UHC offers two Research Fellowships made possible by endowment funds established in memory of Albert J. Colton, a former UHC board member, and Delmont R. Oswald, UHC's founding director. Fellowships provide support for scholarly exploration of important topics in the humanities and require at least two public programs tailored for and delivered to a general public audience to ensure that the shared stories are available to communities in Utah.
Albert J. Colton Research Fellowship is for Projects of National or International Scope
Delmont R. Oswald Research Fellowship is for Utah Studies—that provide financial support for scholars doing research in the humanities.
Eligibility and Guidelines
- up to $3,500 ($3,000 stipend; $500 for public program expenses)
Research Fellowships May Not Be Used For
- research related to a degree program
- institutions (only for individual scholars)
How to Apply
The online application cannot be saved and/or accessed later and recommend that you have supporting materials ready to attach to the application before beginning the process. However, you may review the online application in advance without entering data.
Program Start Date: Proposed project/activities must begin on or after May 1
Required Draft Application Deadlines
Final Application Deadlines
UHC Board of Directors
- View This Years and Past Years Award Projects/Recipients (pdf)
Funded Grants: Grant Award Package
When a grant is awarded, UHC will email the research fellow a contract, council logo, and sign along with the following attachments
- Final Report (pdf)
- Contact Jodi Graham 801-359-9670 x105.