Rapid Prototyping Grants

Rapid Prototyping Grants are for focused design and development interventions to help a project get started or to add an innovative feature to an existing project. The grant may involve up to one week of project consulting, application design, and software development.

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DH Training Scholarships

The Digital Humanities Lab is pleased to announce a limited number of $500 Digital Humanities Training Scholarships. Yale graduate students, undergraduates, and library staff are eligible to apply. These scholarships support participation in week-long digital humanities workshops such as:

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Seed Grants

Seed Grants support individual or collaborative projects in their planning and implementation phases. The number of grants available each year will vary based on the number of received applications.

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Additional Funding

In addition to the funding opportunities supported by the Digital Humanities Lab, there are a number of national and international funding sources that may be of interest to those working on digital humanities projects. The following list contains a short overview of these opportunities: