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The CSF Federalism Research Grant
1. A narrative, not to exceed 1600 words, explaining the scope and significance of the subject matter to be researched, the research design, a work plan, and publication plan (including potential outlets). Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File.
2. Bibliography, not to exceed one page, of works cited and important works in the field. Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File. field. Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File.
3. A line-item budget showing the basis of calculation for each line (e.g., 10 books at $40 per book average = $400). Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File.
4. A recent C.V. Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File.
5. Two letters of recommendation. Upload as a Text, Word, or PDF File.
6. An official, signed letter or form from your institution’s grants officer approving of your application and indicating the institution’s willingness to receive and administer the grant.
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