UH offers two fellowships—the Albert J. Colton Fellowship for Projects of National or International Scope and the Delmont R. Oswald Fellowship for Utah Studies—that provide financial support for scholars doing research or applied projects in the humanities. The fellowships are made possible by endowment funds established in memory of Albert J. Colton, a former UH board member, and Delmont R. Oswald, UH’s founding director.
Fellowships are awarded up to $3,500. This includes a $3,000 stipend and up to $500 for public programming costs. Projects must begin on or after May 1. The required draft application is due February 1 and final applications are due March 15. Applicants are notified by May 1.