ISG Professor Chris Kelty awarded a UCHRI’s 2020-21 Multicampus Faculty Working Group Grant

Congratulations to ISG Professor and Vice Chair of Undergraduate Education, Christopher Kelty,  along with Michael Osman (UCLA Architecture) and Stephen Collier (UC Berkeley Environmental Design) who have been awarded a UCHRI’s 2020-21 Multicampus Faculty Working Group grant for the project: “Images of Resilience: GovTech, Data Buildings, and Artificial Biodiversity”.

UCHRI is pleased to announce over $165,000 in research grants for the coming academic year. From engaging with publics beyond the UC to sharing ideas and expertise across campuses, these awards will support both individual research projects and broader collaborative endeavors that represent cutting-edge thinking in the humanities. These projects expand humanistic thinking well beyond its traditional disciplinary and institutional borders, with a range of work that includes creating a documentary film, developing a high school curriculum, curating a photography exhibit, and reimagining professional possibilities for humanities PhDs.

To read more of UCHRI’s 2020-2021 research grants, click here.

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