Creative and Performing Arts Award (CAPAA)
Graduate School Faculty Support Awards comprise Research and Scholarship Awards (RASA) and Creative and Performing Arts Awards (CAPAA). The Faculty Support Award Program is intended to support faculty research, scholarship, and creative activity while also enhancing graduate student mentoring. It also encourages fellowship proposal writing, ensures accountability, and increases visibility of faculty achievement. The AY 2019-20 CAPAA competition is held in Fall 2018. Faculty may apply for a Semester or a Summer Award.
Eligibility: Faculty holding full-time tenured and tenure-track positions at the University of Maryland, College Park are eligible to apply. Faculty must have the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor. The Summer CAPAA is available to faculty on a 9-, 9.5, or 10- month contract. Faculty are eligible for only one CAPAA or RASA in any three-year period. Please consult the Award Guidelines for additional eligibility requirements.
Application Deadline: Monday, October 1, 2018.
Applicants and Chairs each must log in to the Fellowship and Award Application Portal to submit the application and letter of evaluation.
CAPAA Guidelines (PDF)