Grants Projects

The Washington University Libraries have several grants that allow the Libraries a unique opportunity to pursue projects that enhance our collections and contributions to the university community, library profession, and scholars around the world.

For more information, contact Grants and Accounts Specialist Stephanie Bemberg.

Active Grants

Processing and Digitizing A.E. Hotchner Papers, Processing David Wagoner Papers, and Digitizing Student Publications
Newman’s Own Foundation
Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Level Playing Field: Digitizing and Disseminating William Miles’ Black Champions Interviews
National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Liberating the Spoken Word: Poetry Readings and Literary Performances in St. Louis, 1969-2005
National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Book Arts Mentoring Program
Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Preservation of Won by a Sweet
National Film Preservation Foundation
Eric P Newman Numismatic Portal
Eric P Newman Numismatic Education Society
Support for Korean Studies-Resources
Korea Foundation

Completed Grants

IASSIST Data Curation Workshop
International Association for Social Science Information Services & Technology
Documenting the Now: Supporting Scholarly Use and Preservation of Social Media Content
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Revealing Visual Culture: Digitizing Modern Illustrated Periodical Tear Sheets from the Walt Reed Illustration Archive
Council on Library and Information Resources
Eyes on the Prize Interview Digitization and Reassembly Project
National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Preservation of The Streets of Greenwood
National Film Preservation Foundation
Preservation of Code Blue
National Film Preservation Foundation