Notable Lecture Grant Application

Applications due by November 2, 2017

ABOUT: Faculty, graduate students and undergraduates are invited to apply for grants to support speakers of pre-eminent interdisciplinary reputation for interdisciplinary scholarship,   whose presence on campus will both promote the humanities and  contribute broadly to the intellectual community. (Applications for  support of other speakers may be made under the Glasscock Center’s  Co-sponsorship Grant Program.) No single award will exceed  $5,000. Funds may be used toward honoraria (up to $1,500 per person),  travel expenses of the participant(s), publicity costs, technical  expenses, and rental of space. No more than $2,500 will be provided to  support speakers at meetings of professional organizations or societies.   Applicants are expected to seek funding from other sources besides the   Glasscock Center. Potential applicants are urged to discuss their  proposals in advance with a member of the Glasscock Center Advisory Committee.

ELIGIBILITY: Applicants should verify that their event does  not conflict with the dates of major Center events by checking with our  web calendar prior to the submission of an application (the Center will  not fund events that conflict with our Book Prize Lecture, Buttrill  Ethics Lecture, or other major symposia or lectures). In order to be  eligible for funding, events must be free and open to the public.  Preference may be given to individuals who have not received funding  under this program in the last two years and to events held on the Texas  A&M University campus. Requests to support events scheduled for the semester in which application is made will not be considered.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS:

Attach a current c.v. (or equivalent documentation) for the proposed speaker to the application.

Applications will be considered incomplete until all information has been received, at which time an e-mail confirming receipt will be sent to you.

APPLICATION DEADLINES:
Thursday, November 2, 2017, 5 p.m.
Thursday, April 12, 2018, 5 p.m.