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This week, the Mozilla Science Lab is launching our third annual Mozilla Fellowship for Science program. They’re looking for researchers with a passion for open source and data sharing, already working to shift research practice to be more collaborative, iterative and open. Deadline: 14 May 2017 Open to: applicants from all over the world Fellowship: a stipend of $60,000, health insurance, childcare allotment, allowance and domestic and international trips The Mozilla Fellowship for Science is an opportunity to spend 10 months working with an institution (university or other academic affiliation) building open science projects that leverage the open web. If you are interested in open science,...Read More
You have a something to tell the world but maybe need a little help getting there to do the research. The Gulliver travel grants are awarded annually to assist writers of speculative literature (in fiction, poetry, drama, or creative nonfiction). They are not currently available for academic research, though we hope to offer such funds in the future. We are currently offering one $800 travel grant annually, to be used to cover airfare, lodging, and/or other travel expenses. Travel grants will be awarded by a committee of SLF staff members on the basis of interest and merit. Factors considered...Read More
The 2018 Travel and Study Grant Program will support emerging artists who create new work in dance, film/video/digital production, and literature. The program is open to “generative” artists (choreographers; film, video, and digital production directors; and writers of poetry, creative nonfiction, fiction, and spoken word artists) who have a record of creating original work. Travel and Study grants support periods of domestic and/or international travel for study, exploration and growth. Eligible activities include (but are not limited) to research informing or leading to the creation of new work, the development of collaborations (whether artistic or organizational), participation in specific non-academic...Read More
Videos on Internationality
Jose Luis Cardona (Graphic Designer): Transits through the thoughts of communities, cultural manifestations and productive practices, incorporating graphic design as a participatory element and a tool for community strengthening.