Syracuse University Library and SU Humanities Center announce Central New York Humanities Corridor Visiting Scholar Program
The Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University Library invites applications for the 2013 Central New York Humanities Corridor Visiting Scholars Program. The program aims to attract scholarly attention to the primary source collections held by corridor institutions (Syracuse University, Cornell University, the University of Rochester, Colgate University, and Hamilton College). Four grants of $2,500 each will be awarded to scholars whose projects draw upon collections of at least two corridor institutions. Two awardees will be selected from corridor institutions and two will be selected from outside of the corridor. Graduate students and faculty are encouraged to apply.
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Since 1949 Syracuse University has assembled historical documents, including manuscript, print, visual, and media materials, related to adult education. This material is known collectively as the Alexander Charters Library of Resources for Educators of Adults, in recognition of Dr. Charters' efforts in promoting and expanding our adult education holdings. Through the generosity of Dr. Charters, we are also able to offer annual grants to one or more scholars wishing to do research in our adult education collections.
For more information on the collections and their history, see the Charters Library website.
For information on the grants-in-aid, including prior recipients and application information, see the Grants page.