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The Creative Achievement and Research Administration Team (CARAT) assists CAHSS faculty, departments, and centers in all stages of the funding process, from identifying funders and developing proposals, to administering awards and reporting to sponsors. We help ensure that applications and awards are compliant with UMBC’s policies and procedures, sponsor guidelines, and Uniform Guidance. With extensive experience in developing and administering awards in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, our team supports faculty and graduate students in realizing their creative achievement and research project goals.
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