Tag Archives: Grants

Proposals Invited by the NYU Animal Studies Initiative: Grants Available

The NYU Animal Studies Initiative invites proposals from NYU graduate students working in animal studies.  The ASI will support a range of projects and activities including research and travel to animal studies related conferences or to present animal studies related work.  Normally these grants will not exceed $3,000, but exceptions may be made in special cases.  Applications will be viewed at the end of each semester for the following semester, but can also be considered on a rolling basis when necessary.  To apply for funding, please fill out the application available online at http://animalstudies.as.nyu.edu/object/animalstudies.graduatesupport. For questions contact animal.studies@nyu.edu.  Please forward to interested graduate students.
For further information about the initiative, visit http://animalstudies.as.nyu.edu

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Grant in Arts Inclusion: Disability, Design, Curation (Deadline Feb. 15)

Call for Applications:

Graduate Student Summer School Grant

Theme:

Arts Inclusion: Disability, Design, Curation

Location and Dates:

University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI) at UC Irvine

June 12-20, 2012

Program Details:

A one-week residency for 8 artists and 12-14 graduate students. Three NYU graduate students will be selected to attend, funded by the NYU Council for the Study of Disability, the GSAS Dean’s Office, and the Steinhardt Dean’s Office. Leading scholars in disability studies will offer daily workshops on disability and access in the arts. Other events include film screenings, performances, and open studios with artists-in-residence. The summer school will culminate in a final day of informal public presentations, with participants sharing their questions and findings.

Travel, accommodations, and most meals will be provided for graduate student attendees.

Participating scholars include Patrick Anderson, Georgina Kleege, Catherine Kudlick, Heather Love, Mara Mills, Susan Schweik, Joshua Miele, and others still to be announced.

Participating artists include Terry Galloway, Sara Hendren, Jürg Koch, Victoria Ann Lewis, Catherine Lord, Victoria Marks, Darrin Martin, and Alison O’Daniel.


Application Details:

NYU graduate students should submit the following via e-mail to Mara Mills, <mmills@nyu.edu>, by February 15, 2012:

· a 1-page c.v.

· a 1-2 page written statement regarding your interest/experience in disability, access, and the arts

Awards will be announced by mid-March.

Note: The grant recipients will be asked to report on the summer school at a meeting of the NYU Council for the Study of Disability during the 2012-2013 schoolyear.

Draper Alumna Kathleen Reeves Published in the Journal of Religion and Culture

Congrats to Kathleen Reeves (May 2011) whose article “Bodied Time and Ghosted Narrative in The Body Artist” was published in Concordia University’s Journal of Religion and Culture in September. Kathleen presented the article as a paper at Concordia’s 16th annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference “Crossroads and Borders,” in February. She attended the conference with additional assistance from one of Draper’s Travel Grants, which she was the recipient of in November/December 2010.

Kathleen’s article can be downloaded in .pdf format from the journal website, here. (Her article is second to last in the issue.)

Dean’s Student Travel Grant Program

Dear Students,

We recently sent out an announcement about the Draper Travel Grant, which we award to students participating in conferences throughout the academic year. The Graduate School of Arts and Science also has such an award – Dean’s Student Travel Grant Programwhich students can apply for throughout the academic year. 225 awards are distributed annually, in the amount of $500 each. Awards are made through a two-tier lottery process during three award periods. Applications for Period 1 are being accepted from next Monday, Oct 10 – Friday, Oct 21.

More information on the Dean’s Student Travel Grant is available on the web, here: http://gsas.nyu.edu/page/grad.travelgrant.

First Round of Draper Travel Grant Applications Due October 31

If you will be be delivering a paper or poster at a scholarly conference this year, don’t forget to apply for Draper’s travel grant. Information about eligibility and the application process are on our website, here: http://draper.as.nyu.edu/docs/IO/1460/travelgrant.