Notes on Probability from the Rudolf Carnap Papers Collection

A&SC Research Grants & Awards

Archives & Special Collections (A&SC) is pleased to offer several opportunities for instructors, students, and scholars to apply for grants and awards that use our distinctive collections to create new scholarship and share this knowledge with the broader community. We hope you'll consider applying!

Various materials used by undegrads in ASRA

Archival Scholars Research Award (ASRA)

ASRA Awards are granted to qualified undergraduates every year to fund a semester-long research project using resources from Pitt Libraries.

Arlen Specter

Arlen Specter Center Research Fellowship

The Specter Fellowship, funded by the Arlen Specter Center of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, provides funding for graduate and post-grad students with focuses in political science, international affairs, or any related field to do work with the collection.

Wilfrid Sellars, Philosopher

Center for Philosophy of Science Summer Research Fellowship

Interested in our Archive of Scientific Philosophy? The Center for Philosophy of Science sponsors a month-long fellowship to do research with these materials.

Ginny (wife) and Dick Thornburgh

Dick Thornburgh Forum for Law and Public Policy Grant Awards

The Thornburgh Forum offers a number of awards for faculty, undergraduates, and law school students.

Elsie Hillman

Elsie Hillman Civic Forum Student Programs

The Elsie Hillman Civic Forum sponsors several programs for students to become more involved in their community and connect with local leaders.

Erroll Garner and Martha Glaser

Erroll Garner - Martha Glaser Archive Research Award

This award supports researchers interested in working with the Erroll Garner Archive. The award is designed for intense use of the collection in order to produce a body of work related to Erroll Garner or Martha Glaser. See our guide for more on this collection.

1890 Homestead Steel Works Illustration

Homestead Steel Strike and the Growth of America as an Industrial Power

The Homestead Steel Strike and the Growth of America as an Industrial Power is a one week workshop open to K-12 teachers, school administrators, home schooling parents, and graduate students in educations. The workshop, scheduled for July 11-17 and July 18-26, 2021, is funded by The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and will give participants the chance to immerse themselves in the battle from both sides by examining primary sources related to Carnegie and Frick’s business practices, worker conditions, the direct aftermath of the battle, and what came in later years as U.S. business took stock of the relationship between management and labor.


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