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Summer Faculty Research Fellowship

Call for Proposals:

Center for Social Science Scholarship/CAHSS Summer Faculty Research Fellowship

The application for the 2019 Center for Social Science Scholarship/CAHSS Summer Faculty Research Fellowship with expanded eligibility criteria is now available.
The application can be downloaded here.
Deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019. 

A drop-in info session will be held Monday, December 17,
from Noon-2pm in the Public Policy Building, room 451.

 

 

We are now accepting applications for the Center for Social Science Scholarship/CAHSS Summer Faculty Research Fellowship (SFRF). The purpose of this fellowship is to support significant social science research in CAHSS, resulting in a submittable product by December 2019.

Applications are welcome from any tenured or tenure-track faculty doing social science research in any CAHSS department. Fellows will receive a $6,000 stipend during the summer of 2019.

By December 2019, each Fellow is expected to complete an external grant or fellowship proposal OR an article, policy paper, book, or book chapter. Fellows who are preparing an external grant or fellowship proposal agree to work with MIPAR for pre-award and post-grant management assistance.

Application deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019. A drop-in info session will be held Monday, December 17, from Noon-2pm in Public Policy 451. The application can be downloaded here.

Funds for this fellowship are provided by the Center for Social Science Scholarship, the UMBC College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS) and the Vice President for Research.

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Prior awardees include Marina Adler (SAHAP), Dena Aufseeser (GES), Amy Bhatt (GWST), William Blake (POLI), Bambi Chapin (SAHAP), Christy Chapin (HIST), Sarah Chard (SAHAP), Dennis Coates (ECON), Jeffrey Davis (POLI), Amy Froide (HIST), Tim Gindling (ECON), David Greenberg (ECON), Brian Grodsky (POLI), Andrea Kalfoglou (SAHAP), Douglas Lamdin (ECON), Christine Mair (SAHAP), Marvin Mandell (PUBL), Susan McDonough (HIST), Nancy Miller (PUBL), Sara Poggio (MLLI), Bob Rubinstein (SAHAP), Christelle Viauroux (ECON), and Noor Zaidi (History).