What makes a good SoReMo project proposal?

Proposal contents

Looking for a `model proposal'? It could be the  one you write! SoReMo do not want to limit anyone to any specific disciplinary view. Therefore, while we cannot offer a formal template for writing a SoReMo project proposal, we can give you some guidelines. 

In the application form, you are asked several questions, including the proposed title, summary of, and rationale for the project. The rationale should be approximately a 1-2 page essay. 

As you draft your proposal, think about the following questions, all of which are critical to the success of your proposal and project: 

As you think about this, you can also read about previously supported projects here

Evaluation process and selection of Fellows

A panel consisting of a SoReMo core faculty will convene to discuss all submitted proposals and select which are most worthy of being supported by the fellowship during the current semester. All proposers may expect to hear back from SoReMo faculty no later than two weeks after the application deadline, but very likely sooner. 

Evaluation criteria

All proposals are evaluated according to three main criteria:

Additional criteria may include:

You may enjoy reading about the faculty perspective in this editorial piece we wrote in the first issue of our journal