Faculty who are seeking funding for arts and humanities research projects are invited to contact the Dresher Center for assistance with sponsor research and proposal development (narratives, budget preparation, subaward development, timelines and work plans, and application assembly). The Center serves as a liaison with sponsors, departments, the CAHSS Dean’s Office, the Office of Sponsored Programs, and other offices, and assists faculty with PI Eligibility procedures and proposal routing in Kuali, UMBC’s grants platform. The Dresher Center also helps faculty in developing proposals for internal research support.
Grants and Fellowships Monthly Announcement: May 2022
ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor IDentification). ORCID is an international, non-profit organization — sustained by fees from member organizations — that provides digital identifiers (termed an ORCID ID) for researchers. UMBC is a member of ORCID and provides information for setting up a profile. External sponsors may require applicants to have an ORCID profile.
National Endowment for the Humanities Blog: What Grant Program Fits My Digital Project?
Writing Tips from the National Endowment for the Humanities Research Division for Summer Stipends and Fellowship Applications: Presentation