As this semester winds down and you plan for the next, please note that the New Media Lab is now accepting applications from all Graduate Center students for spring 2018.
Students working on research-related digital projects in the lab are eligible for stipends (amount based on time spent in the lab) in addition to awards supporting travel (up to $300); teaching, history, public health, and social justice ($500); and digital dissertation components ($1000). The lab provides reserved workstations, each with a new Mac or PC, adjustable sitting-standing desk, and non-florescent lighting.
To apply to work at the lab, submit a brief project description, work plan, and your CV at https://newmedialab.cuny.edu/get-involved/student-application/.
Award and stipend details are at https://newmedialab.cuny.edu/stipends-awards/. Current and previous project descriptions can be viewed here: https://newmedialab.cuny.edu/projects/.
Lab projects range widely and include both digital presentations of research—using websites, videos, maps, and more—and analysis with a variety of digital and digitally assisted tools. Joe Kirchhof, student project/technical advisor in the lab, is available to answer questions at email@example.com.