2016 Anne Firor Scott Research Award

The Anne Firor Scott Award is given as a one‑time award for graduate students working on seminar projects or dissertations on any aspect of women’s history, and undergraduates who plan to take the History Senior Honors Seminar.  The award may be used for travel, living expenses, direct costs incurred in collecting and analyzing information, or as a means of recognizing outstanding research work.  Winners will be asked to report on the use of these funds and their work. The application consists of the following, including the completed application form:  1) a proposal of 2-3 pages addressed to the Anne Scott Award Committee and 2) current curriculum vitae or resume.  The proposal should describe the student's overall project or the specific resource materials for study, as well as the reasons undertaking the project; the status of work already in process; a budget for requested funds; and explanation of other funds available to the student.  Applications are due Friday, April 1, 2016 to Carla Ivey at carla.ivey@duke.edu. Applicants will be notified by mail the week of April 11, 2016.  Winners will be asked to report on the use of these funds and their work by Friday, September 2, 2016.

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