Have you ever considered applying for a Guggenheim Fellowship? If so, a group of grants officers from liberal arts colleges will be hosting a webinar from noon-1:30PM Central on August 11 called “Guggenheim Fellowship: Advice from Winners at Liberal Arts Colleges.” Four recent Fellowship winners will provide a panel discussion of how they approached the grant competition, plus Q&A with participants. The featured panelists will be Myriam J.A. Chancy, Hartley Burr Alexander Chair in the Humanities at Scripps College; John Cort, Professor Emeritus of Asian and Comparative Religions at Denison University; Pradip Malde, Professor of Art at the University of the South; and Philip Metres, Professor of English at John Carroll University.
This webinar should be useful for faculty at liberal arts colleges who are interested in applying for the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2020 (or further into the future) and would like a sense of how colleagues at liberal arts colleges have approached the competition. The Guggenheim is a fairly unusual fellowship, so this webinar may provide some helpful insights even for faculty who are seasoned grant applicants.
If you’re interested in the webinar, please register at this link: https://carleton.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PuqW3_TERiG2XPjZDCUPkw