Stipends & Awards
The New Media Lab offers hourly stipends to Graduate Center students who wish to create digital projects related to their academic research topics or their doctoral dissertation. NML managing director Andrea A. Vásquez and an NML Web Developer will meet with you to discuss the project description and work plan.
Applicants must have worked, paid or unpaid, at the NML for at least three months (a full semester for the Digital Dissertation Award) prior to seeking an award. These awards are provided with the support of an anonymous contribution and will be offered one award, per semester, per student.
The History and Public Health Award
The New Media Lab Digital Dissertation Award
- Paddy Colligan, Anthropology, “Iron in the Pre-Contact Arctic”
- Julia Fuller, English, “Visualizing the Victorian Sportswoman”
The Social Justice Award
- Nora Goldman, Linguistics, “Language and Gender in the Online Feminist Movement”
Congratulations to all NML award recipients. View the full list.
In an effort to recognize the fundamental changes in the way research is being conducted and the increased acceptance of new digital forms of research and publication in doctoral programs, the New Media Lab established an award for its students to support the incorporation of a major digital component into the traditional dissertation text format. Digital components may take the form of data visualization, text analysis, app creation, interactive websites, or geospatial mapping, among other approaches. NML directors will be available to guide prospective applicants and consult with faculty advisors at any stage of the project, either before or after an application is submitted. Up to three $1,000 awards will be given each year.
Apply by completing the NML Digital Dissertation Award application form. Applicants must have worked at the NML on their projects for at least one semester prior to seeking this award. 2016 proposals are due by 9am, April 18, 2016. Awardees will be announced in late spring.
The New Media Lab offers $500 awards in support of digital projects related to history or public health. Graduate Center students in the History and Public Health Ph.D. programs as well as students from other disciplines whose projects relate to these fields are eligible. Applicants must have worked at the NML on their projects for at least three months prior to seeking this award. History and Public Health Award announcement and application form.
The New Media Lab offers $500 awards to support any digital project the topic of which is related to social justice. Graduate Center students in good standing in any discipline may apply for this award. Applicants must have worked on their projects at the NML for at least three months prior to applying for this award. Social Justice Award announcement and application.
The New Media Lab offers $500 awards to support digital projects that were created specifically with classroom teaching and learning in mind. Doctoral students from any discipline may apply if they have worked on their projects at the NML for at least three months. Any digital project that is directly related to teaching and/or to pedagogy may be submitted for consideration. Dewey Digital Teaching Award announcement and application.
In order to support student travel to conferences and seminars outside of NYC—either to attend or to present on a topic related to their NML work—the NML established a $300 travel award. NML Conference Travel Award announcement and application.