Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

For College of Arts and Sciences Faculty

The Office of Sponsored Projects shares opportunities that support Arts and Sciences faculty research.

These are highly competitive and interested faculty are encouraged to contact Sarah Bricknell to ensure your research is a good match for the funder's priorities.

Questions? Contact

Sarah Bricknell, MBA, Sponsored Research Officer
Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP)
Email

Opportunities: Fixed Deadlines

Association for the Sociology of Religion - Fichter Research Grant – February 1, 2022 deadline

Fichter Research Grants are awarded annually by ASR to members of the Association involved in promising sociological research on women in religion or on the intersection between religion and gender or religion and sexualities.  The proposed research must be sociological in nature but applicants come from a variety of disciplines.  Applicants must also be members of the Association for the Sociology of Religion at the time of application.

NEA Grants for Arts Projects – February 11, 2022 deadline

These grants support artistically excellent projects that celebrate our creativity and cultural heritage, invite mutual respect for differing beliefs and values, and enrich humanity. Cost share/matching grants generally range from $10,000 to $100,000. A minimum cost share/match equal to the grant amount is required.

NEH Summer Institutes for Higher Education Faculty – February 15, 2022 deadline

This NEH program provides higher education faculty across the nation the opportunity to broaden and deepen their engagement with the humanities.  The one- to four-week professional development programs allow participants to explore recent developments in scholarship, teaching, and/or curriculum through study of a variety of humanities topics. Seminars provide a focused environment in which sixteen participants study a specific humanities topic under the guidance of established scholars.  Seminars have few, if any, visiting faculty.  Seminars emphasize sustained interaction among the participants and project director(s) through discussion of common readings and conversations about scholarship and teaching.  Substantial time is made available for reflection, work on independent or collaborative projects, and related advising. Institutes allow twenty-five to thirty-six participants to study a humanities topic with a team of experienced scholars.  Institutes typically have more meeting time than seminars.  Project leaders and participants mutually explore connections between scholarship and teaching.  Some time is reserved for work on individual or collaborative projects. 

Department of Education - Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Program  - expected March deadline

This program provides funds to plan, develop, and carry out programs to strengthen and improve undergraduate instruction in international studies and foreign languages.

NEA Creative Writing Fellowships – expected March deadline

The National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowships program offers $25,000 grants in prose (fiction and creative nonfiction) and poetry to published creative writers that enable recipients to set aside time for writing, research, travel, and general career advancement. The program operates on a two-year cycle with fellowships in prose and poetry available in alternating years. For FY2023 (March 2022 deadline) fellowships in poetry are available and guidelines will be available in January 2022.

Opportunities: Rolling Deadlines

Though your professional organizations and colleagues, have you learned of a funding opportunity that isn’t listed? If you have a potential funding/sponsorship opportunity to share with our community, please complete the information below. Sarah Bricknell will review the funder and contact you with any questions. Thank you for sharing and helping to build our database of funding opportunities.