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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi...aj wright ... From: H-Net DISCUSSION LIST FOR LOCAL AND STATE HISTORY [mailto:H-LOCAL@H-NET.MSU.EDU] On Behalf Of Thomas M. Costa Sent: Monday, January
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      fyi...aj wright

      -----Original Message-----
      From: H-Net DISCUSSION LIST FOR LOCAL AND STATE HISTORY
      [mailto:H-LOCAL@...] On Behalf Of Thomas M. Costa
      Sent: Monday, January 31, 2000 4:12 PM
      To: H-LOCAL@...
      Subject: ($$$) New funding from NEH


      Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 16:23:29 -0500
      From: "Patrinicola, Beth" <BPatrinicola@...>
      Subject: New funding from NEH
      Posted by Beth Patrinicola
      bpatrinicola@...
      National Endowment for the Humanities

      Please excuse cross postings.

      NEH: EXTENDING THE REACH OF THE HUMANITIES ACROSS AMERICA

      One of the highest priorities of the National Endowment for the Humanities
      is to make the power and inspiration of the humanities accessible to all
      Americans. Extending the Reach is a special initiative to provide new
      resources for creative teaching, scholarship, public programming, and
      preservation efforts in the humanities by:

      * supporting humanities initiatives in selected U.S. states and
      territories that have not received as much NEH support as others;
      * enhancing work in the humanities at Historically Black,
      Hispanic-serving, and Tribal colleges and universities.

      OUTREACH TO SELECTED STATES AND TERRITORIES

      Nonprofit cultural and educational organizations in the following states and
      Puerto Rico may apply for Extending the Reach grants in 2000 and 2001:

      Alabama
      Alaska
      Florida
      Idaho
      Louisiana
      Missouri
      Montana
      Nevada
      North Dakota
      Ohio
      Oklahoma
      Puerto Rico
      Texas
      Washington
      Wyoming

      Organizations that have not recently received an NEH grant are especially
      encouraged to apply to three new grant programs:

      *Consultation Grants
      Support museums, libraries, historical organizations, community
      associations, and film or radio producers in the early stages of developing
      a project or institutional planning. Guidelines and application materials
      are available here <http://www.neh.gov/pdf/guidelines/er-consult.pdf>.
      *Preservation Assistance Grants
      Help libraries, archives, museums and historical organizations
      assess preservation needs and enhance their ability to care for their
      humanities collections. Guidelines and application materials are available
      here <http://www.neh.gov/pdf/guidelines/er-presassist.pdf>.
      Humanities Scholar-in-Residence Grants
      Offer middle and high schools an opportunity to collaborate with a
      humanities scholar from a local college or university over the course of a
      year. Guidelines and application materials are available here
      <http://www.neh.gov/pdf/guidelines/er-scholar.pdf>.

      *Please note that Consultation and Preservation Assistance grants are not
      restricted to organizations in the fifteen jurisdictions listed above;
      applications are welcomed from institutions in all the states and U.S.
      Territories.

      GRANTS FOR HISTORICALLY BLACK, HISPANIC-SERVING, AND TRIBAL COLLEGES AND
      UNIVERSITIES

      Extending the Reach grants are available to advance scholarship and
      institutional development at Historically Black, Hispanic-serving and Tribal
      colleges and universities:
      Institutional Grants
      Enhance existing humanities programs, provide support for new
      programs, or strengthen institutional resources for the humanities. For
      application information, click here
      http://www.neh.gov/grants/etr-institution.html>.
      Faculty Research Grants
      Support individual or collaborative research projects. For
      application information, click here
      http://www.neh.gov/grants/etr-faculty.html>.

      If you have trouble accessing guidelines or application information online,
      please contact us and we will send you printed guidelines when they are
      available (in late February):

      Public Information Office
      National Endowment for the Humanities
      1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20506
      info@...
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