Summer Salary Research Grants, made available from an endowment to support international projects provided in part by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, will again be offered in 1995 by International Programs and Studies. Financial support is available for up to one-ninth of the applicant's academic year salary, or a maximum of $3,500, whichever is less. The grants are intended to fund both basic and applied research. To ensure that applied research is recognized, some funds will be allocated specifically to applied topics conducted by tenure-line faculty members. Proposals will be judged primarily on perceived quality. Younger scholars, Brief: Saturday art classes to begin Sept. 11 The UI School of Art and Design will offer 12-week Saturday morning classes for adults and children, beginning Sept. 11. Separate classes for adults and students in grades seven through 12 will offer instruction in a variety of media, including drawing, watercolor and printmaking. The classes for preschool children and students in grades one through six will provide experiences in painting, sculpture, drawing and crafts. The workshops function as laboratories for students majoring in art education. The student instructors will teach under the immediate supervision of members of the art education staff. A registration fee of $50 per student will be charged. More information is available at 123 Art and Design Building or by calling 333-0418.