Summer Collaborative Grants
We have completed our funding of these projects in the Digital Bridges grant. This page is still available for informational purposes, but we are no longer seeking applications for these partnerships.
Congratulations to the recipients of Collaborative Grants for Summer 2018!
Summer Collaborative Grants–
We are no longer accepting applications for Summer Collaborative Grants.
- Provide space to work at the UI Obermann Center for Advanced Studies.
- Provide a stipend of $1,000 per week for each of the two to three partners. (Note that funds must be taken as salary).
- Include at least two faculty members, one from each institution.
- May also include students, lecturers, and community partners as collaborators.
- Allow participants to focus fully on the project for the period of the grant funding (which may be from one to four weeks of full-time work together). Applicants should indicate the dates of the period of funded collaboration and the willingness to work together full-time during the period of the grant. The time period does not have to be continuous, but should include meetings at both Grinnell College and The University of Iowa. Some meetings may be held virtually.
- Can provide up to $12,000 per group for consultants and technical support.
- Can provide support from student assistants supported by the Digital Bridges grant at either or both Grinnell College or the University of Iowa.
- Can cover mileage for travel between institutions.
- Should lead to one or more of the outcomes listed above (or other negotiated outcomes).
- Require a report on activities at the end of the academic year (an evaluation form will be provided).
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SUMMER 2017 AWARDEES
Drawing Structures: Laurel Farrin (School of Art and Art History, Painting/Drawing, UI) & Matthew Kluber (Department of Art, Grinnell)
Mapping Islamophobia: Caleb Elfenbein (History and Religious Studies, Grinnell) & Jason Harshman (Education, UI)
The People’s Weather Map and Social Media: Iowans Talking about Weather Hazards: Barbara Eckstein (English, UI) & Casey Oberlin (Sociology, Grinnell)
Quantitative Methods for Teaching Text Analysis: Frederick Boehmke (Political Science, UI), Paul Dilley (Classics and Religious Studies, UI), Pam Fellers (Mathematics and Statistics, Grinnell), & Erik Simpson (English, Grinnell)
Accessibility Technology for Performance: Kyle Rector (Computer Science, UI) & Justin Thomas (Theatre, Grinnell)
To see more examples of projects funded by Digital Bridges, please visit our projects page.