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Seed grant workshop to promote funding opportunities in the humanities

September 23, 2011

The Seed Grant Workshop, presented by the Institute for Humanities Research, is a chance to learn about our seed grant program, which provides support for projects that advance the transdisciplinary, collaborative, and issue-focused mission of the Institute and are sufficiently developed to be competitive for national grants.
This event will be held at noon, Sept. 29 at the Tempe campus’ Social Sciences building, room 109.
Seed grants funds are available for up to $12,000 for collaborative teams or $7,500 for individual researchers, and may be requested for the purpose of conducting research and developing proposals for submission to external funding agencies.

It is expected that within a year of support for planning and research, faculty will enhance the competitive nature of their grant proposals.

The deadline for submitting seed grant applications to the IHR is Monday, Oct. 24, at 11:59 p.m.

Every year the IHR offers dozens of collaborative, interdisciplinary research funding and advancement opportunities.

The Institute for Humanities Research in ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was established in 2005. It has taken the lead in promoting excellence and innovation in humanities scholarship by contributing to scholarly research that addresses socially significant issues and engaging the community. More information is available at or 480-965-3000.

Kirsten Keane,