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Religious Studies Center offers research grants for 2007 to BYU faculty

Applications due June 1

The Religious Studies Center at Brigham Young University is offering a limited number of research grants for the fiscal year 2007 to BYU faculty for projects related to LDS history, doctrine, scripture and culture.

Applications should be submitted by June 1 to 370 Joseph Smith Building, and recipients will be notified around July 20.

Proposals should include a vita, a description of the project, an estimate of financial needs, the length of the project, a department chair recommendation and any other pertinent information.

Funding levels depend upon the nature of the project and could include financial assistance for travel, supplies and wages for research assistants. The money will be available for disbursement on Jan. 1, 2007, and must be used by Dec. 31, 2007.

For more information, contact Cheryl Van Ausdal at (801) 422-3290.

Writer: Brian Rust

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