CDIL offers a variety of fellowships to help faculty and students envision and build digital scholarship projects and/or investigate digital humanities approaches, theories, and research.
The CDIL Digital Scholarship Fellowship program provides time and assistance for faculty members in the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS) to begin or continue exploring digital means for publishing or accomplishing their research. Selected Fellows will receive a course release during the Fall 2021 semester to enable them to work with CDIL staff and faculty in the pursuit of a digital scholarship project or the development of digital scholarship expertise.
The Digital Scholarship Development Fellowship recipient will meet with CDIL staff for 3 to 4 training sessions throughout one semester. The specific content of these sessions will be tailored according to the fellow’s research interests during an initial planning meeting with CDIL staff early in the semester, but general topics covered will include an introduction to digital humanities (DH) tools and methods in the areas of web development, annotation, and text mining, as well as core readings in DH theory. The fellow will also be expected to meet with CDIL staff for a minimum of 1 project development meetings throughout the semester.
The CDIL Graduate Student Fellowship provides funding for a student currently enrolled in a university graduate program to work on the development of CDIL-related digital projects, be they projects related to CDIL connected faculty or that of the graduate student’s own creation.
The CDIL Undergraduate Summer Fellowship Program provides funding for an undergraduate student to work on the development of CDIL-related digital scholarship projects, be they projects related to CDIL-connected faculty or that of the student’s own creation.