CEAH Distinguished Arts and Humanities Scholar
Deadline: To Be Announced
The Distinguished Arts and Humanities Scholar is a semi-annual award that provides a full semester's leave, usually in the spring, for an outstanding arts and humanities scholar on the Iowa State University faculty. The recipient of the award is not required to propose a specific project but will be free to pursue his or her research interests. The single obligation of the recipient is to give a public lecture. Note to department chairs: The Center will contribute up to $15,000 in buy-out funds.
This award is available for only tenured or tenure-track faculty in arts or humanities disciplines. Distinguished Professors are not eligible to apply.
Individual departments may coordinate the proposal process in whatever manner they choose.
Applications should include the following items:
Submit 10 copies to the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (171 Carver Hall)
2006-2007: Hamilton Cravens, History
Mary Swander, English