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The Post Grant Training: NEH Summer Stipend & ACLS Fellowship | June 26 @ 2-4 pm

Grant Training: NEH Summer Stipend & ACLS Fellowship | June 26 @ 2-4 pm

Event Details:

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, June 26th @ 2-4 pm
  • Location: NEXUS Center, 3396 Gardner Commons
  • Participants: All U faculty & researchers are welcome
  • RSVP and Contact: Jenna Taylor, College Grant Writer
  • Hosted By: College of Humanities Office of Research

Boost your grant writing success for the NEH Summer Stipend and ACLS Fellowship competitions. Both of these funding programs support full-time research and writing on humanities and humanistic social sciences projects at any stage of development and are open to faculty at all career stages on or off the tenure track. They both afford recipients time to write, travel to archives, and/or conduct research and other project-related activities. The awarded funds may be used for your compensation, travel, and other costs related to the proposed scholarly work.

>>> Learn more about these funding opportunities and proven proposal writing strategies! All U faculty and researchers are invited to a 2-hour, in-person training on Wednesday, June 26th at 2-4 pm in the NEXUS Center (Gardner Commons room 3396) hosted by the College of Humanities Office of Research. Please RSVP by emailing Grant Writer Jenna Taylor.

NEH Summer Stipend supports full-time work on a project that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both. Awards $8000 for 2 consecutive months (any time of the year). Supports work leading to a book, monograph, peer-reviewed articles, e-book, digital resource, translation, critical edition, etc. Requires university nomination to apply (only applies to tenured or tenure-track applicants); non-tenure-track faculty, adjunct faculty, staff, and retired faculty are exempt from nomination. The internal competition to select the U’s nominee closes on 7/29/24. If selected, the NEH application is due in mid-September.

ACLS Fellowship supports full-time research and writing for projects at any stage of development in all disciplines of the humanities and interpretive social sciences. Awards $5000/month for 6-12 months. Supports a variety of scholarly works, including monographs, articles, publicly engaged humanities projects, digital research projects, critical editions, and other scholarly resources. This year they are again accepting applications from eligible scholars across all career stages, working on or off the tenure track. The competition is anticipated to open in early June and close in late September.

We look forward to seeing you there! For more information, click here to read the flyer or contact Jenna Taylor.