Posted February 3, 2023 by Ashley Washburn
The Office of Research and Economic Development is hosting a virtual information session Feb. 8, noon to 1 p.m., to provide an overview of the Arts and Humanities Research Enhancement Program. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.
Participants will learn tips for developing their application and hear from a panel of recent awardees about how they approached the application process. During a Q&A session, faculty can inquire about the funding opportunity and the application requirements.
March 6 is the next application deadline for the program, designed to foster research, scholarship and creative activity in the arts and humanities to support excellence in these disciplines. ORED supports awards of up to $15,000 to help faculty achieve short-term goals that, in turn, increase their competitiveness for external grants and/or increase the societal impact of their work, ultimately setting the stage for larger projects.
Details about the program and other internal funding opportunities are available on the Internal Funding Opportunities webpage.
For more questions, contact Jen Nelson, assistant vice chancellor for research.