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Ridgway Grant

 

Ridgway Grants Suspended until further notice, starting 2021

 

The Ridgway Family Endowment provides funding for the General and Mrs. Matthew B. Ridgway Military History Research Grant Program. The intent of the program is to support on-site research at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC), Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on subjects that are of enduring or emerging value to the history of the Army and are well-supported by the USAHEC's holdings

Grants previously announced in 2020, but which have not yet been received, will be awarded to those recipients. Grant recipients have a two year window to visit USAHEC and conduct their research, starting from the date they are notified of being awarded a grant. One year extensions are possible, by exception.

Grants previously announced in 2019 and 2020, but which have not yet been received, will be awarded to those recipients. Grant recipients will have a two year window to visit USAHEC and conduct their research, starting from the date they are notified of being awarded a grant. One year extensions are possible, by exception.

For Patron awareness, below are updated processes and systems we have put in place aimed at facilitating access and research opportunities both on-site and virtually:

  • On-site research is now by appointment only: https://ahec.armywarcollege.edu/publicresearch/default.cfm. Researchers are required to follow all current health guidelines, please make every effort to coordinate ahead of time in order to maximize allotted time. This will assist the USAHEC staff to plan accordingly and provide the appropriate level of on-site research.
  • For any issues or questions regarding the online catalog and availability of collections, please use http://usawc.libanswers.com for assistance.