Glasscock Working Group Capstone Grant
The Glasscock Center is introducing a Working Group Capstone Grant for our currently funded working groups. These grants are available to working groups that would like to culminate or ‘cap’ their activities with a major event in the form of a workshop, collaborative grant-writing activity with external faculty, a symposium or small conference. It is expected that the event will complete the working group’s activities, and that the working group will not be renewed. Two grants of $3000 each will be available annually,
with a deadline of January 31st on a rolling basis for 2020-21.
The capstone event should support interdisciplinary research and scholarship for faculty and students. The Center expects that the event will be of short duration (one or two days); involve scholars from outside Texas A&M University; and be free and open to the public. It is normally expected that the event/activity will take place in the academic year following the grant deadline.
Eligibility: The grant is only open to working groups which are concluding their activities.
Please note: you may not apply for funding through the Co-sponsorship, Symposium and Small Conference, Notable Lecture, or Campus Diversity grant programs to fund this capstone activity.
Instructions: Applications should be submitted by the working groups convenor/s, in discussion with their working group members. Complete and submit the application below.