Through the liberality of the Public Gift for the Humanities, the Researchers’ Lab will have a three-track Foundation for Empowering Geospatial Grant at the College of Virginia Library in November 2009 and May 2010. This Organization will bring researchers, social legacy experts, and programming engineers together to help and create geospatial ventures and strategies in the computerized humanities. The NEH’s Organizations for Cutting edge Themes in the Advanced Humanities program will uphold travel and housing for 40 participants just as Foundation employees. Committed subsidizing is accessible for graduate understudies just as personnel participants. The Researchers’ Lab will give $40,000 in financing to transient researcher and engineer in-residencies in humanities GIS to supplement the Organization.

The Researchers’ Lab additionally will create and have an online data clearinghouse and reserve visiting colleagues with an end goal to advance continuous insightful commitment, programming improvement, and data sharing by Foundation participants around the topic of Empowering Geospatial Grant.

See the Organization site for more data – including application cutoff times for every one of our three “tracks,” on Stewardship, Programming, and Grant.