Arts and Humanities Proposal Writing Seminar

For arts and humanities faculty, post-docs, graduate students, professional staff

Workshop Schedule
The next offering of this seminar will be in Spring 2026
Virtual event (Zoom)

The arts and humanities proposal writing seminar is an intensive experience that combines lecture, “in-classroom flipped classroom,” participant-supplied content, and other practices to provide engagement throughout the day. This seminar emphasizes the why as well as the how of proposal writing to help arts and humanities faculty and advanced graduate students develop the proposal writing techniques they need to competitively apply to the specialized sponsors of creative activities and research. By understanding the reasoning and rationale behind specific suggestions, participants can take that learning and adapt it to many different proposal development situations.

Registration preference will be given to faculty and graduate students in the Caine College of the Arts and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, but those from related fields are also welcome to register and will be admitted if space allows.

Seminar content is spread out over the four days (i.e., new content each day). Participants must attend all four days to receive the full training.

For arts and humanities faculty, this seminar meets the prerequisite for application to the Office of Research seed grant program.