These funds support the formation of multidisciplinary digital humanities grant-writing groups with grant application submission(s) as the expected outcome. Grant-writing groups may consist of up to five TAMU faculty members and include participants across colleges and/or departments. Participants must commit to attending 4 to 5 grant-writing meetings during the Spring or Fall semester, and participants are required to meet during their agreed upon meeting dates/times.

If applicable, CoDHR requests copies of grant award notification(s) and resulting publications. Please send updates regarding notification(s) and publication(s) to codhr@tamu.edu.

Each TAMU faculty member will receive a $500 bursary to be awarded after the group’s final meeting and submission of a report by the Group Leader. Please see below for the report form.

Spring 2023 Semester Application Deadline is December 15, 2022

To apply complete and submit the Spring 2023 Seed Grant Application form and include the following information:

  • Your Name (Group Leader)
  • Grant-Writing Topic
  • Description and purpose of the Grant Writing Group
  • Participants (up to 5) names, titles, colleges/departments, and email addresses
  • If applicable: other grant(s) under consideration
  • If applicable: list of other CoDHR funding received within the past three years

When the submission date falls on a weekend or a TAMU recognized holiday, the application deadline is extended to the next business day.

The Seed Grant Report requests:

  • Your Name (Group Leader)
  • Schedule of Grant Writing Group’s meeting dates and times (4 to 5 meetings required)
  • Status of grant submission(s)
  • If applicable: copy of grant application(s) and award notification(s)
  • If application: publication(s) resulting from the Grant Writing Group

Please address questions and applications to Laura Mandell (mandell@tamu.edu).