Baylor University:
John Dowdy Memorial Congressional Research Endowed Fund

  • Fund Type: Research Grant. Residential: No. Eligibility: Unrestricted/Multiple Eligibility; Primary emphasis will be placed on research proposals centered on the U. S. Congress and its members, but given the wide-ranging subject matter of the archival holdings, proposals of a more regional or local nature will be considered. Congressional organization, policy development, member-constituent relations, campaign studies, and biographical projects are expected. Applicants are urged to be original and innovative in their proposals. The Poage Library directors will evaluate each proposal based upon its merits.
  • Award: While no fixed amount is specified, research grants will be limited in amounts ranging up to $300.00.
  • Deadline: Open
  • Details: Support for work in the Baylor Collections of Political Materials Congressional Archives. Researchers with various academic backgrounds and research interests are invited to apply for these grants to use the BCPM's unique archival holdings.
  • Keywords: travel, political science, library research, American, US congress

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