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Faculty Grants

The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund Competition
Deadline for Proposals: March 2014

By arrangement with the Provost, income from the Kempf Fund allows the MacMillan Center to support faculty initiative in organizing on-campus conferences, workshops, and lecture(s) on international topics in their fields of interest.  In my recent conversations with the Provost, the amount of funds available for next year will be flat from last year.  We will give preference to focused workshops on topics directly related to the current research interests of the convening faculty member.

The MacMillan Center normally holds one competition in the winter to award Kempf funds for activities held during the following academic year. 

Faculty Curriculum Improvement and Innovation Grants 2013-2014
[Guidelines and Application]

The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies announces a call for proposals open to all faculty at Yale University. Proposals will be accepted for projects to develop new courses with a predominantly Latin American and/or Caribbean focus or to increase the area content of existing courses. Applications from junior faculty are particularly encouraged. Further information is available from Jean Silk, Program Manager at jean.silk@yale.edu.

The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale
For more information on the following MacMillan Center Faculty grants, see the web site: www.yale.edu/macmillan/faculty_awards.htm

Faculty Research Grants in International, Area, and Comparative Studies
www.yale.edu/macmillan/faculty_grants.htm

The MacMillan Center announces the availability of faculty research grants for research on projects within its scope of activity.  These grants are open to full-time ladder faculty on continuing appointments in any department of the University.  Research grants are awarded for studies that will increase understanding of specific countries and societies in the modern era; for problem-oriented and comparative studies within and between regions; for studies in international relations and global affairs. 


For relevant projects in the humanities, please contact the Griswold Fund Committee, Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St., Box 208298, New Haven, CT 06520-8298. (See www.yale.edu/whc/funding)

Projects in the natural sciences, the arts, medicine, and environmental studies will normally be considered only if they focus substantially on some aspects of human and/or institutional behavior. 

Projects in the humanities arena should also consider applying to the Griswold Faculty Research Fund.  (See www.yale.edu/whc/funding)

Projects in the natural sciences, the arts, medicine, and environmental studies will normally be considered only if they focus substantially on some aspects of human and/or institutional behavior. 

 

The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale