Digital Humanities Travel Grants

Digital Humanities Travel Grants provide KU faculty members, academic staff, and graduate students with up to $1,000 in financial support for domestic or international travel undertaken in order to: 1) conduct research for a digital humanities project, 2) present on digital humanities research at an academic conference, OR  3) participate in a digital humanities professional…

Grant Writing Seminar

Grant Writing Seminar   Tuesday, Oct. 15, 5:30-7:30 KU Edwards Campus, Regnier Hall, Room 165 12610 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, KS 66213   Join Ashley Carlson and Marilyn Ortega from KU’s Hall Center for the Humanities Research & Grant Development Office to learn how to develop grant applications. Learn where to find state, federal and…

Graduate Student Workshop | National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships September 4, 2019 12:00 – 1:00 pm Jayhawk Room, Kansas Union This workshop presents information on the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program and how to apply to it. The Fellowship funds graduate students for three years, supporting individuals in areas of social science, some humanities fields, science, technology, engineering,…

Developing Clear and Compelling Applications – Humanities Grant Development Workshops

December 6 – 12:00-1:00 Developing Clear and Compelling Applications Register: tinyurl.com/hallstu2 The Hall Center for the Humanities is offering an introductory grant development workshop series for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. These brown bag sessions will take place at the Hall Center. Contact HGDO@ku.edu with questions and sign up online.

Graduate Student Grant Development Coaching – Humanities Grant Development Office

The Hall Center is offering small group coaching sessions for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. Participants are invited to bring grant applications and materials to workshop with peers and staff. These brown bag sessions will take place at the Hall Center. Contact HGDO@ku.edu with questions and sign up online.

NSF Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDIGs/DDRIGs) Workshop

This workshop presents information on the National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants and how to apply for them. These grants help doctoral students in social, behavioral, and economic sciences to improve their dissertation: for examples, to purchase items not normally available through the student’s university, to undertake significant data-gathering projects, or to conduct field research…

Graduate Student Grant Development Coaching – Humanities Grant Development Office

The Hall Center is offering small group coaching sessions for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. Participants are invited to bring grant applications and materials to workshop with peers and staff. These brown bag sessions will take place at the Hall Center. Contact HGDO@ku.edu with questions and sign up online.

Finding Funding, Preparing Your Approach – Humanities Grant Development Workshops

October 3- 12:00-1:00 Finding Funding, Preparing Your Approach Register: tinyurl.com/hallstu1 The Hall Center for the Humanities is offering an introductory grant development workshop series for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. These brown bag sessions will take place at the Hall Center. Contact HGDO@ku.edu with questions and sign up online.