Center for Digital Humanities Scholarship and Pedagogy
The mission of the Drew Center for Digital Humanities Scholarship and Pedagogy is to create a space for faculty, staff, and students from across the university to collaborate and experiment with digital tools and approaches in both research and pedagogy in the humanities and beyond.
Fall 2023 – Spring 2024
Applications are now available for 2023-2024 Technology Fellows
Technology fellows are undergraduate and graduate students hired to support faculty and student projects in the digital humanities. Technology fellows may be hired to work for a full semester with faculty member and students in a specific course. Fellows may also work with students on individual projects or may be asked to attend several sessions of a class when students are working on digital projects.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.