Funding

Funding

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$3.8m
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Grants awarded for cross-disciplinary research and A+H interventions
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$800k
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Mentoring and cross-disciplinary research support for students
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45%
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Grants invested in amplifying community-engaged projects
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The Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme has recommitted the university to the specific importance of the humanities and the arts to understanding, representing and addressing global concerns and pressing social issues and to creating a diverse, engaged research and learning community. In addition to the $2.5 million commitment in one-time cash to support grants and programming for a five-year period (2015-2020), the Global Arts + Humanities has increased the percentage of its permanent, annual rate funding of $2.5 million earmarked for the hiring of tenure-track faculty and development of programming to fund several of the following open grants competitions and fellowship opportunities.


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Current opportunities

Note: Due to the unique circumstances of COVID-19, some of the funding opportunities below are currently on hold, as indicated.

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APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 15, 2022


The Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme will award up to eight academic-year, residential fellowships to faculty currently employed by Ohio State. These fellowships are designed to provide faculty with release time to focus on their scholarly and artistic work, as well as with opportunities to engage with other Ohio State faculty, students and local Columbus community organizations. Fellows will participate in a biweekly seminar throughout the academic year and co-organize a culminating public-facing event (symposium, exhibition, series of workshops, etc.). Fellows will be provided administrative support for event planning. Faculty from all disciplines, in any college, whose research foregrounds arts and humanities methods, orientations and interventions may apply. Faculty whose research and/or creative practices are interdisciplinary in orientation or whose projects would benefit from input from multi-disciplinary engagement are especially welcome.


2022-23 Theme | Archival Imaginations

Archival Imaginations defines the concept of the “archive” as a mode of inquiry, invention and knowledge production. Archival Imaginations asks how the study of existing, emergent or imagined archives can help us to better understand critical societal challenges. In this context, “critical” can mean urgent, pressing or necessary, but it also points to a methodological orientation or process of invention that focuses on how contingent historical processes, embodied knowledges and forms, and struggles over meaning shape present understandings. To read more about Archival Imaginations, download the full call below.


Eligibility and Release Time

Associate and full professors on all Ohio State campuses are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to associate professors for whom this support would facilitate promotion to full professor. Assistant professors who will have passed their fourth-year review at the start of the fellowship period are also eligible.

Faculty must commit to being in attendance on the Columbus campus during the fellowship period so that they can participate fully in the biweekly seminar and contribute to the planning and implementation of the culminating public event.

During the fellowship period, and in accordance with college policy, faculty participating in the Society of Fellows will receive a two-course buyout, equivalent to 32% base salary and benefits. The GAHDT will transfer these funds to the faculty member’s TIU. TIU heads will work with the faculty member to reduce service responsibilities in accordance with college guidelines and in line with unit needs. The fellowship may be taken concurrently with an Ohio State Faculty Professional Leave (subject to OAA approval). In such cases, the 32% release funds will be used to fund a special assignment with no teaching that may be combined with a one-semester FPL.

In addition to the release funds as indicated above, fellows will also receive $4,000 in research funds to be used during the fellowship year (and no later than August 30, 2023).


Supplemental Mentoring Appointment

This year, we hope to appoint two SOF faculty fellows as mentors to work with SOF undergraduate research apprenticeship recipients. In addition to a two-course release and $4,000 research stipend as a SOF faculty fellow, the faculty mentor will receive an additional $5,000 supplemental pay. The faculty mentor will support apprenticeship recipients in developing their own research and/or creative project with administrative help from GAHDT staff. We expect to offer eight-to-ten awards. The mentoring program includes seven (90-minute) meetings across the year. NOTE: Given the uncertain future impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, these meetings may be modified to a hybrid or remote format consistent with university mandates and guidelines and will practice all social-distancing and other safe campus protocols. Grant recipients must share a final public project that showcases their fellowship work as a web-based deliverable for GAHDT’s website (in collaboration with Communications Specialist Breanne LeJeune and the faculty mentor).

