College of Liberal Arts Programs
Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
Funds are available to faculty research that advances knowledge through investigation, inquiry, and interpretation of human experience, culture, and expressive forms.
Other options through the College of Liberal Arts available here: https://liberalarts.tamu.edu/intranet/forms-guidelines/
Limited Submission Proposal Selection
Some funding agencies place limitations on the applications they will accept from an institution. A limited submission may refer to limits on the:
- number of proposals that may be submitted
- type of institutions that can apply
- eligibility of applicants by stage of career
An ongoing list of limited submissions can be located at:
Research Development Fund
Enables one-time investment in shared research infrastructure to enhance competitiveness for multi-project extramural funding and to facilitate new TAMU capacity.
PESCA Grant Program
The PESCA Grant Program supports significant research and scholarly projects that have the potential to lead to the awarding of external funding by agencies and endowments such as major federal research funding agencies, national endowments, institutes, foundations and councils.
Arts & Humanities Fellows Program
This program was created to stimulate interactions among scholarly and artistic faculty at TAMU as well as nationally and internationally. Induction as an Arts & Humanities Fellow recognizes extraordinary scholarship and creativity and provides faculty a supportive environment through which to advance their scholarship and creative work, and reward scholarly and artistic merit in their chosen discipline.
Texas A&M CAPES (with Brazilian universities)
This program supports research ties between the two countries that yield preliminary results and enable joint applications for extramural funded programs.
Texas A&M-CONACYT (with Mexican universities)
This competitive, peer-reviewed program advances inter-institutional cooperation in science, technology, and scholarly activities through the complementary efforts of scientists and scholars from Texas A&M and eligible Mexican institutions.