National Endowment for the Humanities: Grant Application Regional Workshop

NEH Grant Application Workshops are open to anyone, regardless of their institutional affiliation, interested in learning about the NEH funding opportunities and application strategies. The Workshop is conducted by Program Officer Daniel Sack on March 2nd from 9AM to 2PM in Center Theatre. The Workshop will include tips for writing competitive proposals, and explanation of the process, and an opportunity for Q&A.

In addition to the Workshop, Program Officer, Daniel Sack, is taking a limited number of individual or small group meetings to discuss specific projects on the afternoon of March 2nd and morning of March 3rd. Individuals and small groups wishing to meet with Daniel Sacks must submit a one-page project summary in advance. Meetings will be limited in number and reservations are required.

Below is the Agenda for Monday's program.

9:00  Introductions and Overview

9:15  Overview of National Endowment for the Humanities

                  Proposal Review Process

                 Current Initiatives

10:30 Break

10:45 Kentucky Humanities Council

11:00 Mock Review Panel

                  Dr. Brandon Look, Philosoph

                  Dr. Peter Kalliney, English

                  Dr. Kathi Kern, History

12:30 Adjourn 

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