Lunch & Learn: The CESTA DH Fellows Program
CESTA's Digital Humanities Fellows Program is designed to prepare graduate students for a future where digital scholarship is the norm. This year the program is tailored to advanced graduate students (ABD) and recent PhDs with digital projects that would benefit from integration into a community of scholars and practitioners, participation in curated workshops, and, perhaps most importantly, receive two quarters (up to 150 hours) of dedicated support from an undergraduate research intern.
In advance of the upcoming application deadline (October 31), prospective applicants are encouraged to attend this workshop to learn more about the application process, expectations, and benefits of the DH Fellows Program. Participants will have an opportunity to meet and pose questions to program director Will Fenton and past program director, Nicole Coleman; hear from recent fellows about their experience working with undergraduate research interns; and learn more about CESTA's support for graduate students.
This workshop will include lunch and take place at the Stanford Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis in Wallenberg 433A. A Zoom link is available upon request from Office Management Intern, Daniela Perez (perezd20 [at] stanford.edu (perezd20[at]stanford[dot]edu)).