Arts and Humanities Research Support Informational Meeting
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Arts and Humanities Research Support
Informational meeting - Oct. 3, 2022
LOIs due Oct. 28, 2022
The Office of the Vice President for Research is pleased to announce the sixteenth year of Arts and Humanities Research Support for research, creative, and scholarly projects that engage the arts, design, and/or humanities in carrying out the university's research mission. Proposed projects should lay the foundation for further work beyond the award end date. If appropriate, the proposed projects should also result in external funding, such as a fellowship award, commission or grant to continue or expand the project. Funds can support research personnel, access to hard‐to‐find documents, materials, equipment, travel, and supplemental summer salary. Requests for course buyouts and summer salary supplements must be approved by the applicant's college with summer salary supplements capped at one month for one summer.
- Extend the reach of creative projects to underserved populations
- Investigate cultural expression through the humanities and/or the arts and design
- Transform cultural, economic or social attitudes and expectations
- Build community knowledge and appreciation of the arts, design, and/or humanities
- Involve non‐traditional visual, multimodal, and print culture project
- Explore components of artistic and cultural literacy
- Document and/or preserve important works of art and culture
- Support creative activity based in the humanities
- Advance the use of technology in arts, design and/or humanities
- Develop relevant leadership and entrepreneurship in arts, design, or the humanities
- Promote new knowledge, bridge disciplines, and/or address important social and cultural issues in design
- Examine or impact new developments in popular culture, new media and/or entertainment
- Make connections between arts, design, and/or humanities and other disciplines or interdisciplinary fields
The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) will host an informational meeting on October 3, 2021, from 11 to 12 p.m., via Zoom to allow those interested in applying to share project ideas and ask questions about the review process. Potential applicants are highly encouraged to attend. View past award recipients HERE.
Letters of Intent and abbreviated CVs for the first phase of the competition are due through InfoReady no later than midnight on October 28, 2022. Visit the InfoReady website for more information and to submit a Letter of Intent.