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.
Center of Digital Humanities Research
The Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR) offers funding opportunities to Texas A&M University faculty, staff, and students to support digital humanities education, professional development, outreach, and research.
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.
T3: Texas A&M Triads for Transformation is a multidisciplinary seed-grant program that is part of the President’s Excellence Fund designed to further Texas A&M University’s commitments to the three pillars of advancing transformational learning; enhancing discovery and innovation and expanding impact on our community, state, nation, and world.
Part of the President’s Excellence Fund, X-Grants is an interdisciplinary program designed to bring faculty together across disciplines. The program’s goal is to unlock creative and imaginative ideas that will address important problems in areas that will significantly impact the most important challenges facing global society. Seven million dollars will be devoted to a mix of smaller scale awards and larger scale collaborative research awards.
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.
Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts Grants
The AVPA strives to increase resources to existing TAMU performing and visual arts departments; to supplement existing campus arts offerings by producing diverse, innovative, and prominent performing and visual artists; and to facilitate coordination between the TAMU campus, arts organizations at peer and aspirant peer universities, and within a larger community of artist/scholars. The AVPA supports practice-based research, and understands the development of performing and visual arts projects as epistemologies in their own right as well as aesthetic endeavors.
Texas A&M CAPES (with Brazilian universities)
Texas A&M – FAPESP Research Program: The Division of Research at Texas A&M University and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) are pleased to announce a new cooperation agreement for research aiming to implement scientific and technological cooperation through the funding of joint research projects between Texas A&M researchers and researchers from the State of São Paulo, Brazil.
The program seeks to promote collaboration initiatives in scientific research and technological development in priority areas of interest to both countries, fostering bilateral cooperation.
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.