Proposals Welcomed for Tri-Co Digital Humanities and Digital Scholarship Funding

Posted May 16th, 2013 at 10:42 am.

The following email was sent to faculty and staff by Director of Digital Research and Teaching Katherine Rowe on Thursday, May 9.

Dear Colleagues,

We are excited to announce the next round of Tri-Co DH grants for faculty and staff. For those wanting to pursue summer work, the Steering Committee will expedite proposals received by May 25. For those looking to pursue projects next year, the deadline is Sept. 1. Details may be consulted at

Deadlines: expedited May 25 deadline for Summer & Fall | Sept 1 for Fall & Spring
Submit to: Jen Rajchel, Assistant Director, TDH.

TDH grants may cover a wide-variety of digital scholarship initiatives, from training sessions at DHSI to project development, design and implementation. The three categories of grants (DH Seed, Training, and Pilot) are scaled to foster a variety of kinds of innovation, from initial explorations to full-scale projects. Faculty and staff in any discipline are eligible.

For our previous round of grants, we have funded training at workshops and conferences such as DHSI; implementation of small-scale digital publishing/design projects such as Traces of Mind Control; student research assistance on digital projects such as the Early Novels Database; and large-scale, inter-institutional collaborations. For those interested in developing a new digital project, TDH will connect you with experts who can assist in planning and implementation.

If you have any questions, would like further information, or would simply like to brainstorm ideas – please contact Katherine Rowe, Director of Tri-Co DH at or Jen Rajchel, Assistant Director of Tri-Co DH at

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