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Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities

Funding Opportunities


Faculty Opportunities


To Be Announced

Student Opportunities

Phyllis J. Lepke Endowed Graduate Award
DATE: CLOSED


The Brenda Daly Award for Outstanding Graduate Scholarship
DATE: CLOSED



Additional Funding Opportunities

Programming Support
Grants to assist departments and other units in the arts and humanities at Iowa State with programming expenses (speakers, workshops, residencies, exhibits, performances, etc.)

Publication Subvention Grants
(offered through the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development)
Funding to help assure publication, in the appropriate medium, of meritorious scholarly writings and other worthy original works of the Iowa State University faculty and staff and selected others.


Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development
Funding resources for faculty and students on the VPRED website


Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost
Faculty Professional Development funding resources on the Provost website


Graduate College
Award resources for graduate students

External Sources of Arts and Humanities Funding

Individual Funding Sources for Faculty

Individual Funding Sources for Students



CEAH Faculty Funding Opportunities To Be Announced

CEAH Collaborative Arts and Humanities Grant Writing Award
Deadline: TBA

Distinguished Arts and Humanities Scholar
Deadline: TBA

Imagining Iowa Public Scholarship Grant
Deadline: TBA


Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Awards
Deadline: TBA

CEAH Fellowships for Scholarship and Creative Activity

Deadline:TBA

Summer Grant Writing Assistance for External Grants
Deadline:TBA



CEAH Student Funding Opportunities To Be Announced

"Photos-with-Words" Student Contest
Deadline: Closed


Leland Poague, English, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for his work, "Tell Me the Story So Far": Hitchcock and His Writers


Jane Dusselier, Anthropology, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for her work on An Online Resource Center for the Study of Japanese American Internment Art


John Monroe, History, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for his work, Metropolitan Fetish: African Sculpture, France, and the Invention of "Primitive Art," 1900-1939


Kimberly Elman Zarecor, Architecture, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for her work, Manufacturing a Socialist Modernity: The Architecture of Industrialized Housing in Early Postwar Czechoslovakia


Sara J. Kadolph, Apparel, Educational Studies, and Hospitality Management, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for her work, Exhibit Catalog: Ethnic Textile Traditions of Iowa Immigrant and Native Populations


Janet Fitzpatrick, Apparel, Educational Studies, and Hospitality Management, is a 2009 CEAH Fellow for her work, Ethnic Textile Traditions of Iowa Immigrant and Native Populations