Interdisciplinary Research Grant
The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, a center of excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences, calls for pre-proposals for its second annual Interdisciplinary Research Grant. The purpose of the grant is to encourage faculty to work creatively and collaboratively with scholars outside their specializations to generate insights into the dynamics of rural life through partnerships with rural Kansas communities or with the potential to improve the quality of life for rural Kansas residents. These insights might relate to rural economies, social structures, health outcomes, education, transportation, politics, community identity and memory, demographics and/or the environment.
Interested in applying for next year's grant?
Send the completed Pre-Proposal Guidelines by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To read about our previous IRG recipients, please click here.