Winthrop University: Awards Listings: Faculty/Staff
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Award Listings: Faculty/Staff

Winthrop faculty and staff who have questions about applying for national awards or require assistance preparing an application for these and other awards, are welcome to contact ONCA to ask questions or request an appointment with the director. 

    Description: The Fulbright Scholar Program offers U.S. faculty, administrators and professionals grants to lecture, conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields, or to participate in seminars. The Fulbright Program, the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. 

    Eligibility: Varies; please review specific opportunity.

    Information: Fulbright

    Deadlines: Varies; please view specific opportunity on website.

    Description: The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers several art-related fellowships for scholars in the fields of art history, archaeology, museum education, conservation, and related sciences, as well as other disciplines whose projects are interdisciplinary in nature and relate to objects in The Met collection. The number of fellowships awarded depends upon the funds available; the stipend amount for one year is $40,000 for senior fellows and $30,000 for pre-doctoral fellows, with up to an additional $5,000 for travel.

    Eligibility: Varies; please review specific opportunity.

    Information: Metropolitan Museum

    Deadline: Varies; please view specific opportunity on website.

    Description: Professionals may be eligible for four of the Society's award programs: The Ray Sylvester Distinguished Service Award, Literacy Grants, Love of Learning Awards to help fund post-baccalaureate professional development for members, and the Phi Kappa Phi Scholar Award and Artist Award to honor individuals who demonstrate the ideals of the Society through their activities, achievements, and scholarship.

    Eligibility: Varies; please review specific opportunity.

    Information: Phi Kappa Phi

    Deadline: Varies; please view specific opportunity on website.

    Description: With a deep appreciation for the impact of significant teachers in his life, Robert Foster Cherry, a Baylor University alumnus, made an exceptional estate bequest to establish the Cherry Award program to recognize excellent teachers and bring them in contact with Baylor students. The award recipient will receive a prize of $200,000 and will teach in residence at Baylor University during the fall or spring semester; travel expenses and a furnished apartment will be provided. To further Baylor University's commitment to great teaching, the winner's home department will receive $25,000. In addition, each of the three finalists chosen in the spring of 2007 will receive $15,000 and will present a series of lectures at Baylor in the fall, as well as a Cherry Award Lecture on his/her home campus. The home department of the finalists will receive $10,000 to foster faculty development.

    Eligibility: Open to all outstanding professors in the English-speaking world who are distinguished for their ability to communicate as classroom teachers.

    Information:  Cherry Awards.

    Deadline: October 1

    Description: Smithsonian Institution offers a wide range of support for research and study at a variety of levels in fields actively pursued by its museums, research institutes, and research offices, including Latino and Native American Community Fellowships. Fellowship opportunities include: Senior and Postdoctoral - $35,000 per year; Earth and Planetary Sciences Senior and Postdoctoral - $40,000 per year.

    Eligibility: Varies; please review specific opportunity.

    Information: Smithsonian 

    Deadline: Varies; please view specific opportunity on website.

Last Updated: 1/9/23