Archive for April, 2014
Lots of big changes here at the NHPRC over the past few months. You can read all about our new grant programs, meet our new Commission Member, and check out stories about some ongoing projects at http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/newsletter/2014/april/.
I would like to bring to your attention two upcoming webinars regarding the NHPRC’s proposed new grant program for State Board Programming Grants. This program replaces the former State and National Archival Partnership (SNAP) grant program. The webinar schedule and instructions appear at the end of this message. The National Historical Publications and Records Commission seeks […]
I’m pleased to host two webinars to discuss the grant announcement for Publishing Historical Records in Documentary Editions. Changes in the grant announcement mean that current recipients and new applicants are encouraged to attend. The first is Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 3:00 pm EDT The second is Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 2:00 pm […]
I would like to bring to your attention three upcoming webinars regarding NHPRC’s proposed new grant program for Access to Historical Records. The webinar schedule and instructions appear at the end of this message. The National Historical Publications and Records Commission invites applications for its new archival grant program to promote the preservation and use […]
Today you will find the NHPRC grant programs for FY2015 posted on our website with links to the grant application forms that appear on Grants.gov. The link to our grant announcements page is located at the following URL: http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/ The NHPRC programs are as follows: Access to Historical Records State Board Programming Grants Literacy and […]
A heartfelt thank you to those who commented on the draft NHPRC grant programs over the past several weeks. We received close to 75 comments via this blog, emails, listservs, and letters, and the Commission members have seen all of them. The thoughtfulness and passion found in many of your comments ensures that the Commission […]