FHI Grants Workshop: NEH and Junior Faculty

FHI Grants Workshop: NEH and Junior Faculty

We all know there is grant funding out there to help support and foster the research that faculty are driven to pursue. But how does a junior faculty member even begin the arduous journey towards obtaining grant funding? What are some strategies to make this process easier and achievable? How do you identify the grants that fit your project best? Join Duke Prof.'s Sarah Beckwith (English), Philip Rupprecht (Music), and Duke Assoc. Prof. Louise Meintjes (Music) for a frank and informative discussion on how to get the grant awards that you want. Moderated by Dean of the Humanities Gennifer Weisenfeld and Prof. Deborah Jenson. The FHI appointed Joseph McNicholas as its first Director of Research Opportunities. The DoRO focuses on pre-award administrative and programmatic facets of large-scale interdisciplinary humanities sponsored research activities related to the FHI. The position also plays a key role in supporting and coordinating complex proposal projects across Duke University’s Humanities, Arts, and Interpretive Social Science departments, including collaborative opportunities with other schools, University Institutes, and units at Duke and beyond.

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