. Co-sponsored with the Office of the Vice President for Research. Deadline: March 2, 4pm. For more information see here.
Multidisciplinary Collaborative Networks. Gather a group of colleagues across disciplines for conversations about shared research and teaching, or plan for a Coor Collaborative Grant application. $750. Deadline: rolling. For more information see here.
Lattie F. Coor Programming Grants. Up to $2500 to support a public symposium, conference, or performance. For more information see here.
And for Your Students:
Humanities Center Undergraduate Summer Fellows. Two $5,000 awards to support an undergraduate scholarship and creative projects over the summer. Faculty supervisor receives $500 in PDF from the Humanities Center. For more information see here. Applications are submitted as SURF awards through the Fellowships, Opportunities, and Undergraduate Research--the portal is here.
With best wishes for a great semester,
Luis Vivanco and David Jenemann