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Texas A&M Funding Opportunities

Office for Diversity Guidelines for Funding Requests -- Funding requests will be considered for their potential to significantly and positively impact the University’s Diversity Plan goals:

  • Accountability -- Programs that enhance or establish structures and processes that promote accountability for achieving our diversity goals.
     
  • Climate -- Programs that promote or enhance an inclusive working and learning environment that fully recognizes, values, and integrates diversity.
     
  • Equity -- Programs that promote a campus culture that is free from discrimination and harassment and one that is committed to valuing diverse skills, knowledge, and experience.

If you have any questions or concerns accessing this application, please feel free to contact us by phone (979-458-2905) or by email (diversity@tamu.edu).

2018-2020 DIVERSITY MATTERS Seed Grant Programs -- The Diversity Matters Seed Grant program supports research projects designed to make a positive impact on Texas A&M University’s Diversity Plan goals of accountability, climate, and equity. Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss proposal topics with their relevant Diversity Operations Committee representative(s) prior to submission. To see examples of successful proposals, please review the following documents:

   2015-2016 Funded Seed Grant Proposals
   2016-2017 Funded Seed Grant Proposals
   2017-2018 Funded Seed Grant Proposals

Melvin G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research -- The Glasscock Center is dedicated to fostering and celebrating the humanities and humanities research among the community of scholars at Texas A&M University and in the world beyond the academy. The Glasscock Center awards residential fellowships, research fellowships, course development grants, funding for working groups, publication support, and research matching awards for independent and cross-disciplinary research in the humanities.

External Funding Opportunities