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Promotion of the Humanities_Seminars and Institutes

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

Administered by:

US Federal Government Agency (see all agencies)
National Foundation on Arts and the Humanities
CFDA #: 45.163

Deadlines and process...


March 1, to direct a seminar or institute during the summer of the following year. March 1, to participate in a seminar or institute held during the summer of the same year. August 6, to direct a Landmarks of American History Workshop project during the summer of the following year; March 15, to participate in a Landmarks of American History workshop held during the summer of the same year. April 19 for Faculty Humanities Workshops beginning after September 1.

Note: When available, this section indicates the deadlines for applications to the funding agency which will be stated in terms of the date(s) or between what dates the application should be received. When not available, applicants should contact the funding agency for deadline information.

Range of Approval/Disapproval Time

Approximately 4-5 months; 6 weeks for participants in Seminars and Institutes and Landmarks of American History Workshops.

Preapplication Coordination

Informal inquiry is encouraged for prospective directors. The standard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372.

Note: This section indicates whether any prior coordination or approval is required with governmental or nongovernmental units prior to the submission of a formal application to the federal funding agency.


None, but director/applicant may request a critique of the proposal and reapply.

Note: In some cases, there are no provisions for appeal. Where applicable, this section discusses appeal procedures or allowable rework time for resubmission of applications to be processed by the funding agency. Appeal procedures vary with individual programs and are either listed in this section or applicants are referred to appeal procedures documented in the relevant Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).


Applications for renewal must demonstrate a record of success and the potential to serve new audiences. These applications compete against new applications.

Note: In some instances, renewal procedures may be the same as for the application procedure, e.g., for projects of a non-continuing nature renewals will be treated as new, competing applications; for projects of an ongoing nature, renewals may be given annually.