Did you know that you can apply to CBD for up to $2000 toward the cost of materials and supplies for your Divisional work?
Since 2003, CBD has supported student research, funded students to work with faculty at Hampshire and the Five Colleges, and helped send students to internships, placements, and conferences throughout the United States and abroad. Students from all five of Hampshire's schools are invited to apply for CBD support.
Students can apply for funding to perform research and undertake projects that explore the intersections of culture, mind/brain and human growth, and development. Each focus is different, and projects range from the study of neuroscience and dance, to an exploration of cross-cultural perspectives on reproductive health, and an examination of gendered play preferences in children. Grantees receive funds to defray the cost of their research, including travel, housing, program fees, supplies, and equipment.
CBD accepts proposals for divisional projects in the fall and spring semesters.
The 2018 fall deadline for grant proposals is Thursday, October 18, at 4 p.m.
Proposals should be handed in to the Cognitive Science office in Adele Simmons Hall. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
Download the application form here or email CBD for an application. You can also pick up a copy of the guidelines and application from the Schools of Cognitive Sciences; Critical Social Inquiry; Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies; Interdisciplinary Arts; and Natural Sciences.
CBD offers a grants info session every fall and spring. Email us for dates and times.
All students looking for grant proposal tips are welcome at the sessions, even if you're not applying for a grant from CBD. You are strongly encouraged to attend a session prior to submitting your application. You are also encouraged to speak with a CBD Steering Committee member, CBD director, or assistant director prior to submitting your proposal.