Faculty Success Seminar: Exploring Humanities Funding Opportunities Oct. 30
October 24, 2019
Join the Research and Faculty Development team 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, in IRIC 305 to learn about exploring Humanities funding opportunities. This session highlights experiences and projects of College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences faculty members who have received external funding for scholarly and creative work in the humanities. In particular, the session will highlight the panelists' diverse projects and experiences applying for funding through Guggenheim, Fulbright, Whiting, NEH and Idaho Humanities Council. Panelists include Dale Graden, history; Rachel Halverson, modern languages and cultures; and Rebecca Scofield, history.
The academic year schedule for the Faculty Success Seminars is available online.
These one-hour seminars will deliver information to enhance the competitiveness of proposals seeking funding to support research and scholarly efforts. Seminars will take place on Wednesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in IRIC 305 (see schedule for exact dates) and will also be connected to other U of I centers via Zoom.
All seminars are open to faculty members, postdocs and graduate students, and they will be recorded.
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