Research Grants for Global Mormon Studies Projects

By October 7, 2018

Thanks to Caroline Kline, Research Assistant Professor at Claremont Graduate University for passing this along to us!

The Mormon Studies program at Claremont Graduate University is now funding research grants for people studying global Mormonism.

While they will be accepting proposals for the next few months, they will be giving preference to proposals we receive by the end of October. Our hope is to see significant progress on funded projects by April 2019. We are interested in helping to fund projects that are already underway, as well as new projects.

Please see the call for proposals HERE, and contact Caroline if you have any questions.

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