The mission of the Sponsored Research Office at Lewis & Clark College is to provide faculty and staff in the College of Arts & Sciences with professional and quality support and service in the acquisition and administration of external funds for research, scholarly projects, and creative endeavors.
- Identify funding opportunities
- Assist with proposal and research development
- Develop budgets
- Review and edit all application materials
- Facilitate internal approvals and submission
- Disseminate grant and funding agency related information
- Support post-award grant management, including reporting
- Coordinate and assure compliance with applicable regulations
Professor of History Elliott Young has been awarded a grant from the American Philosophical Society (APS) in support of his research on immigrant detention in the United States.
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Receives American Academy of Religion Research Grant.
The American Philosophical Society (APS) has awarded Dr. Elizabeth Bennett a $6,000 Franklin Research Grant in support of her research.
Rasha Soliman is teaching courses on Egyptian archaeology and history this semester as part of the college’s Middle East and North African studies minor. A world traveler born in Cairo, Soliman holds a faculty appointment at Egypt’s Misr University for Science and Technology.
University of Oregon is hosting a free workshop on developing competitive proposals for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Welcome back! It has been a busy summer. Faculty submitted 12 new grant proposals and received a number of new awards. You’ll find the complete list, along with reminders and updates, in the Fall 2018 CAS Sponsored Research Newsletter.