When is the deadline for grant proposals?
March 1 and October 1
How do I contact the Wabash Center?
Who can apply for a grant?
Full-time faculty teaching in North American schools of higher education - Colleges, Universities, and Theological Schools. In general, faculty need to be either located in a religion or theology department or working full-time in an ATS accredited theological school.
What type of research projects do you fund?
The Wabash Center funds projects directly related to teaching and learning in theology and religion. We do not fund the creation of textbooks or materials for classroom use. We occasionally fund projects directly focused on issues related to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion.
Who can be involved with a grant project?
In general, people involved with the work associated with a funded project are considered full-time religion and theology faculty who are teaching in North American schools of higher education - Colleges, Universities, and Theological Schools. Occasionally, consultants outside the disciplines of religious studies and theology can be included as consultants. Decisions about inclusion of non-full-time faculty are made on a case by case basis. Sometimes this may include graduate students and adjunct faculty.
Are high school religion programs or programs in religion not associated with a religion department eligible to apply for a grant?
High school programs are not eligible. However, programs in religion located at colleges or universities that do not have a religion department may be eligible for grant funding.
Are non-profit agencies eligible for funding?
In general, non-profit agencies are not eligible for funding. However, occasionally a project may be directly associated with a theological school, college, or university. In that case the project may be eligible. Contact Paul Myhre email@example.com to determine eligibility for funding.
Can I receive counseling or coaching about how to write a grant?
Yes. Dr. Paul Myhre welcomes inquiries about funding and is glad to look at drafts of grant proposals and offer feedback about how they might be strengthened prior to formal submission for funding consideration.
Do you fund the creation of websites or digital materials for teaching?
In general, the answer is no. Contact Paul Myhre firstname.lastname@example.org to determine eligibility for funding.
Do you fund travel outside North America?
No. Funding support for travel is restricted to North America.
Do you fund educational expenses for theological education?
No. We only fund projects directly related to faculty issues in teaching and student learning.
Do you fund scholarship projects not related to teaching and learning issues?
No. We only fund projects directly related to faculty issues in teaching and student learning
Do you fund projects that will be located in congregations, regional church organizations, or in mission related contexts?
No. We only fund projects directly related to religion or theology faculty teaching and learning issues in colleges, universities, and theological schools.