Proposals will be evaluated and awards will be granted among two pools of eligible applicants:
Doctoral Students: Applicants must be advanced doctoral students who have completed course work but who have not received the Ph.D. by December 2021.
Faculty/Post-Graduates: Applicants must hold a Ph.D. and be working as a post-doctoral fellow or scholar at any rank with an academic affiliation.
Collaborative projects between scholars, as well as those between scholars and practitioners, are welcome. However, doctoral student proposals must be solo-authored or co-authored with other graduate students. Faculty/post-graduate proposals may include doctoral students as co-investigators, but faculty/post-graduates must be the lead investigator.
Finally, any single individual can only be named in one submission. Additionally, CAWP grant recipients from 2020 are not eligible for this round of grants.
We welcome projects that reflect a wide range of methodological approaches and strongly encourage applications from scholars who are from groups that are underrepresented in the academy.