The A. Peter Costanza Doctoral Programs in Music Endowment Fund

 

Purpose

The A. Peter Costanza Doctoral Programs in Music Endowment Fund was established on June 24, 2011 with gifts from emeritus professor of music, A. Peter Costanza.

Grant Description

The fund’s distribution shall provide support for equipment, travel, materials and any other areas deemed appropriate for doctoral students in the School of Music to complete their research ($300 maximum per award).

Eligibility

To qualify, candidates’ PhD dissertation and/or DMA document proposals must have been approved.  All awardees shall be selected by the School of Music Graduate Committee.

Application Process

Individuals need to complete The Ohio State University School of Music A. Peter Costanza Doctoral Programs in Music Endowment Fund Grant Application and turn it in to the office of the Chair of Graduate Studies. Applications must be endorsed by a faculty member.

The A. Peter Costanza Doctoral Programs in Music Endowment Fund Grant Application [pdf]

Review Process

Applications will be reviewed by the School of Music Graduate Committee. The proposal review will consist of an overall assessment of the merits of the proposed project (benefits to the student, how likely the student is to complete the task successfully, feasibility of the budget, etc.) as well as an assessment of the merits of the application itself (how well it explains the project and its benefits, the completeness of the application, readability, etc.). All proposals must be submitted between September 1 and April 30.


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