Penn State Research Travel Grant program
The Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State is proud to announce that we are accepting applications for our Summer Research Travel Grant program.
Awards of $1,500 to be used for travel to the Penn State’s University Park campus to utilize the Library’s collections for academic research are available in the following areas:
Dorothy Foehr Huck Research Travel Award
This award supports researchers using any of the Eberly Family Special Collection Library’s collections.
Helen F. Faust Women Writers Research Travel Award
This award supports researchers whose work focuses on women writers, and who would benefit from the use of the Eberly Family Special Collections Library’s collections.
Albert M. Petska Eighth Air Force Archives Research Travel Award
This award supports researchers utilizing the Eighth Air Force archive, 1939-2000.
Mary Ann O’Brian Malkin Research Travel Award
This award supports researchers whose work focuses on the history of dance and dance notation, and who would benefit from using the Malkin collection of early dance, 1531-1804.
William W. Scranton Research Travel Award
This award supports research in the personal papers of the late Governor William W. Scranton covering his legacy as a Pennsylvania congressional representative (1961-1963), governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1963-1967), chair of the Presidential Commission on Campus Unrest, presidential candidate (1964); and U.S. representative to the United Nations (1976-1977).
Please visit Special Collections’ website for the application and more information.