GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS
Hagley invites serious researchers to apply for one of our grants to defray the costs of an extended stay intended to use our collections. Grants and fellowships are administered by the Center for the History of Business, Technology and Society.
Types of Grants
Anyone may apply for Hagley's exploratory and Henry Belin du Pont research grants.
- Exploratory grants are limited to one week and are designed to give scholars the opportunity determine if a longer research visit is warranted.
- Henry Belin du Pont research grants may be up to eight weeks and are intended for more intensive use of the collections.
Researchers who first apply for an exploratory grant may ask for a longer research grant if our collections warrant more attention.
Advanced graduate students are eligible for our two dissertation fellowships:
- Henry Belin du Pont dissertation fellowship (four months)
- Louis Galambos National Fellowship in Business & Politics (nine months)
Scholars of any rank with a Ph.D. may also apply for an NEH-Hagley Fellowship.
Doing Research at Hagley
Grant and fellowship recipients have many ways to participate in the Hagley Center's scholarly community while pursuing their research. These opportunities include: