The CHA’s Communication Project Fund

Published on: 12 Mar 2019

This Communication Project Fund will be used to assist history students and historians who are precariously employed with projects/events that will enhance the digital scholarly communication of history in Canada.
Eligibility Criteria
The applicant must be a CHA member, enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in history or related program or have completed a history or related degree. Projects such as blogs, websites, social network accounts, videos, podcasts, guides, etc.  must provide a direct benefit to the scholarly dissemination of history in Canada and beyond to be considered. Priority will be given to those projects/events that have the potential to have the greatest impact. Funds will be attributed on a one year basis; multi‐year funding is not available. The funding can be allocated to develop already existing projects although priority will be given to new ones. Funds must be used within the year in which the financial support is granted.

Those who obtain funding will be required to submit a brief reportof activities made possible by the CHA Fund by December 31, 2019.

Application Process
Applicants must include their contact information, a short curriculum vitae – 250 words or less, a detailed budget for the project, together with an implementation schedule as well as a list of contributors, if any. See attached form.

Selection Committee
The committee consists of the CHA Treasurer, the CHA Council member responsible for outreach, as well as an appointed member by the CHA Executive. The committee will review applications and determine the projects/events that best meet the program criteria.  

Administration of the Fund
The Selection Committee will process the applications to the fund and will make the decisions on the grants to be awarded.

Project Funding
The deadline for applications is 30 April. The number of projects selected for funding will depend on the availability of fund in any given year up to a maximum of $1,000 per project. Successful applicants must submit a written report once their project is completed.

Application Form

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