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Announcing the Fall 2023 Seedling, Travel, and Community Collaboration Grant Recipients

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The NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks is happy to announce the recipients of the Fall 2023 Seedling, Travel, and Community Collaboration Grants. Seedling grants support pilot research to catalyze a longer-term research project. Travel grants support the presentation of NULab-related research at conferences or NULab-relevant professional development opportunities such as workshops. Community collaboration grants support digital and computational projects that center community engagement, citizen science, or community co-creation. These grants have funded research assistantships, data sets needed for research, access to tools and software, and travel costs for meetings that initiate, or further, a research project.

The recipients of the Fall 2023 NULab Seedling, Travel, and Community Collaboration Grants are as follows:

  • Sahar Abi-Hassan, Mills College – Lokey School of Business and Public Policy, “The Network of Hidden Plaintiffs in U.S. Supreme Court Litigation” (Seedling)
  • Nicole Aljoe, English and CSGS, Early Caribbean Digital Archive Project Team, “A Point of Entry: Re-presenting Enslaved Lives in the Early Caribbean Digital Archive,” at The Caribbean Digital conference (Travel) 
  • Fadeke Castor, Philosophy and Religion, “Digital Ancestral Altars” (Community Collaboration) 
  • Max Chapnick, English, “Stylometry-based Analysis of Potential Louisa May Alcott Pseudonyms” (Seedling) 
  • Carlos Sandoval Olascoaga, CAMD, Architecture, “Drawing Participation: Collectively Re-Blocking a Million Neighborhoods” (Seedling)
  • Yutong Si, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, “Renewable Messaging of Fossil Fuel Companies: Corporate Communication Strategies in Authoritarian Regimes” (Seedling)
  • Kai-Cheng Yang, Network Science Institute, “Accessing ChatGPT’s ability to mimic humans on social media” (Seedling) 
  • Yukun Yang, Network Science Institute, “Mapping Real-World Migration Flow Network Using Context-Rich Social Media Data” (Seedling)

If you are interested in the NULab grants program, see the grant application process page and look for the fall call for proposals in February 2024. See here for a full set of supported projects.

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