The Newberry Library Consortium Grant Guidelines


Located in Chicago, Illinois


Founded in 1887 by Walter L. Newberry, the Newberry Library is a public, non-lending library. Its collections center on history and culture of Western Europe from the Middle Ages up through the mid-twentieth century. Holdings also encompass materials on the Americas from initial European contact with American Indians to western expansion.


Oklahoma State University is a consortium member of the Newberry Librarys Center for Renaissance Studies (CRS). The CRS specializes in materials and programs for medievalists, Renaissance scholars, and early modernists studying England, France, Italy, and Spain.

Through OSUs membership, the College of Arts and Sciences offers competitive travel grants to junior faculty and graduate students to conduct research at the Newberry Library and/or attend CRS seminars, programs, and events. These limited awards range from $500 to $1,000. While on site and researching the collections, grant recipients receive special retrieval and copying services.

Newberry Library Online Resources (exhibits, images, and electronic databases)


OSU faculty and graduate students also receive preferential consideration when applying for special fellowships:







FY 2014 Newberry Consortium Travel Grant Competition



Who: Tenured and tenure-track faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences


What: Reimbursement up to $1000 to travel to the Newberry Library to be a presenter at a symposium, workshop, conference, and/or for research


Proposals Due: October 9, 2013


Funding Period: January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014


Deliverable Due: Annual (November) OSU-CRS Symposium Presentation