DH at Berkeley Awards More than $200K in Grants

Digital Humanities at Berkeley recently awarded more than $200,000 in grants to UCB community members. The grants will promote collaborative research and the development of new DH courses.

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANTS

14 research teams will be funded for projects that range from database development to algorithmic analytical tools.

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Camille Villa departing digital humanities program

Cindy Nguyen and Camille Villa at DH Faire 2016

At the end of April 2015, Camille Villa will be departing the Digital Humanities at Berkeley program to pursue new directions in her career.

Camille got involved with digital humanities as an undergraduate. One of her first major contributions to Berkeley’s digital humanities program was suggesting the Free Speech Movement as the topic for a spring 2014 hackathon. The resulting #HackFSM event is still talked about today.

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