Anthropology Micro Grants
The anthropology department offers micro grants (up to $200) to support undergraduate student initiatives. The grants support projects that may include, but are not limited to
- research related to a thesis, to class assignments, or to projects undertaken independently
- community-building in the form of events (such as an anthropology-related film screening) or the sharing of one's class projects on a broader stage, such as the department's social media
- career development (such as attendance at a conference)
- and anything else you can think of!
Read summaries of the work of micro grant recipients.
Priority will be given to anthropology majors and minors, although students from any major/minor may apply as long as you have passed at least one anthropology course.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. You can expect a response within two weeks. Each grant carries a maximum award of $200, and students may receive only one grant per year. Grants are made on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funding is still available.
To apply, please click on this application link. The short application includes 1) brief description of the project 2) requested funding amount (such as stipend, supplies, etc.).
Please be in touch with Senior Department Coordinator Barbara Strauss with any questions.
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