NEH Workshop delights and informs attendees
KENNESAW, Ga. (Apr 16, 2008) — The College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Office of Sponsored Programs at Kennesaw State University hosted a one-day workshop on funding opportunities with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Friday, April 11, 2008. The workshop included an overview of NEH funding procedures and programs, information about special NEH initiatives, a how-to session on writing NEH grant applications, and mock review of sample applications, as well as a special session on NEH opportunities appropriate for predominantly undergraduate universities.
The workshop was well attended with 50 people representing 19 institutions. Attendees drove from as far away as Savannah, Valdosta, and Tennessee. It was also webcast live to offsite attendees unable to make the drive. Kennesaw State was honored to have Dr. Fred Winter, Senior Program Officer for the NEH headlining the event. The workshop also included KSU's very own Dr. Sarah Robbins and Ms. Laura McCarty, Vice President of the Georgia Humanities Council. After the event, Dr. Winter said "thanks much more for your great efforts and those of your colleagues at Kennesaw. It was a perfectly organized workshop, and I was delighted that Sarah Robbins and the Georgia council were able to join me in the program.".
The webcast archives are listed below:
Webcast: Part 1
Webcast: Part 2
Webcast: Part 3
Webcast: Part 4
Webcast: Part 5