Summer Fellowship 2018 Opportunities
With support from the WSU Libraries and the College of Arts and Sciences, and in partnership with the Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL) at the University of Idaho, the CDSC is offering a limited number of six-week summer fellowships to attend the 2018 Palouse Digital Scholarship Symposium, and work with CDSC staff to develop and support digital projects.
The fellowships are available to faculty and graduate students at the WSU Pullman campus.
The 2018 fellowships include participation in the one-week Palouse Digital Scholarship Symposium (presented in partnership with the CDIL), as well as five weeks of work on individual projects at the CDSC. Participants must be in Pullman during the full fellowship period (May 11-June 15).
The Palouse Digital Scholarship Symposium is aimed at providing faculty and graduate students with project planning for using digital tools, technologies, and platforms in research, scholarship, and teaching. No prior work with or expertise in digital technology is required, only an open mind. The symposium includes a kick-off event of May 11th, and then runs May 14-18th.
The fellowships provide faculty and graduate students with a partial stipend for projects that incorporate digital tools, technologies, or platforms in research or teaching. No prior experience or technical expertise is required. The fellowship will include structured time at the CDSC where our staff will provide hands-on support to help you implement the project.
Applications, due March 28, 2018, will include a brief project description and statement of interest. To apply for the fellowship, please complete this online form.