NEH Summer Stipend 2021 Nominations
The National Endowment for the Humanities 2021 Summer Stipend competition provides $6,000 in funding for two-months of full-time research in the humanities.
Go to the NEH Summer Stipend page for details and requirements.
Tenure-track faculty applicants must be nominated by their institution to be eligible. A committee formed by the University of Arkansas Humanities Center will evaluate proposals, provide feedback, and choose two nominees to be presented by Vice Chancellor for Research Daniel Sui.
For full consideration, applicants should provide the committee with their application narrative, bibliography, and resume by Sept. 1. Full applications are due to the NEH on Sept. 23.
To submit materials or for questions, please contact Tricia Starks, director of the University of Arkansas Humanities Center. Non-tenure track faculty do not need to go through the nomination process and may apply directly to NEH.
Tricia Starks, director
Arkansas Humanities Center
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