Applicants interested in a supplemental student mentoring appointment should indicate interest by checking the appropriate box on the application form.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 15, 2022


Independent- and academically-affiliated scholars and artists may apply for two-semester, nine-month Society of Fellows residencies for autumn 2022 and spring 2023. Scholars and artists are expected to work on their own scholarly, artistic, advocacy and/or policy-oriented work, as well as to engage Ohio State faculty, students and local Columbus community organizations by participating in a monthly seminar with other fellows and organizing a culminating public-facing event with other fellows (symposium, exhibition, series of workshops, etc.). Fellows will be provided administrative support for event planning. They will be expected to teach one undergraduate course during the spring semester of 2023.

Independent artists may work on pursuing an aspect of creative leadership, professional development and/or research towards a project that engages the annual theme Archival Imaginations. The residency does not support production or exhibition and does require teaching and participation in an interdisciplinary seminar with the other fellows.


2022-23 Theme | Archival Imaginations

Archival Imaginations defines the concept of the “archive” as a mode of inquiry, invention and knowledge production. Archival Imaginations asks how the study of existing, emergent or imagined archives can help us to better understand critical societal challenges. In this context, “critical” can mean urgent, pressing or necessary, but it also points to a methodological orientation or process of invention that focuses on how contingent historical processes, embodied knowledges and forms, and struggles over meaning shape present understandings. To read more about Archival Imaginations, download the full call below.


Salary and Benefits

Fellows in residence for two semesters during the academic year will receive $60,000 in salary plus benefits and a $4,000 professional development fund. Ohio State will cover expenses related to obtaining a visa, if needed. Ohio State will provide the resident access to a shared office space as well as library privileges and access to Ohio State instructional resources.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 15, 2022


What does it mean to be a Graduate Team Fellow?

In addition to focusing on their own research (as mentored by their department faculty advisor), Graduate Team Fellows convene as a cohort in order to support each other’s evolving research, to develop cross-disciplinary methodologies and to generate a collective, public-facing project (like a podcast, website or conference presentation). In this work, Graduate Team Fellows will be mentored by one of our GAHDT Faculty Fellows with expertise in cross-disciplinary arts and humanities methods and practices.


2022-23 Theme | Archival Imaginations

Archival Imaginations defines the concept of the “archive” as a mode of inquiry, invention and knowledge production. Archival Imaginations asks how the study of existing, emergent or imagined archives can help us to better understand critical societal challenges. In this context, “critical” can mean urgent, pressing or necessary, but it also points to a methodological orientation or process of invention that focuses on how contingent historical processes, embodied knowledges and forms, and struggles over meaning shape present understandings.

To read more about Archival Imaginations, download the full call below.


Award Conditions

The GAHDT Graduate Team Discovery Fellowship offers three consecutive semesters (autumn, spring, summer) of tuition and fees and a monthly stipend of $ $2,535. The award includes travel and research support up to $500. Support also includes payment of general/instructional fees, tuition, and any learning/technology fee. Special fees, such as COTA, recreational facility, Student Union and study activity fees are not included. Graduate Team Fellows may not hold any other type of employment or appointment during the time of the fellowship.


Eligibility

  1. Must be a doctoral student or student in a three-year terminal degree program (e.g., MFA) in the Division of Arts and Humanities of the College of Arts and Sciences.
  2. Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.6 for all Ohio State graduate courses.

Fellowship Obligations

The Graduate Team Discovery Fellowship Program requires Graduate Team Fellows to meet with each other and an assigned faculty mentor once a month during the semester to help advance cross-disciplinary understandings and to contribute to the GAHDT. Fellows will be able to identify their own individual contribution to the team in consultation with the GAHDT-assigned faculty mentor. This contribution may include (but is not limited to) research presentations in a format of their choosing or the organization of related campus events or the creation of public-facing projects. Graduate Team Fellows are required to apply for extramural (non-Ohio State) funding during the fellowship period and will be guided through this process by a faculty mentor.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 15, 2022


Global Arts + Humanities’ Society of Fellows Undergraduate Research Apprenticeships is a competitive research program that provides up to ten upper-level undergraduates the opportunity to be mentored through multidisciplinary approaches to the study of an annual theme, to build an intellectual cohort around the theme, and to produce research/creative responses to inquiries impelled by these engagements.

