These lists of potential sources were compiled by the Hall Center for the Humanities. The collection includes opportunities for scholars in Dance, Film, Digital Humanities, Latin American Studies and many more.
The Research and Publication Fund supports costs associated with the publication of faculty scholarly or creative activities. The fund may be used to offset the cost of obtaining permissions, reproducing photographs or other images, transcribe interviews, or, occasionally, of indexing. The fund may not be used to pay for editors.helps faculty publish their work. Funds must be paid back using revenue obtained from the sales of the publication. This fund cannot be used by faculty with access to individual or department funding.
The Undergraduate REsearch and Creative Activities Center works to promote undergraduate research and creative activity across Wake Forest College. The Center provides funding opportunities for undergraduate research, travel, and mentoring.
The Wake Forest Research Fellowship Program funds summer research in all academic fields under the guidance of a Wake Forest professor.
The Richter Scholarship Program supports independent study by students who travel away from Winston-Salem. The process is highly competitive.
The Undergraduate Student Stipends for Participation in International Conferences/Activities funds to participate in a variety of international activities, including a presentation or attendance at: an international conference; a domestic conference with an international focus; or a workshop or other activity with an international focus.
The Starr Travel Awards Program funds to defray travel expenses for students traveling to present research findings.
Wake Forest and its affiliates provide a large number of scholarships for students interested in studying abroad, whether as part of a program or for research purposes.