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Fellowship & Grant Recipients

Glasscock Three-Year Seminar Recipients Awarded 2016-2017

April 19, 2016

Organized and led by faculty director (associate or full professors) from departments in the College of Liberal Arts and programs affiliated with the Glasscock Center, these three-year seminars provide a forum for a wide variety of faculty (assistant, associate, and full professors), graduate, and undergraduate students from the humanities and social science disciplines to present […]

Glasscock Three-Year Seminar Recipients Awarded 2015-2016

July 13, 2015

Organized and led by faculty director (associate or full professors) from departments in the College of Liberal Arts and programs affiliated with the Glasscock Center, these three-year seminars provide a forum for a wide variety of faculty (assistant, associate, and full professors), graduate, and undergraduate students from the humanities and social science disciplines to present […]

Buttrill Ethics Curriculum Enhancement Grant 2015-2016 Recipient

June 15, 2015

The Buttrill Ethics Curriculum Enhancement Grant supports interactions between faculty and students focused on investigations of ethical issues or ethics in general. Efforts may be channeled through existing or new courses, free-standing seminars, panel discussions, symposia, workshops, visiting speakers, or other events. Any proposed course or event must directly address and wrestle with ethical questions […]

Glasscock Three-Year Seminar Recipients Awarded 2014-2015

May 10, 2014

Organized and led by faculty director (associate or full professors) from departments in the College of Liberal Arts and programs affiliated with the Glasscock Center, these three-year seminars provide a forum for a wide variety of faculty (assistant, associate, and full professors), graduate, and undergraduate students from the humanities and social science disciplines to present […]

Collaborative Grant-Writing Competition Recipients 2012-2013

June 15, 2012

Each year, the Glasscock Center offers one grant to encourage humanities scholars to establish partnerships and conduct preliminary work that will lay the foundation for original expanded collaborative research projects. Collaborative research – the joint conceptualization, execution, and dissemination of research by teams of two or more scholars – has the potential to bring a new […]