We invite current Ohio State undergraduate students (juniors and seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0) from all majors/campuses with an interest in this area to apply. Note that priority will be given to students in the arts and humanities or those bringing a humanistic perspective to their research. Students must be able to articulate a strong interest in any dimension of this subject area as well as a research/creative project they would like to develop when applying for the grant. The program carries with it a total stipend of $2,400 (for 200 hours of research x $12 per hour) to support research and/or creative project-related endeavors from August 2022-April 2023. Funds will be disbursed on a bi-weekly schedule. This program does not carry formal academic credit.


2022-23 Theme | Archival Imaginations

Archival Imaginations defines the concept of the “archive” as a mode of inquiry, invention and knowledge production. Archival Imaginations asks how the study of existing, emergent or imagined archives can help us to better understand critical societal challenges. In this context, “critical” can mean urgent, pressing or necessary, but it also points to a methodological orientation or process of invention that focuses on how contingent historical processes, embodied knowledges and forms, and struggles over meaning shape present understandings. To read more about Archival Imaginations, download the full call below.


Apprenticeship Requirements

  1. Award recipients will develop their own research and creative project and be mentored through the fellowship year by a GAHDT Faculty Fellow. Apprentices are obligated to attend several group mentoring sessions during the academic year (NOTE: Given the uncertain future impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, these meetings may be modified to a hybrid or remote format, consistent with university mandates and guidelines and will practice all social distancing and other safe campus protocols).
  2. In addition to attending seven (90-minute) group mentoring sessions, apprentices must attend three of the Society of Fellows Digital Dialogues during the academic year. Apprentices must share a final public project in the form of a web-based deliverable for the GAHDT website (in coordination with Communications Coordinator, Breanne LeJeune and the Faculty Mentor). A tentative timeline of research obligations: Initial research proposal due in October 2022 research outline due in early December 2022; midterm research progress report due in February 2022; and final research project due in April 2023.

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APPLICATION DEADLINE
March 1, 2022


Global Arts + Humanities Faculty Fellows act as thought partners and advocates, ensuring the advancement of GAHDT’s mission, goals and diversity. Faculty fellows report to Professor Wendy S. Hesford, the GAHDT faculty director, and they work closely with the GAHDT leadership team and advisory committee to advise on initiatives.

GAHDT seeks to hire two faculty fellows for 2022-23: one with expertise in cross-disciplinary humanities and the other with expertise in cross-disciplinary arts.


Qualifications

Faculty fellows must be tenured faculty members on the Columbus campus who have a demonstrated record in cross-disciplinary research, teaching and/or community outreach in the arts and humanities and whose research and practices are grounded in humanistic and/or collaborative inquiry. Preference will be given to faculty with administrative experience in strategic planning, development and implementation of cross-disciplinary initiatives. Faculty should indicate which of the two positions (humanities or arts) they are applying to when submitting their applications via the GAHDT web portal.


Terms of Appointment

Faculty fellows will receive a one-course buyout equivalent to 12% base salary and benefits and summer funding equivalent to an additional ninth of their base salary. The GAHDT will transfer these funds to the faculty member’s TIU. TIU heads will work with the faculty member to reduce service responsibilities in accordance with college guidelines and in line with unit needs. Faculty fellows will be appointed to a one-year term that is anticipated to start no later than August 15, 2022. Faculty fellows are expected to be on duty on campus for at least one month in the summer of 2023.


