Events Funding

The Center for Collaborative History (CCH), serves as the special activities funding arm for the Department of History, including the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies and the Program in History of Science. Please use the form below to submit your funding request to the funding committee. Please contact Jennifer Loessy, Manager of the Center for Collaborative History, for more information.

Please Note:

  • Events that take place (all or in part) on Friday mornings, will not be eligible for funding, due to a conflict with the Davis Center seminars.
  • Funding requests are brought to the committee once a month.
  • Notification of funding decisions will be emailed out to the requestors.

Campus Status:
For undergraduate or graduate students, please provide the name of a faculty member if one is associated with your event. If not, leave blank.
Does your event or any component of your event take place on a Friday morning?
Event Type:
Please list the date or dates that you event will take place on; use the Month-Day-Year format.
Please list the time or times for your event.
Please provide a brief description of the event you are planning.
Please explain how history will figure prominently into this/these event(s):
What is the over all budget for this event?
What other departments/programs/centers have you requested funding from? Please include the amount that was requested and what has/will be received.
Please provide the department number for a funds transfer.
Please provide the program code for a funds transfer.
Do you need the Center for Collaborative History to assist you with your event?
Please Note: Administrative assistance from the Center for Collaborative History will be at the discretion of the Director, and is not guaranteed when receiving funding.
If you are planning a multi-day event (for workshops, seminars, conferences, etc.) please attach the schedule of events.
One file only.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png, txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx.
90 MB limit per form.