Inspired by a conversation with humanities faculty at the Scholarship Workshop before break, the Office of Sponsored Programs and the College of Arts & Sciences will host a lunch on Friday, February 7 from 12:00-2:00 p.m. in Science Hall Room 1017 to discuss how we can best support the scholarship of faculty pursuing humanities-oriented scholarship.
Past grant recipients will have the opportunity to discuss their reasons for applying, secrets of success and how receiving grants has benefited them. We will review internal mechanisms, a range of external funding mechanisms and discuss how we can best support humanities-focused scholarship now and in the years to come.
We know the time won’t work for everyone but if it can fit in your schedule, we hope you will consider joining our conversation.
Please click here to RSVP by January 31. If you cannot make it but have thoughts you would like to share on the topic, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Tom Chambers, Mary Ann Langlois or Jennifer Lodi-Smith, at any time.
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Submitted by: Jennifer Lodi-Smith, interim assistant vice president, Academic Affairs; associate professor, Psychology; Mary Ann Langlois, director, Sponsored Programs; Tom Chambers, dean, College of Arts & Sciences