The Arts, Science + Culture Initiative supports the Graduate Collaboration Grants to encourage independent trans-disciplinary research between students in the arts and the sciences. Each group may consist of two or three graduate students, with at least one in the arts/humanities and one from the sciences, who work together over the course of five months to investigate a subject from the perspectives offered by each of their disciplines. Projects will be conducted from December 2023 through May 2024, with a public presentation scheduled at the end of the academic year. The projects may take the form of a publishable paper, photographic documentation, film, music score, performance, theater piece, exhibition, documented research experiment, or another agreed-upon format. Proposals will be reviewed and selected in November.
Successful proposals may request up to $3,000 to cover costs for materials, use of media labs, computation facilities, and in some cases machine-shop time, as well as costs associated with the design, implementation, literary documentation, publication, and/or presentation of the project.
November 10, 2023 at 11:59pm.