Faculty Fellowships & Grants
The Lisska Center promotes a culture of faculty scholarship and supports and recognizes faculty in their role as scholars. We encourage faculty members to apply for external (non-Denison) fellowships and residencies. We also coordinate the Research Tables program, which provides internal funding for interdisciplinary faculty learning communities. We celebrate faculty scholarship through the Monomoy Faculty Research Dinners and Monday Musings.
Course Enrichment Fund
The Course Enrichment Fund (formerly called the Academic Enhancement Fund), provides grants of up to $500/course to faculty members looking to supplement a regular semester course with a field trip or similar activity
Internal (Denison-funded) faculty fellowships
Internal (Denison-funded) faculty fellowships, including pre-tenure, Robert C. Good, and William G. Bowen fellowships and Denison University Research Foundation (DURF) grants, and other professional development grants are handled by the Office of the Provost. Details can be found on MyDenison at Campus Resources/Office of the Provost/Professional Development.
External (non-Denison) fellowships and residencies
We are available to help faculty members seeking information and applying for external (non-Denison) fellowships and residencies. These competitive opportunities can fund research, help underwrite a publication or a body of artwork, or provide a quiet space to write while on sabbatical.
For more information on external fellowships & residencies or to inquire whether your proposal requires approval, please contact:
Please note: You’ll find that the Grant Advisor also provides listings of federal and foundation grants for individual scholarship and institutional programs. These opportunities include science and humanities research funding, as well as support for student researchers. The difference between this funding and fellowships/residencies is that grant money goes to Denison to then disburse to faculty, whereas fellowship and residency funds usually are distributed directly to faculty members. Denison’s foundation and corporate relations director, Meg Galipault, manages this area of faculty scholarship, assisting in writing, budgeting and submitting proposals, most of which require approval by the Controller’s and Provost’s offices.