Scope of Appointment

Working with the faculty director and GAHDT Advisory Committee, faculty fellows are responsible for a variety of academic, administrative and outreach duties including:

  • Advising the GAHDT leadership team on priorities for advancing cross-disciplinary arts and humanities initiatives, including review of undergraduate, graduate and faculty grants.
  • Identifying gaps and opportunities in GAHDT to increase its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Co-mentoring GAHDT’s 2022-23 Society of Fellows Graduate Team Fellows cohort. This program requires graduate fellows to meet with each other and the faculty mentors once a month during the academic year to advance cross-disciplinary understandings. In addition to sharing in-process research, graduate fellows are required to apply for extramural funding and/ or professional development opportunities during the period of the fellowship and will be guided through this process by the faculty mentors.
  • Coordinate with GAHDT leadership to organize and facilitate at least one public-facing, cross-disciplinary methods event during the academic year.
  • Consult with the GAHDT faculty director on the coordination of the Society of Fellows program, including the bi-weekly seminar, SOF Digital Dialogues series and culminating year-end event.

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APPLICATION DEADLINE
March 1, 2022


To advance the mission, goals, and diversity of the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme by engaging artists and designers across the university in the creation of new, impactful, arts-led research and creative work. This call aims to seed cross-disciplinary and collaborative creative responses at the intersections of the arts, technology, and social change. Technological advances and their broad applications have had a profound impact on almost every aspect of human culture, including the arts. Increasingly, the tools that promise liberatory innovations, democratic access, connectivity, and economic growth are the same ones that may serve to exclude, marginalize, and reiterate structural inequities and asymmetric power relations.

GAHDT invites proposals that grapple with both the challenges and opportunities of technology Tech-centered arts or arts that address technology that yield new and alternative practices, processes, applications, as well as imaginings that advance inclusion and equity are particularly welcome. This award is available to all arts practitioners across the university working in all mediums, including (but not limited to) conceptual, installation, music, video, performance, dance, theater, drawing, painting, prints, text, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, data science, advanced and emerging technologies (robotics, AI, augmented reality, high-performance computing) and photography.


Priority Consideration

Priority consideration will be given to individuals and projects that have not yet been supported by the GAHDT. Proposal teams whose composition reflects interdisciplinary breadth will also be prioritized.


Eligibility

Faculty (including lecturers) and staff can apply. Proposals must be submitted by teams of two or more collaborators. A tenure-track faculty team leader or PI from an arts or arts affiliated unit in the College of Arts and Sciences (Art, Arts Administration, Education and Policy, Dance, Design, History of Art, Music, or Theatre, Film, and Media Arts) must be identified. If the project involves human subjects research, all collaborators should have PI status through the Office of Research, and the proposal must include verification that IRB approval has been (or is being) sought.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
March 1, 2022


To advance the mission, goals, and diversity of the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme by enhancing the professional development of graduate students (PhD and MFA) through their collaboration in cross-disciplinary research, educational programming and community-engagement initiatives in the arts and humanities.

These Graduate Professional Development positions aim to:

  • Embed graduate students in humanities and arts MFA or PhD programs in university entities or initiatives involved in cross-disciplinary research/creative work to facilitate the student’s professional development.
  • Establish a mentoring framework that will guide the student’s engagement, illustrate best practices and thresholds for achievement and hone praxis-based skills.

Award Conditions

  1. 1Proposals may request funding for a Graduate Professional Research Associate position at 25% for one-to-three semesters, beginning summer 2022 or autumn 2022. Aligned with Graduate Research Associateships, these positions will follow the same guidance and policies established by the Graduate School (Section 9.2, Terms of Appointment, Reappointment, or Termination). The university establishes a minimum stipend for GRAs of $5,320 for a semester-long, 25% appointment with an average load of ten hours per week over the duration of the appointment period. Graduate Professional Research Associates may not hold an appointment for more than 75% time as a combination of appointments. GAHDT will cover 50% tuition and fees associated with a 25% appointment if the candidate holds no other appointments.
  2. These positions may be distributed across one-to-three semesters. Hiring units must undertake their own searches to make these appointments. The search should include a detailed description of 1) The roles/tasks that the graduate student will undertake as part of their contribution to the relevant project, 2) How the role will contribute to their professional development, and 3) The types of mentorship that will be made available.

Eligibility

Department, center, institute or program chairs and directors may apply for these grants to advance existing or new cross-disciplinary initiatives. Graduate students are not eligible to apply for these awards directly. Previously funded GAHDT projects that have identified new opportunities for graduate student professional development are eligible to apply for these funds.


