NEH Fellowship Intro + Q&A - Link to recording

Who: T/TT Arts and Humanities Faculty and Social Sciences Faculty pursuing humanistic research who are interested in applying to the National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships

When: Jan. 26, 2022, 10-10:30 a.m. MT

Where: This webinar will be hosted via Zoom

Are you planning to submit a proposal for a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship? Join Donna Axel at this brief kick-off introduction to RIO’s NEH Fellowship Peer Editing Workshop Series. From January through early April, participants will draft proposals and participate in peer editing to hone the narrative portion of their NEH Fellowship applications before the NEH April 13, 2022 deadline.

Because this is a series, in addition to this Kickoff event on January 26, we ask faculty to commit to the following:

  • Attend the February 4 NEH Fellowship Categories & Requirements 1-hour webinar (either 10 a.m. OR 4:30 p.m.)
  • Meet 1 on 1 with Donna before February 18
  • Prepare a draft narrative for review by committed colleagues by early to mid-March
  • Peer review 3-5 proposals
  • Attend one peer review workshop in early to mid-March (TBD by faculty)

NEH Fellowship: Categories & Requirements - Link to recording

Who: T/TT Arts and Humanities Faculty and Social Sciences Faculty pursuing humanistic research who are interested in applying to the National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships

When: Friday, February 4, 2022

Where: This webinar will be hosted via Zoom

For faculty interested in applying for an NEH Fellowship, this webinar will provide an opportunity to consider the detailed categories and requirements. Donna Axel will demystify the solicitation, bring attention to key details for developing a strong proposal, and share sample categories used in winning narratives. This is a great opportunity to ask any questions you might have before beginning your draft!


NEH Fellowship: Peer Editing Workshop

Who: T/TT Arts and Humanities Faculty and Social Sciences Faculty pursuing humanistic research who are interested in applying to the National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships

When: TBD, Faculty determine one convenient day/time (in early to mid-March). If you are ready to commit to the Peer Review process, please let us know your availability here.

Facilitated by Donna Axel, faculty participate in one small group of 3-5. The workshop will provide space to discuss any feedback from the peer edits. In advance of this workshop, faculty will exchange drafts and provide comments using the NEH categories and requirements. Then, during this peer review session, faculty will discuss their comments and use the time to ask questions regarding drafts. Day/time TBD by faculty.


Please reach out to Alicia Adelman should you experience any difficulties with the links on this webpage or with any questions.