UC Davis is part of the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies (CRS) Consortium, which supports graduate students and faculty with research at the Newberry Library in Chicago. As a member of the Consortium, UC Davis graduate students and faculty have access to special funding and research opportunities at the Newberry Library. For more information, see https://mems.ucdavis.edu/Newberry or reach out to our campus's Consortium Representative, Professor Gina Bloom.
Funding for Newberry and Folger travel is allocated by UC Davis on a rolling basis, and you do not have to have been admitted yet to your selected program in order to apply for funds. So as soon as you know you plan to apply for a program, you can submit your application for funding. The priority deadline for applications is November 1 of the academic year when the program is being held.
- To apply for funding for the 2022-23 academic year, fill out this brief application form.
- To apply for funding for the 2023-24 academic year, fill out this brief application form.
To find out about upcoming programs, visit https://www.newberry.org/research/research-centers/renaissance-studies/consortium