Aldo P. Magi Grants in Aid of Independent Research

Through the generosity of Betty A. Thompson, the Society offers the Aldo P. Magi Grants in Aid of Independent Research.

Purpose: To award research projects on Wolfe that are undertaken without other support and without the prospect of royalties or revenue.

Rules and Procedures:  This grant is made possible through the generosity of Betty A. Thompson. It is intended to defray the costs of research projects on Thomas Wolfe conducted independently (undertaken without other support and without the prospect of royalties or revenue). There is no formal application process and awards–anticipated to range from $100 to $500–are made on a case-by-case basis. Proposals should be explained in a letter submitted to the Chair of the Grant Committee. The letter should include a statement that the project is undertaken without other support and without the prospect of royalties or revenue.

Sponsor: Thomas Wolfe Society

Grant: Varies

Send applications to:

Dr. Joseph M. Flora

Chair of the Grant Committee

jflora@email.unc.edu

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Recipients of the Aldo P. Magi Grants in Aid of Independent Research
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2008 
Joanne Marshall Mauldin
2009 
Jan G. Hensley
2011  
J. Todd Bailey
2013  
Mark Canada

Aldo P. Magi, Feb. 21, 2011. Photo by Dr. Steven D. Rogers.

Aldo P. Magi, Feb. 21, 2011. Photo by Dr. Steven D. Rogers.