A collection of news items about grants, scholarships, proposal writing, and other topics compiled by Jon Harrison, Funding Center Supervisor, MSU Libraries. For more information, visit the Grants and Related Resources web page or contact Jon Harrison at email@example.com
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The Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies invites applications to the 2012-2013 Humanities and Arts Research Program (HARP). Guidelines and instructions for proposal preparation can be found at the Grant Proposal System (GPS) website ( https://gps.vprgs.msu.edu ), and will not be available in paper form. Proposals are to be submitted electronically through the HARP GPS site. A notable change in the application process is the selection of your proposal category (Arts and Humanities or Creative and Performance). This selection will now be made on the GPS homepage prior to your login. If you have any questions after reviewing the HARP website, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 432-3773.
HARP provides internal funds to support faculty conducting important research, creative, and performance projects and activities in the arts and humanities. The limited funding is designed to support faculty for projects that seem likely to enhance the reputation of the faculty member and the University, where external funding is not generally available. Applications for projects that are eligible for external funding will be considered if funding is used to help garner such external funding.
While there are two components to HARP, we are currently requesting scholarship production applications. This is a subvention program whose purpose is to help subsidize the costs of book publication, permissions to use copyrighted materials, CD recording and production, the creation and mounting of exhibits, and other expenses associated with producing completed research or creative projects.
In order to respond nimbly to the immediate needs that these activities often require, the panels will review applications twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring semester. Funds will be available for an additional year after the fiscal year of the original funding allocation.
I encourage you to consider this program to support appropriate arts and humanities research, scholarship and creative endeavors. The submission deadlines can be found on the HARP GPS website.
Director of Interdisciplinary Research and Internal Grants
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