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Fellowship, proposal, and co-sponsorship forms

Click a category below to download application forms for Fellowships, Proposals, and Co-Sponsorship requests.  You can also download our most recent "Key Dates & Deadlines" sheet for reference.

Completed forms should be emailed as attachments to humcenter@syr.edu.

Did you or a fellow Syracuse University faculty/staff member or student publish a book this year (copyright 2018) that contributes to the humanities, broadly conceived? If so, please tell us about it in this brief survey!

The Humanities Center will host its 4th annual campus-wide book celebration on April 17, 2019.  We look forward to learning more about the great work being done in the humanities across the university!

FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS

Humanities Center Fellow (2) Arts & Sciences

Download a sample application form. [Form for 2019-20 coming soon.]
Deadline: Noon, Friday, January 25, 2019

Humanities Center Fellow (1) Arts & Sciences "Symposium"

Download a sample application form. [Form for 2019-20 coming soon.]
Deadline: Noon, Friday, January 25, 2019

Humanities Center Fellow (1) Maxwell School

Download a sample application form. [Form for 2019-20 coming soon.]
Deadline: Noon, Friday, January 25, 2019

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Dissertation Fellowships (2)

Following an early spring application and review period, two fellowships are awarded to students completing dissertations in an eligible Ph.D. program in The College (English, Philosophy, Religion, and Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition). The dissertation or project must show evidence of strong humanities content and methods and contribute to advancing one of the disciplines of study within the Humanities.

Download a sample application form. [Form for 2019-20 coming soon.]

Deadline: Noon, Friday, February 8, 2019


Humanities New York Public Humanities Graduate Fellowships (2)

The Syracuse University Humanities partners with the Central New York Humanities Corridor and Humanities New York for this opportunity. Learn more at HNY's application log-in page.

View / download the call for 2019-20 applicants.

Deadline: Noon, Friday, February 15, 2019

Symposium Event Proposals

The form to propose Fall 2019 -Spring 2020 programs is coming soon; calls for proposals are typically issued in the fall. Download a sample proposal form from 2018-19 ("STORIES" is the theme in progress).

Deadline: Noon, Friday, March 1, 2019


Symposium Press Sheet (for Symposium partners)

Syracuse Symposium partners must submit complete details via this form, per due dates outlined in agreement letters and/or planning meetings. Contact humcenter@syr.edu with questions.

[NOTE: This template is for Symposium partners only. For all other HC CO-SPONSORSHIPS, please use the "Publicity Info Sheet" under that section on this page.]

Download the Symposium Press Sheet.


Symposium Branding

Syracuse Symposium partners are encouraged to apply the "STORIES" image to any publicity generated for their 2018-19 Symposium events.

yellow-black-gray version of the STORIES logo, for Syracuse Symposium 2018-19

Right-click on the image above or open the "STORIES" banner in a new page to "Save-As" a file to your desktop.

Co-Sponsorship Request Form

To broadly support humanities research and public engagement, we foster connections across the University and with the wider community through co-sponsorships and other collaborations.

The Humanities Center has modest co-sponsorship funding available for events that align with our Mission, though it is our policy to avoid supporting events that overlap or conflict with others on our schedule. [Refer to our calendar listings.]

Co-sponsorship proposals are considered on a rolling basis through the year.

Download the Co-Sponsorship Request form.


Co-Sponsored Event Info Sheet

If / when the Humanities Center supports your event with a co-sponsorship, please submit event details as early as possible, via this Publicity Info Sheet emailed to humcenter@syr.edu.

[NOTE: SYMPOSIUM partners should use the Symposium-specific "Press Sheet" under that section above.]

Watson Distinguished Visiting Professorship in the Humanities

Each spring, the Center invites proposals for potential candidates to serve as the following year’s Jeannette K. Watson Professor. Proposals are reviewed by members of the Faculty Advisory Board.

Download a sample Jeannette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor proposal form. [Form for 2019-20 coming soon.]

Deadline: Noon, Friday, March 8, 2019

HC Logo

The Humanities Center lockup is available for use under appropriate circumstances. Contact humcenter@syr.edu with questions.

To save this logo for your own use, "RIGHT CLICK" on the image and select "SAVE AS"...

Humanities Center Lockup


HC Logo with URL

To save this logo for your own use, "RIGHT CLICK" on the image and select "SAVE AS"...

 humanities center logo with website address humcenter.syr.edu

Room Requests

The Humanities Center seminar room (Tolley 304) and/or library (Tolley 300) may be requested for meetings, small networking events, etc., as appropriate and available.

Email completed request form (at least 1 week in advance of desired event date) to humcenter@syr.edu.

Download the Humanities Center Room Reservation Form.