Annaley Naegle Redd Assistantship Award (BYU Faculty Only)

If you have additional questions about this award, please contact Amy Carlin with the Redd Center at 801-422-4048 or via e-mail at

The application deadline is 11:59 pm MST on March 15.

The Redd Center will evaluate proposals using the following criteria:
  1. How clearly and persuasively does the applicant explain and justify the research question?
  2. Does the project contribute significantly to an understanding of one or more of these states: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming?
  3. How will the students be mentored?
  4. Will the project enable students to acquire significant new skills?
Personal Information
Applicant's Mailing Address:  
Zip Code:  
Email Address:    
Title of Proposed Project:  
Research Questions In a maximum of 100 words, identify your central research question. 0/100

Elaborate on your research topic and framework. 0/300

Explain how your project increases understanding of one or more of these states:
Idaho, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Utah, Wyoming.

What other research has been done by others on the topic? Summarize specific works. Do not simply provide a bibliography. 0/300

What makes your study unique and/or important in the context of the studies described above? 0/300

Explain how you will conduct your research.
  • How will the students be mentored?
  • Will the project enable students to acquire significant new skills?
  • 0/300

    How do you plan to use your research (i.e. publications, presentation, exhibit, etc.)? 0/300

    How will your students be mentored?

    What experiences and skills will your research assistants obtain?

    Budget Information
    The Redd Center will provide a maximum of $12,000 Include a detailed budget of how you will spend Redd Center funds. Although your research may cost much more, describe only how you will use the Redd Center money.

    Provide an explanation of each budget category and how you determined the amount.
    • If you are driving, list number of miles and the rate you are charging per mile. We cannot guarantee that we will give you federal or institutional mileage rates.
    • If you are flying, please list where you found the airfare.
    • If you are listing lodging expenses, explain where you found the cost. Funds are limited so search for inexpensive options. The Redd Center usually gives $20 a day for per diem unless you describe a special need. The Center does not pay the federal government standard per diem. Please consider using hotel shuttles or the public transportation system rather than renting a car.
    The Redd Center does not fund:
    • Capital equipment (defined as items that would be used for more than this project) without a special explanation of why the equipment is essential for your research.
    • Faculty salaries.
    • Personal salaries.
    • Childcare or other personal expenses.
    • Conference expenses.
    • Overhead
    Conservative budgets are more likely to receive full funding and better ratings from the judges.

    Total: $
    Have you been funded by the Redd Center in the past? If so, which year(s)? Please list publications and/or presentations based on your Redd Center research.

    How did you hear about funding opportunities from the Charles Redd Center?

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