Fellows and Grant Recipients

The Glasscock Center supports research that advances knowledge through investigation, inquiry, and interpretation of human experience, culture, and expressive forms. Humanities research may be grounded in traditional humanities disciplines and methods, interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary research, and non-humanities or technical disciplines which clearly foreground interpretive approaches to questions of meaning in human experiences and endeavors.

Faculty Awardees

Buttrill Ethics Curriculum Enhancement Grant

Collaborative Grant-Writing Competition (Previously Glasscock Collaborative Grant)

Faculty Directors for Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program

Glasscock Faculty Research Fellowship

Glasscock Internal Faculty Residential Fellows

Glasscock Three-Year Seminars

Non-tenure Track Faculty Research Fellows

Publication Support Grant


Graduate Student Awardees

Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Award

Glasscock Graduate Research Fellowship

Graduate Research Matching Grant


Undergraduate Student Awardees

Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program