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James Tweedie Awarded by Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences James Tweedie (Comparative Literature, Cinema & Media) has been named one of two Academy Film Scholars by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences for 2017. He receives a $25,000 grant...
Regina Yung Lee Creates Publicly Engaged Course on Feminist New Media Studies Regina Yung Lee (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies) has developed a new graduate seminar based on her work as a 2017 Mellon Summer Fellow for New Graduate Seminars in the Humanities. The...
Liina-Ly Roos Awarded Alvord Fellowship in the Humanities Liina-Ly Roos, a doctoral student in Scandinavian Studies, has received the Alvord Fellowship in the Humanities for her teaching and her research in Estonian literature and film, Baltic cinema, and...

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Funding Opportunities

The Simpson Center provides financial and administrative support for crossdisciplinary research, teaching, and engagement projects. Simpson Center funding sponsors a wide range of activities, including fellowships for UW faculty and doctoral students, cross-departmental research groups, scholarly conferences and symposia, and community-engaged collaborations. Read more

Support the Simpson Center

Each year, the Simpson Center receives generous gifts that provide support for a wide range of activities on the UW campus and in the greater Seattle community. These contributions enable the Simpson Center to foster the growth of existing programs and to provide support for new initiatives in the development of cutting edge research, innovative teaching, and campus-community engagement. Learn about ways to give

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