Regency Suite, Nebraska Union (1400 R St.) | Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 | 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
The National Endowment for the Humanities and UNL are partnering to host a grants and fellowships application writing workshop for faculty, staff and students and other individuals interested in pursuing grant funding for humanities programs on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014. The workshop, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Regency Suite at the Nebraska Union, 1400 R St. UNL’s College of Arts and Sciences and Office of Research and Economic Development are co-hosting the event.
NEH Â– one of the nation’s largest humanities funders Â– offers a range of grant opportunities developed to advance knowledge in all humanities fields, including:
- research grants for individuals and groups of collaborators;
- education grants in the form of summer seminars and institutes to promote research and advanced training for teachers at the secondary and postsecondary levels;
- preservation and access grants to conserve and make available important humanities collections;
- public programs awards that support exhibitions and documentaries aimed at the general public;
- challenge grants that provide matching funds for building and endowment projects; and
- opportunities in the digital humanities involving the application of technology to humanities topics.
NEH grants typically are awarded to cultural institutions, such as museums, archives, libraries, colleges, universities, public television and radio stations and individual scholars.
The workshop will include an overview of NEH grant programs and special initiatives, feature information about NEH grant and fellowship application writing strategies, and demystify the application review process. Participants also will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session with the workshop presenter Stefanie Walker, a senior program officer in the NEH Division of Research Programs.
About the Presenter
Stefanie Walker, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in art history from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts in 1994. Since 2009, she has served as senior program officer in the NEH Division of Research Programs.
The half-day workshop is scheduled for the morning of Thursday, Feb. 27:
The workshop is free and open to the public. However, seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register now for the NEH grants and fellowships application writing workshop.
Directions and Parking
The Nebraska Union is located at the corner of 14th and R streets. Click here to access maps showing the location of the Nebraska Union within the city of Lincoln and a map of meeting rooms within the facility.
Click here for a map of UNL’s City Campus that highlights parking locations for UNL faculty, staff and students who have UNL parking permits.
Guests and visitors without UNL parking permits may park in one of the nearby City of Lincoln parking garages at their posted rates. The Larson Building and Garage at 13th and P streets is two blocks south of the Nebraska Union.
For additional information regarding the NEH grants and fellowships application writing workshop at UNL, please contact Sunil Narumalani, associate dean for research in the UNL College of Arts and Sciences, (402) 472-2891, or Nathan Meier, director of research strategy in the UNL Office of Research and Economic Development, (402) 472-3902. To improve your application writing skills, you may order original admission essays at eduwritings.