The Student Innovation Fellowship (SIF) program is a nationally recognized initiative that employs graduate and undergraduate students to collaborate with faculty, staff, and external parties on interdisciplinary and cross-functional research and pedagogy projects. Our public-facing projects combine emerging technologies such as 3D modeling and virtual reality, creative media, and big data.
The SIF program supports a growing number of complex technology projects at Georgia State that require skills and collaborations beyond traditional university research practices. Managed by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and the University Library, the SIF program offers student fellows diverse and exciting pathways to internships, jobs, and further education.
- Co-Director (2013-Present)
- NEH Next Generation Humanities PhD Planning Grant (fall 2016), PI, funded $25,000
- “A ‘No Tent’ / No Center Model for Digital Work in the Humanities,” Debates in the Digital Humanities (forthcoming, winter 2019)
- NEH White Paper
- Day Workshop “Building Capacity with Care: Graduate Students and DH work in the Library,” Digital Humanities International Conference, Krakow (summer 2016)
- Poster “Student Innovation Fellowships: Building a Collaborative Infrastructure of Innovation,” Educause, Los Angeles (summer 2015)