• Funded Projects

    2016-2017 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners

    John Connor – Interactive Theorem Proving In Euclidean Plane Geometry
    Karyna Pryiomka & James Christopher Head – Visualizing Conflict: Situating Narratives in Their Sociohistorical Context
    Agustín Indaco – Social Media Inequality
    Matthew Knip – The Philip C. Van Buskirk Archive
    Victoria Restler – Digital interludes: Re-representing teacher carework
    Sara Vogel – Teaching Bilinguals (Even if You’re Not One): A Video Webseries for K-12 Educators
    Christina Katopodis – The Walden Soundscape
    Tahir Butt – Research Tool for Historians

     

    2015-2016 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners

    • Anders Wallace – Charm School: Dating Experts, Abject Masculinity, and the Immaterial Labors of Seduction
    • Rachel R. Bogan – Good Food For Grads: Mobile Recipes and Tips for Eating ‘Well’ on a Grad School Budget
    • Patrick Smyth and Hannah Aizenman- Futures Past Archive
    • Henry Alexander Wermer-Colan – Calculating the Politics of Aesthetics
    • Jennifer M. Pipitone and Svetlana Jović – Digital Storytelling for Change: Toward Sustainable Youth-inclusive Communities in New York City
    • Karyna Pryiomka and James Christopher Head – Visualizing Conflict: Situating Narratives in Their Sociohistorical Context
    • Ian Phillips – The Linguist’s Kitchen: A web-based app for learning linguistics
    • Joanna Birnbaum and Michelle Johnson McSweeney – The Spanish-English Bilingual Youth Texting Corpus and Part-of-Speech Tagger: Spanish/English BYT Corpus
    • Alice Lynn McMichael – Cappadocia on the Commons
    • Micki Kaufman – Spatializing / Sonifying Kissinger: New Perspectives in Space and Sound
    • Erin Cully – Outcompeted: Mapping the Savings and Loan Crisis
    Laura W. Kane, Andrew G. McKinney – CUNY Syllabus Project
    • Hector Agredano – Torreon, Mexican boomtown: A historical geography of Porfirian Mexico

     

    2014-2015 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners

    • Micki Kaufman – “Everything On Paper Will Be Used Against Me”: Quantifying Kissinger
    • Ian Phillips – The Linguist’s Kitchen
    • Eric A Knudsen – 6 Degrees of Occupation
    • Manissa Maharawal – Narratives of Displacement: A Digital Storytelling Project
    • Daria Vaisman – Mapping Global Trafficking
    Tayt Harlin – Digitally Annotating Paul Metcalf
    • Joshua J. Hajicek – Clinical Research Tools for Rapid Assessment of Cochlear Health
    Alex Wermer-Colan – Calculating the Politics of Aesthetics
    Britany Salsbury and Christina Weyl – Networking Modern Prints in New York and Paris, 1880-1950
    Peri Ozlem Yuksel-Sokman – Lazuri Talking Child Stories

    2013-2014 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners

    • Micki Kaufman – “Everything On Paper Will Be Used Against Me”
    • Benjamin Miller and Amanda Licastro – The Writing Studies Tree
    • Jared Simard – Mapping Mythology
    • Jesse Merandy – Walking with Whitman
    • Evan Misshula and Ligon M. Liu – Collaborative Forecasting of Secure Housing Needs
    • Edwin Mayorga – Educational Policies and New York City Latinos
    • Natascia Boeri – Community IT Centers and Organizing Women Workers

     

    2012-2013 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners

    • Antonia Santangelo – The Black Sea Fish and Mollusca Project
    • John Boy – Mapping the Church-Planting Movement
    • Suzanne Tamang – Street Medicine Apps
    • Rondi Silva – Debunking the “Dropout” Stereotype
    • Kyle Ferguson – eTLP: Digitizing Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
    • Ben Miller, Amanda Licastro, and Jill Belli – The Writing Studies Tree
    • Jacob Lederman – Urban Sociology Digital Mapping and Presentation Tool
    • Micki Kaufman – “Data Mining Diplomacy”
    • Justin Gladman – Building a Virtual Museum
    • Naomi Barrettara – The Open Music History Project