Grants

Grants

The Virtual Martin Luther King Project has received funding from a variety of academic, regional, and national institutions.

National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Projects for the Public

Production Grant, Funded for 2019, $200,000

The Digital Projects for the Public program supports projects that interpret and analyze humanities content in primarily digital platforms and formats, such as websites, mobile applications and tours, interactive touch screens and kiosks, games, and virtual environments. Funded projects are designed to attract broad public audiences.

North Carolina Humanities Council

Large Grant, Funded for Fall 2017-2018, $20,000

The North Carolina Humanities Council serves as an advocate for lifelong learning and thoughtful dialogue about all facets of human life. They facilitate the exploration and celebration of the many voices and stories of North Carolina’s cultures and heritage.

Through their programs, the NCHC seek to cultivate informed and active citizenship as an outgrowth of new awareness of self and community.

North Carolina State University Provost’s Office

Exhibiting vMLK at the Smithsonian for ACCelerate Festival of Creativity and Innovation, Funded for Fall 2017, $10,000

The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost recognizes the contributions of outstanding faculty through a variety of academic awards and honors.

The vMLK Project was funded through the Office of the Provost as an exemplar of faculty scholarship.

North Carolina State University College of Humanities and Social Science/Humanities Endowment

Experiencing King at NC State, Funded for Summer and Fall of 2016, $20,000

The endowment allows NC State faculty, as innovators in their own fields, to advance our understanding of how people think and act. They include internationally renowned experts in digital humanities, linguistics, forensic science, foreign languages, communication, psychology, literature, history, archaeology and more. The philosophy is that outstanding faculty attract other top faculty who, in turn, attract great students. It is imperative to build the college’s endowment to help recruit and support our outstanding faculty

North Carolina Humanities Council

Small Grant, Funded for 2016, $2,000

The North Carolina Humanities Council serves as an advocate for lifelong learning and thoughtful dialogue about all facets of human life. They facilitate the exploration and celebration of the many voices and stories of North Carolina’s cultures and heritage.

Through their programs, the NCHC seek to cultivate informed and active citizenship as an outgrowth of new awareness of self and community.

North Carolina Humanities Council

Small Grant, Funded for Fall 2014, $1200

The North Carolina Humanities Council serves as an advocate for lifelong learning and thoughtful dialogue about all facets of human life. They facilitate the exploration and celebration of the many voices and stories of North Carolina’s cultures and heritage.

Through their programs, the NCHC seek to cultivate informed and active citizenship as an outgrowth of new awareness of self and community.

North Carolina State University CHASS

Scholarship and Research Award, Funded for Fiscal Year of 2013-2014, $6,000

These faculty scholar awards provide funding for professors to jump start a research project in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS).