The Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate welcomes students from all disciplines, including the humanities and arts, social sciences, natural sciences, computational and mathematical sciences, engineering, and communication, media, and information science. The certificate prepares students to:
create, utilize, and evaluate digital methods and tools for research
integrate them into their teaching
assess the diverse impacts of technologies on people and society
leverage digital technologies for public outreach and engagement
The Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) and Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) have partnered on a new three-year fellowship program (2021-2022 to 2023-2024) to support faculty working in digital humanities and arts. We invite all CU Boulder faculty (tenure-track, tenured, instructors, and senior instructors) interested in applying computational methods to or multimodal presentation of humanities and arts-related research questions to apply for a CHA/CRDDS Faculty Fellowship in Digital Humanities and Arts for the 2021-2022 academic year.