Priority Consideration

Priority consideration will be given to new and ongoing projects with sustainable programmatic and/ or curricular alignments supporting and integrating cross-disciplinary education, outreach and research opportunities across the arts and humanities.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
March 1, 2022


Faculty are invited to submit proposals for a Discovery Field School Grant. Field schools are faculty-led, interdisciplinary, experiential-learning programs offered as one-credit undergraduate courses that take students to domestic destinations to learn about the transformational value of the humanities and the arts. By immersing students in learning environments, field schools aim to close the gap between knowing and doing. This round of grants is for field schools implemented either during autumn 2022 or spring 2023. If course offerings are impacted by COVID-19, GAHDT will work with grant awardees on a case-by-case basis to reschedule.

Renewable annual grants of up to $15,000 will be awarded for field schools that further the declared purposes of the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme to:

  • Deepen student cross-disciplinary engagement and experiential learning in the arts and humanities.
  • Demonstrate the value of the arts and humanities to address critical societal challenges.
  • Empower faculty and students to contribute to society as change agents.

Faculty Leaders

Discovery Field Schools are led by tenure-track faculty. Lecturers, postdoctoral researchers and staff may co-lead a field school as long as the primary leader is a tenure-track faculty member. It is expected that an approved field school will be offered two times over a period of three years. Lecturers interested in proposing a field school must be on a multi-year contract so as to fulfill this obligation. Each field school is approved with the understanding that approval is attached to the individual faculty member or pair of faculty members leading the field school. If the field school is to be offered with a different instructor(s) or for an additional cycle, it must be resubmitted for funding approval.


Faculty Compensation

Faculty leaders are provided $2,500 in cash as research funds for the initial field school offering and $1,500 in cash as research funds for the second offering. If two faculty lead a field school, each leader will be provided $2,000 per the initial field school offering and $1,000 in research funds for the second time it is offered. This compensation is not part of the budget for the project.


Course Offering

Discovery Field Schools are offered during the autumn and spring semesters, with travel occurring during the semester the field school is offered. The immersive learning experience, including travel to and from the learning site, should last between three and seven days. Faculty are encouraged to schedule field schools to correspond with semester breaks to try to forestall students missing their regularly-scheduled courses. However, if a field school should require students to miss their other classes, GAHDT will provide an official letter for students to share with their instructors to excuse them from classes during the field school.


Course Requirements

Discovery Field Schools have three core components: 1) A pre-travel assignment designed to prepare students for their immersive-learning experience; 2) A three-to-seven day travel experience; and 3) A post-travel assignment designed to prompt students to reflect deeply on their immersive-learning experience. All assignments should be commensurate with a one-credit course.


Course Enrollment

A minimum enrollment of four undergraduate students is required to teach a field school. The maximum enrollment is twelve undergraduate students.


Learning Sites

Discovery Field Schools are reserved for immersive-learning experiences at sites within the United States.


Community Partner(s)

Discovery Field Schools are conducted in coordination and collaboration with one or more community-based partners at a learning site. The extent of the coordination and the nature of the collaboration should reflect the field school’s expressed student learning outcomes. Community partners should also be willing to collaborate with the field school for at least two years so that the field school can be offered twice during a three-year period. Community partners will be compensated for the collaboration. Please note that this compensation must be allocated from awarded grant monies.


Student Application Process

Students apply for a Discovery Field School by submitting a copy of their transcript and a 250-word essay explaining their interest in the field school and their expected outcomes from participating if selected. The field school faculty leader is responsible for advertising the field school on relevant university platforms, soliciting and reviewing applications and selecting applicants. Graduating seniors must contact the course faculty leaders to verify their eligibility.


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APPLICATION DEADLINE
Open until position filled


Position description

The Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme seeks a 25% Graduate Administrative Associate (GAA) for the 2021-22 academic year. Per University rules, Graduate Administrative Associates may not hold an appointment for more than 75% time as a combination of appointments. 

This GAA will gain valuable experience in website and social media content generation and storying for the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme. The position is also an opportunity to develop administrative skills as related to marketing and communications in a university setting.


