Grants


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Competitive Grants


Funding for Projects Designed to Improve Communities Through Active Engagement in the Humanities

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Funding Amounts

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Deadlines

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How to Apply

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Grant Instructions and Checklist
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Award Recipients

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Grant Administration Forms for Funded Grant Projects

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Project Director Instructions
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Project Director’s Final Report Form
**New** Congressional Letters Requirement
Cash Request Form
Audience Evaluation Form Sample
Publicity Packet
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For additional information, contact Jodi Graham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801.359.9670 x105

 

Oral History Grants


Funding for the Collection and Transcription of Oral Histories

Oral History Grants are awarded for the collection and transcription of oral histories in Utah. Transcripts and recordings are deposited at the Utah State Historical Society Library and other deposition sites (such as local libraries), and the content of the collected oral histories is made available to the general public through a live public program. Funding is made possible through the Utah Division of State History and the National Endowment for the Humanities.


"I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the oral history project. I learned a lot spending time with this incredible information and rediscovering my Mexico. I will be forever grateful to you for the experience I gained and the emotions I experienced through this project…Participating in this project is helping me show our culture and history to my daughter. By doing this I am able to be an example of community participation and involvement for her."

–Maricruz Reyes,  Discussion Attendee, Utah-Mexico Art.


Funding Amounts

Oral History Grants are awarded up to $2,000.

Deadlines

Oral History Grants are reviewed by UH and UDSH staff on a quarterly basis with the following application deadlines:

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How to Apply

Guidelines for Oral History Grants
Apply Now

Award Recipients

Current and Previous Awardees

Grant Administration Forms for Funded Grant Projects

Grant Agreement
Project Director Instructions
Fiscal Agent Instructions
Project Director’s Final Report Form
**New** Congressional Letters Requirement
Cash Request Form
Audience Evaluation Form Sample
How to Conduct an Oral History Booklet
Interview Agreement
Product Check Template
Publicity Packet
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For additional information, contact Jodi Graham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801.359.9670 x105

 

Quick Grants


A Simplified and Expedited Application Process for Smaller Public Humanities Projects

Quick Grants are awarded for local public humanities projects where participants are invited to discuss or otherwise engage with humanities topics and themes. Quick Grants may also be used for consultants to assist in planning public humanities projects and/or preparing a Competitive Grant application. This is only for first-time applicants, with a $500 maximum award. Funds for Quick Grants are made possible through the National Endowment for the Humanities and the State of Utah.


“The discussion was valuable because it brought a diverse group of people together to think and talk about not only their own different perspectives, but the different perspectives of the characters in the book discussed. The number of different ideas at play was incredible...”

– Discussion Attendee, Literature and Disability Book Group


Funding Amounts

Quick Grants are awarded up to $1,500.

Deadlines

Quick Grants are reviewed by UH staff on a rolling basis, and applications must be received at least 6 weeks before the program begins.

How to Apply

Guidelines for Quick Grants
Apply Now

Award Recipients

Current and Previous Awardees

Grant Administration Forms for Funded Grant Projects

Project Director Instructions
Quick Grant Final Report Form
**New** Congressional Letters Requirement
Cash Request Form
Audience Evaluation Form Sample
Publicity Packet
UH Logo

For additional information, contact Jodi Graham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801.359.9670 x105

 

Research Fellowships


Funding for Projects Designed to Improve Communities through Active Engagement in the Humanities

UH offers two fellowships—the Albert J. Colton Fellowship for Projects of National or International Scope and the Delmont R. Oswald Fellowship for Utah Studies—that provide financial support for scholars doing research or applied projects in the humanities. The fellowships are made possible by endowment funds established in memory of Albert J. Colton, a former UH board member, and Delmont R. Oswald, UH's founding director.


“An education without the humanities [is like] living without the benefit of memory, or of imagination. We are, by nature, cultural beings. We are learners. Our cultural environment shapes us. If we fail to understand how it shapes us, we forfeit our freedom and our responsibility to think about what we learn and who we are."

- Biddy Martin, Chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Madison (Berrett, 2010)


Funding Amounts

Fellowships are awarded up to $3,500. This includes a $3,000 stipend and up to $500 for public programming costs.

Deadlines

Projects must begin on or after May 1. The required draft application is due February 1 and final applications are due March 15. Applicants are notified by May 1.

How to Apply

Guidelines for Fellowships
Apply Now

Award Recipients

Current and Previous Awardees

Administration Forms for Funded Research Fellowship Projects

Research Fellowship Final Report Form
Publicity Packet
UH Logo

For additional information, contact Jodi Graham at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801.359.9670 x105

 

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