In order to encourage and develop excellent faith-integrated scholarship and research, we offer faculty opportunities to develop their own research as well as collaborate on intercollegiate projects that promote high-quality scholarship.
Networking Grants for Christian Scholars
Networking Grants for Christian Scholars were created to encourage collaborative scholarship among faculty serving at our institutions and to connect these faculty with broader networks of scholars and professionals. The program’s goal is to create and disseminate high-quality scholarship that brings Christian voices into contemporary academic conversations.
Applicants may choose from two options:
Planning Grants: Networking teams can receive a one-year grant of $1,500 – $3,000 to plan research projects (up to three grants awarded).
Initiative Grants: Networking teams can receive a three-year grant of $18,000 to implement research projects (up to two grants awarded).
Bridging the Two Cultures of Science and the Humanities II 2017-2019
Organized and implemented by Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford (SCIO), our UK subsidiary, the Bridging the Two Cultures seminar is a significant opportunity for up to 25 early- to mid-level career faculty members from around the world to experience an enhanced summer program at Oxford that is aimed at developing interdisciplinary skills in science and religion, as well as growth in research and student-focused activities on participants’ home campuses.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 10, 2017