Mentorship

The GAA will be closely mentored by the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme team. This will include:

  1. Weekly meetings with the communications specialist about relevant projects and tasks. The communications specialist will mentor the GAA in conceptualizing, writing, revising, publishing and promoting content like news stories, feature stories, essays, blog posts, videos, podcasts, photo essays, social media posts and more. 
  2. Monthly meetings with the faculty director and program manager.
  3. Attending GAHDT leadership meetings. 

Duties

  • Content development: Writing news and feature stories for the website and print/digital marketing publications. Writing frequent updates about news initiatives and announcements, in addition to crafting long-form features in collaboration with GAHDT leadership and principal investigators.
  • Website management: Creating news/events pages, running link checks and ensuring content is timely and robust. Making suggestions for developing new/existing content.
  • Promotion: Submitting news and events items for promotion in various college and university calendars and marketing channels. Distributing print materials and preparing mailings.
  • Social media: Translating existing content and generating new content for GAHDT’s new Twitter feed and collaborating with the communications specialist on managing the Hootsuite scheduling system.
  • Events: Assist in the planning, preparation, execution, documentation and photographing of events. Assist with implementation of GAHDT's forthcoming autumn exhibition.
  • Other: Other responsibilities may include analytics tracking/reporting, production assistance with videos/podcasts, and more.

Required qualifications

  • Graduate student status at Ohio State
  • Strong research and writing skills

Desired qualifications

  • Background in English, creative writing, communications and/or journalism
  • Demonstrable experience in journalism, nonfiction writing, professional/public-facing writing
  • Working familiarity with AP style
  • Working familiarity with Drupal (website content management system)
  • Working familiarity with Hootsuite, Canva

How to apply

To be considered for this position, submit the application webform.

The application requires the following information:

  • One-page cover letter describing how this position aligns with your past experiences and/or future goals. Address cover letter to Communications Specialist, Mx. Breanne LeJeune (she/they)
  • Curriculum vita
  • Two References: Names, titles, relationships and contact information (phone and email) for two professional references
  • Writing sample: 1-3 samples of writing that demonstrate breadth of writing ability and experience. For example, an academic essay, an event poster, screenshots of a professional social media account you developed content for (not your own), a nonfiction essay, a photo story or illustration, etc. 

Questions?

Please direct questions about this position to Program Manage Puja Batra-Wells (batra-wells.1).

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 Mobile Methods and Practices Series

Global Arts + Humanities will co-sponsor Mobile Methods and Practices events to foster dialogue on Arts and humanities methodologies and practices. These events aims to highlight new scholarly and creative projects, resources, and cross-disciplinary opportunities.

To propose a mobile event, please submit an application below. Event requests should not exceed $1,500. Student applications must include a letter of support from a tenure track faculty member from the Division of Arts and Sciences.  Requests are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed by the Leadership Committee. Requests should be submitted no less than 21 days before the event.

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Co-Sponsorship Opportunities

Global Arts + Humanities co-sponsorships provide support for events that align with the GAHDT mission and core goals and intersect with one of the four focus areas.

Sponsorship requests may not exceed $500. Student applications must include a letter of support from a tenure track faculty member from the Division of Arts and Sciences. Requests are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed by the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Leadership Committee. These requests must be submitted using the tool below  -  no less than 21 days before the event.

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The Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme will offer financial support up to $5,000  for interdisciplinary  groups to attend conferences, visit universities or centers, or attend events or performances. Preference will be given to conferences that are broad-based, multi-disciplinary and national or international in scope.

For a travel opportunity to qualify for this grant opportunity, the travel leader must be a tenure-track faculty member from the Division of Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences. Travelers may include individuals from within and outside of the division, graduate students, undergraduate students, alumni and staff. Grantees may only receive ONE travel grant per academic year. Grants cannot be used to support after-the-fact travel. Grants award monies will be transferred to the travel leader’s department for administration.

CONTACT: Applicants may email questions to GAHDT Program Manager, Puja Batra-Wells, at batra-wells.1@osu.edu.

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