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Resources and workshops to help you through the data lifecycle. For personal assistance in New Brunswick, contact:
Ryan Womack, email@example.com
or Laura Palumbo, firstname.lastname@example.org
As you continue to research and publish, be aware of the growth in predatory publishing. Don't be startled - we have a guide to help you navigate this thorny issue.
Rutgers University Libraries offers services and spaces to assist researchers working in the Digital Humanities.
The Digital Humanities Lab in Alexander Library offers space for classes and groupwork, provides consultation services, and hosts workshops and lectures. Visit the page to find out about upcoming events, schedule consultations, and reserve space:
The Rutgers School of Graduate Studies maintains GradFund, a site for students looking for funding. Find resources to help you search and apply for grants. The GradFund blog provides additional insights and updates.
Professional societies, chapters, and roundtables. Join a professional society. Subscribe to emails or follow the society, chapter, or roundtable on social media. You'll find out about scholarships for conferences, travel, and more!
Rutgers School of Graduate Studies. Read their eligibility criteria carefully - different schools and programs follow different protocols. Be sure to submit by the deadline!
"We provide a range of services to faculty and staff seeking funding from public and private not-for-profit sponsors. ORSP staff assist faculty and departmental staff in navigating through the proposal submission and award set up process. Our grant specialists help interpret sponsor guidelines and application instructions, assist in budget development, and ensure that applications and incoming awards meet all compliance requirements. ORSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, accepts incoming awards, and negotiates a wide variety of grant-related agreements, including sub-awards to and from not-for-profit sponsors."