Five Triangle area residents won Guggenheim Fellowships recently, attracting news coverage that provides additional information about the kind of work Guggenheim Foundation funds through its awards. All five Triangle area Guggenheim Fellows are in the arts, humanities and social sciences, but faculty in the natural sciences are also eligible.
The next application deadline is September 15, 2012. To apply when the Guggenheim online application system opens in July, seehttp://www.gf.org/applicants/
how-to-apply/ . Faculty are requested to inform firstname.lastname@example.org about their interest in this program; however, it is open submission and all interested faculty may submit applications.
To learn more about our Triangle area Fellows, see
Our current NC State Guggenheim Fellows are:
Professor of English John Balaban, 2003 (Asian Studies) and
Professor of History Anthony J. LaVopa, 2007 (History)