The College of Arts & Science has created a small dedicated funding stream for grants to support publication subvention and/or specific costs associated with publication permissions. This is a pilot project and is subject to the availability of funds.
The College of Arts & Science should not be the funding source of first resort for subvention and/or permissions costs. Faculty applying for CAS funds will be required to pursue other sources of funding. CAS Subvention grants will not exceed $2000.
Eligible faculty include tenured and tenure track faculty for whom research, scholarship, and/or creative activity are included as one of their primary job responsibilities. Faculty members are not eligible for multiple subvention grants in a 3 year period.
Subvention requests must be submitted to CAS before the final manuscript goes to press.
Subventions will be considered for costs associated with the publication or production of:
Routine author activities, such as indexing, or page and reprint costs of articles in professional journals, are not covered. If the book is not published, the author is expected to return the subvention grant to CAS.
Cost sharing requirement
Faculty members should make every effort to obtain funds for subvention and/or permissions costs from a variety of sources before approaching the CAS dean’s office. Potential sources include:
Some of these potential sources of funding work on established deadlines, thus faculty members who know that they will require subvention and/or permissions costs funding should explore these options as soon as they learn of their needs for subvention and/or permissions funding.
Application process for CAS subvention grants:
Eligible faculty may apply for subvention/permissions funds through REDCap: https://redcap.vanderbilt.edu/surveys/?s=DPFNJ3DEAC
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Questions should be direct to Dean of Humanities Bonnie Dow.