Funding for Graduate Research Support in the Department of Theatre comes from two sources:
John C. Morrow Memorial Fund: Established June 12, 1980, by his students, colleagues and friends. Income provides research/travel grants for graduate students in the Department of Theatre. (Income from the Introduction to Theatre coursepacket is deposited to this fund.)
Aida Cannarsa Snow Endowment Fund: Established February 7, 2003, from her estate through The Foundation. Income provides need-based scholarships to undergraduates/graduates with a major or specialized interest in the Departments of Art, Art Education, History of Art, Theatre or Dance.
All awards will be disbursed as a scholarship. No travel request will be needed. Awards may be made for both future events and retroactively for events that have already occurred within the funding period. Retroactive funding is not guaranteed, but applying after-the-fact will not factor into the committee's review of the proposal.
All Applications for Graduate Research Support are due on the following schedule:
- 1st Monday in October for events from June 1 - February 28
- 1st Monday in February for events from October 1 - June 30
- Complete the Application Form (fillable PDF form also available on GradCentral or throught the Academic Program Coordinator)
- Meet with faculty advisor, who must sign the application to indicate support of the project (Electronic signatures are possible, if required)
- Submit full, completed application through the form below.
- Graduate Studies Committee will review application
- The Academic Program Coordinator will notify applicant of committee's decision
Please be as detailed as possible. Include details of all expenses you might incur for this project/travel, even if you are not including all expenses in your request. Indicate if you are only asking for a portion of your expenses to be covered. The committee would like to know the full scope of the expenses to better inform funding decisions.