The UROC-H Public Humanities Project Grant offers UROC-H Scholars the opportunity to translate their humanities research for the public. This high-impact practice encourages UROC-H scholars to make meaningful connections between their humanities scholarship and the needs of the local community and non-academic audiences through new models of social engagement.
Examples of Projects:
- blogs, websites, digital storytelling
- texts, curricula, anthologies
- artwork, exhibitions
- dramatic performances
- biographies, memoirs
- panels, mixers, receptions, discussions series
- documentary films & photography, online video channels
- museum project
- guided tours of historic places
- development of digital platforms
- multimedia publication
- oral history
- & much more
Who can apply:
UROC-H scholars (individuals or teams) who have completed SURI
Project Funding Awards:
Funding awards will be determined upon review of each project's proposed budget.
Funding awards will between $100 - $1,000.
Project Planning and Implementation Timeline:
Fall 2020 (Begin Planning) – Spring 2021 (Complete Project)
Projects can be implemented any time between September 2020 and April 2021, although all projects must be completed by April 30, 2021.