The Digital Humanities Infrastructure Grant program serves to support faculty who need to purchase hardware or software to support their digital humanities project, or to register for training on tools or applications specific to their digital project. While other funding opportunities at Wake Forest University exist to support project development, travel support, salaries for research assistants, and similar activities, this program supports point-of-need technology requests.
Applications are submitted to and reviewed by the Library’s Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication department, and approved by the Dean of the Library. The application cycle is rolling.
- Up to $1,000 granted per award
- Up to 3 awards, at $1,000 each, distributed per fiscal year
- Open to Reynolda campus faculty
- Eligible faculty may receive a single award once every 2 academic years
- Supports purchasing hardware or software, paying for licensing or access fees, or covering registration costs for training on tools or applications (excludes all other travel costs, if applicable)