June 15, 2020
Kenyon has announced plans to resume in-person instruction for fall semester. Read more here.
Kenyon College encourages its faculty members to seek funding for their research and other scholarly activities from outside the College. If the grant/award requires unscheduled time away from the College, the application must first be discussed with the department chair and the provost.
Faculty members regularly seek grants to support their academic or professional endeavors such as research,
Please contact the Associate Director of Faculty Grants & Fellowships if you are thinking about applying for a grant, fellowship, or any other funding. The ADFGF can help you navigate the application process. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to allow adequate time for Provost approval and to make any corrections to errors found in the application during the submission process. The due date is too late.
The Assistant Controller will work with you on the development of your project budget and must approve the budget before the Provost will approve the submission of the application.
Notify the Associate Director of Faculty Grants & Fellowships if any of the following College resources are required by the grant:
Please contact the Associate Director of Faculty Grants & Fellowships when you are awarded a grant or fellowship. All of your grant proposals, successful or not, should be listed in the annual update of your CV.
In addition to consulting with the Associate Director of Faculty Grants & Fellowships, faculty members may want to avail themselves of the following resources:
Grant Deadlines (from "The Grant Advisor")
Grant Writing (A list of websites offering tutorials, tips, etc.)
Newton's List (A Gateway to International Research Collaboration — Science/Social Science)
Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education
IRS guidance on fellowships
it indicates that fellowships to faculty ARE taxable.
Scholarships, Fellowship Grants, Grants, and Tuition Reductions