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Dresher Center American Council of Learned Societies + Hands-on Proposal-Writing Session

ACLS Grants and Fellowship Programs Workshop
The Commons, Room 329

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
(sign-in and refreshments from 9:30)

The American Council of Learned Scholars supports scholars in the humanities and social sciences at all career stages through a range of fellowship and grant programs. In this session, ACLS program officer Rachel Bernard will share information about ACLS’s programs and offer tips for strong applications. The workshop will also include a mock peer-review panel with ample opportunity for discussion.

Humanities Proposal-Writing Session
Dresher Center Conference Room, PAHB 216

12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
(lunch served at noon)
UMBC faculty are invited to participate in a hands-on proposal-writing session with expert facilitator, Carole Sargent. Faculty will learn strategies for developing effective humanities grant and book proposals and workshop a draft proposal for their own research projects. Participants should prepare a 300-word draft project description to work on during the session.

Space is limited. R.S.V.P. for either of both workshops by April 3, 2017
Questions? Contact Rachel Brubaker, Dresher Center Assistant Director for Grants and Program Development