Arts and Humanities Fellows

Arts & Humanities Research and Creative Works 

Fellows Program

The University of Missouri’s Office of the Provost and Division of Research, Innovation & Impact are pleased to announce a new internal funding opportunity for arts and humanities faculty.  

This two-year research and creative works support program aims to create structures, supports, and mentoring for early and mid-career faculty members who engage in the arts and humanities. Participants will receive a stipend for a course release and/or other research and creative works support needs. The program also will provide an external mentor, spaces for writing retreats, support for grant writing, and panels and discussion forums on topics pertinent to arts and humanities scholars. The cohort will meet for two years with monthly meetings during the academic year organized by the Office of the Provost and Division of Research, Innovation and Impact.

Arts & Humanities Research and Creative Works Cohort 2022-2024

  • Katina Bitsicas, School of Visual Studies, College of Arts & Science
  • Kenneth Boyce, Philosophy, College of Arts & Science
  • Daniel Cohen, Classics, Archaeology, and Religion, College of Arts & Science
  • Sean Franzel, School of Languages, Literature and Cultures, College of Arts & Science
  • Keith Greenwood, Journalism Studies, School of Journalism
  • Rebecca Hayes, English, College of Arts & Science
  • Linda Helmick, Learning, Teaching & Curriculum, College of Education and Human Development
  • Lynn Itagaki, English, Women’s & Gender Studies, College of Arts & Science
  • Marcello Mogetta, Classics, Archaeology, and Religion, College of Arts & Science
  • Srirupa Prasad, Women’s & Gender Studies, College of Arts & Science
  • Cheryl Sampson, School of Visual Studies, College of Arts & Science
  • Debora Verniz, Architectural Studies, College of Arts & Science
  • Sergio Yona, Classics, Archaeology, and Religion, College of Arts & Science