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Dear AAP Faculty Colleagues,
We interrupt your SUMMER SUNSHINE for an exciting message!
The UD CAS Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center (IHRC) will offer Fast-Track Grants for AAP faculty for courses taught in the Spring 2024 semester. We encourage applications from all disciplinary perspectives for courses that create pathways for students and faculty to engage the Humanities in key questions, topics, or projects; or in partnership with others (faculty, guests, organizations). The course need not be a designated humanities course. Beekeeping can engage storytelling, for example. Looking for ideas over the summer? Check past IHRC grants. The Core Concept focus of our colleagues at Delaware Humanities may also feed your creative and inquiring mind. Talk to past grantees! The inaugural grantees for the Fast-Track awards are Professors Moore and de Kramer (Spring 2023).
Proposed projects should:
Allowable costs for IHRC funding include:
Departmental in-kind support is required for:
Maximum award amount: $3,000. Grant expenditures are reimbursed by the IHRC.
Should you wish to apply, we encourage you to imagine and conceptualize over the summer. Beyond a written project narrative, the basic IHRC grant application has the following components:
IHRC PROPOSAL TEMPLATE: Submit a PDF, single-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman, that includes the following information and in this order:
CFP Category: [IHRC AAP Fast-Track Grant Theme]
Principal investigator(s) and team members and home department(s)/program(s):
Project description, including a brief description of interdisciplinary collaboration:
Humanities engaged by the course, research, and/or project:
Potential significance and impact of the project including the possible learning outcomes to emerge from the project:
Primary target audience and possible existing course partnerships:
Timeline for course delivery: Spring 2024
Course name, number and cross-listed departments (if applicable):
Budget proposal (please itemize according to projected expenses and confirm that budget estimates are informed by existing UD standards and cost structures for compensation.)
Simple Excel worksheet most welcome but not required.
Please Note: The itemized budget and its rationale are among the most important considerations for grant reviewers and grant success. How will these expenditures support the ideas you have for the course project? Make this clear for the reviewers.
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