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Grant of the Week: Richard A. Baker Graduate Student Research Travel Grant in Congressional Studies

AHA Staff | Mar 26, 2010

The Association of Centers for the Study of Congress is pleased to announce it is now accepting applications for the 2010 Richard A. Baker Graduate Research Travel Grant. The grant supports graduate-level research conducted at member repositories of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress (ACSC) (eligible research sites). An award of up to $500 may be used to underwrite travel, lodging, copying, and other research expenses. Primary consideration will be given to projects involving the substantive study of issues related to the study of Congress. Each proposal should be aimed at a discrete end product such as a book, dissertation, thesis, article, documentary, film, exhibit, web site, or social networking site. Budgets may be approved in whole or in part. To apply, please send the completed application to the Scholarship and Awards Committee chair, Julia Collins (jcollins@suffolk.edu), by April 18, 2010. Award notification will take place in mid-May 2010.

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