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Digital Scholarship Start-Up grants

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The Digital Scholarship Lab is pleased to announce the Digital Scholarship Start-Up program, supported by the Center for Computation & Technology (CCT). Funds are available to hire a graduate student to advance a digital scholarship project related to research or teaching. Digital tools and methods must be central to the project. Proposals can request from 25 up to 60 hours, for use in Spring 2019 or Summer 2019 (June only; work must be completed by June 30, 2019).

For more details about student appointments and conditions of the award, see the DSL website:  https://dsl.lsu.edu/opportunities/. Submit an application for funds by January 14, 2019.  Applications should be emailed as a Word document to the Digital Scholarship Lab (dsl@lsu.edu), and consist of:

  • Project description: an overview of the overall project and an explanation of what work the student will do (300-500 words),
  • Requested time for support: Spring or Summer 2019,
  • Student information:  how many hours the student will work (25-60), and the name and department of potential graduate student assistant(s).

Email the Digital Scholarship Lab (dsl@lsu.edu) with any questions.

 

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