CHA's Small Grant is intended to provide support for the research and creative efforts of CU Boulder faculty to deepen and enrich the range of humanistic and artistic activities on campus. Consult the Policies section before completing this application. 

DEADLINES for AY 21-22
EXTENDED: September 15, 2021
November 1, 2021
February 1, 2022
EXTENDED: June 1, 2022

Questions? Email cu-cha@colorado.edu.

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List all former CHA Small Grants (formerly GCAH) you’ve received in the past five years. Include project title, amount received, and date report was submitted.
List additional sources of support indicating whether or not support has been granted. Include agency/unit supporting, amount requested, awarded yes/no/pending.
Describe available supplementary funds (e.g., from College Dean, department or your faculty research account). For individual research we expect faculty to use their primary research account before applying for a CHA Small Grant.
Max three pages, double-spaced, 12 pt. type. Please provide information about (1) the nature of the work, (2) the importance of the work to your research area and your career (3) expected outcomes, (4) a breakdown of your budget. We will still allow Small Grant applications for guest remote lectures if you are teaching remotely for the ENTIRE Spring 2022 semester. Be sure to list the amount of honoraria you will be distributing per classroom remote guest lecture—the maximum amount of honoraria you can distribute is $200 per person/lecture. The total amount of funds you can apply for is $1000.00. It would be helpful for the committee to know how these classroom remote guest lectures will ultimately help you as an artist/researcher/scholar, even if only to free up your time to work on your art/scholarship. Classroom remote guest lectures cannot be retroactively funded beyond the small grant deadline.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.