Hagley Museum and Library Grant-in-Aid

September 20th, 2012 by Jonathan Frankel

Hagley Museum and Library Grants-In-Aid
Deadline: October 31

The Hagley Museum and Library is granting 15-20 individuals a grant for graduate research within the Hagley Museum. To be granted this award individuals can be citizens of any country, however, they must be studying inside the United States as an international student.

Individuals who receive the Hagley Museum and Library grant-in-aid will receive a $400 stipend and the opportunity to use the Hagley research collections for one week to benefit their research project. The Hagley Museum and Library has a focus on business interactions within American history from the late 18th century to the present.

Applicants must reside more than 50 miles from the Hagley Museum, however, low-cost accommodations can be arranged for the Hagely Museaum and Library grant-in-aid recipients if needed. To apply for this award, you can submit the following:

  • A project abstract (150 words or less)
  • A curriculum vitae
  • A project description outlining your research (1000 words)
  • A summary of the Hagley research materials that will be used in your study and how they will benefit your project. (500 words)

For more information on how to apply to this award, you can visit here. Good luck!

*Woman reading a book at the library photo courtesy of Shutterstock

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