3) Development of a community of inquiry and models of civility and excellence in scholarship and teaching
4) Promotion of the efficient links between teaching and research in the humanities.
The NEH has stipulated that the Summer Seminar and Institutes are to hosted by eligible colleges, universities, school systems, learned societies, centers for advanced study, libraries, or cultural and professional organizations as long as they have the ability to procure a facility that is appropriate for the project in focus.
With this funding announcement, the NEH hopes to solicit application from eligible organizations that are expressing their interest in hosting the summer seminars.
The NEH will award funds in the amount of $200,000 to support the Summer Seminars and Institutes Program.
Institutions and organizations that will be considered eligible to participate in the Summer Seminars and Institutes Program are the following:
a) District Organizations
b) Indian Tribes or a consortium of Indian Tribes
c) State, city, county, and special district governments
d) Institutions of higher education or a consortium of institutions of higher education
e) public or private non-profit organization.
The Summer Seminars and Institutes Program is essential to the National Endowment for the Humanities as it can potentially help them work towards the consistent realization of their mission which is to support education and the humanities.
Summer Seminars and Institutes Program
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