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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Workshop Grants

Workshop Grants support digital humanities discussions and training opportunities on campus. Funds might be applied toward food, honoraria, and travel expenses for non-Yale participants.

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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: