This fellowship is for a two-year period (2019-21) and provides funding for 75% of full salary during the 2019-20 sabbatical year, followed by a $2,000 research support fund, one course release, and an event budget of up to $15,000 for organizing interdisciplinary Humanities Center activities during the 2020-21 academic year. Applicants must be tenured members of the faculty who are already eligible for a sabbatical in 2019-20. All faculty whose research and programming plans focus on the humanities and humanistic social sciences are eligible to apply for the award regardless of departmental affiliation.
Applications are due Sept. 24, 2018View detailed guidelines and the online application form
Humanities Center Mellon Research Fellowships are intended to enable faculty-student research teams to conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in the humanities during the regular academic year. The program is designed to support projects focused on humanistic inquiry and involving faculty-student teams of two to five participants from at least two disciplines. The award provides each student researcher with a $2,500 fellowship for at least 20 weeks of work during the academic year, and each faculty member with $2,000 in research funds.
Applications are due Sept. 24, 2018View detailed guidelines and application instructions
High-Impact teaching grants of up to $1,500 are provided by the Humanities Center to allow faculty to experiment with collaborative course-related activities that are not typical or not fully covered by any other campus resource. All faculty members currently teaching a course in the humanities or humanistic social sciences are eligible to apply for these high-impact teaching grants regardless of departmental affiliation.
Proposals due on a rolling basis, between July 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019
Funding for Fall 2018 is exhausted but is still available for Spring 2019.View detailed guidelines and application instructions
The Bucknell Humanities Center offers grants of up to $1500 per project to support first- and second-year students who endeavor to engage in non-credit bearing collaborative research projects in the humanities. Funded projects must involve a student, who must be currently enrolled in or have taken previously at least one course in the humanities.
Proposals accepted on a rolling basis, between Sept. 1, 2018 and April 30, 2019View detailed guidelines and the online application form
The Humanities Center offers grants of up to $1,500 to assist faculty to engage in short-term research-related activities that are not fully covered by any other campus resource. Such activities may include, but are not limited to, research-related trips to archives, libraries, or museums; purchasing books or software that is not available on campus; meeting with research collaborators; or any other worthwhile, potentially high-impact short-term research activities that require a budget and will lead to scholarly results that can be specified. All tenured and tenure-track faculty members whose research focuses on the humanities or humanistic social sciences are eligible to apply.
Proposals due Sept. 24, 2018
View detailed guidelines and application instructions
Humanities Center Faculty Research Fellowships
Humanities Center Faculty Research Fellowships are intended to provide faculty in the humanities with the resources needed to support and enhance ongoing research leading to publication in peer-reviewed venues (print and/or digital). For one academic year, the fellowship provides an award of $6000, which must be taken as a reimbursable account for research-related expenses, not as a stipend.
Funding not available until 2019-20.
This grant supports a small group or "lab" of faculty and students for four to eight weeks over the summer, who work collaboratively to research and design a new humanities seminar in the research area of the faculty leader(s). During the subsequent academic year (AY 2019-20), the student(s) can then act as seminar "co-leaders" when the course is offered. Each faculty member will be provided with a $5000 stipend for planning and implementing the summer lab. Each student will be provided with up to $3000 in funding and on-campus housing for participating in the summer lab. Additional hourly funds are available for students serving as seminar "co-leaders" in the following academic year when the course is offered.
Application information coming soon.