The Clement and Linda McGillicuddy Humanities Center provides financial support for humanities initiatives through two grant programs open to UMaine faculty, lecturers and adjuncts.
- UMaine faculty can apply for MHC Sponsorship Grants of up to $250 to support public humanities and innovative teaching programs on-or-off campus. There is no application deadline, new applications will be considered as they are submitted. For more information about Sponsorship Grants, contact The Center Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Clement and Linda McGillicuddy Humanities Center Faculty Grant award applications are being accepted for maximum awards of $5000 to support faculty at all levels, for their research, community engagement, or innovative teaching proposals. Funds are used for expense reimbursement and cannot be used as compensation for faculty time. Email completed grant applications and budget forms, available for download below, to Director email@example.com by October 19, 2020 for the fall deadline.
Please note: For academic year 2020-2021, the McGillicuddy Humanities Center will not be awarding grants for travel. This is in accordance with the University of Maine System’s current travel guidance regarding covid-19. That guidance can be found here.
Under the University of Maine System intellectual property policy all right, title, and interest in tangible research property, research data, records, and associated materials prepared for or resulting from funded research or involved with any university agreement, is owned by the University of Maine System. You are required to deposit or otherwise make such materials available to UMS upon your departure.
For outside funding opportunities in the humanities, check out our Resources page.
To see the faculty research proposals that have been funded in the past, click here.
MHC faculty grant recipient Dr. Anne Knowles (HTY).
Faculty Grant Forms: