Proposals for Freedman Fellows Program now being accepted

The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship has announced the 2013 Freedman Fellows Program for full-time faculty. The Freedman Fellows Program is supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, Kelvin Smith Library and the Freedman Fellows Endowment established by Marian K. and Samuel B. Freedman.

In 2013, the Freedman Fellows Program aims to identify and support scholarly projects that are: currently underway, involve some corpus of data that is of scholarly or instructional interest (e.g., data sets, digital texts, digital images, databases), involve the use of digital tools and processes, and have clearly articulated project outcomes.

Freedman Fellows will receive an award of $3,000 to support the expenses related to innovative scholarly or creative projects that meet the criteria. Fellows also will receive planning and project support.

Proposals for the program are due Monday, April 1.

For more information about the Freedman Fellows program and how to apply, visit