Story+ Information Session for Faculty, Library, and Other Duke Project Sponsors
Monday, October 30, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 - Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall
Duke faculty, librarians, and staff administrators of academic programs are encouraged to attend this information session for Story+, to learn how this new "vertically integrated" summer program may fit into and benefit your on-going research and other academic projects. See full CFP and more info here: https://fhi.duke.edu/opportunities/story-summer-2018-call-faculty-librar... is a new 6-week summer program in humanities research with a public component, piloted by the Franklin Humanities Institute in Summer 2017 in conjunction with Bass Connections and Versatile Humanists @ Duke.In Story+, small teams of undergraduates collaborate on focused projects that contribute to the broader research, teaching, scholarly communications, and/or public engagement agendas of Duke faculty, Duke librarians, non-profit organizations, and other University or non-University project sponsors. Undergraduates work under the day-to-day mentorship of a graduate student in the humanities or interpretive social sciences. Story+ final projects may take the form of writing, exhibits, websites, short films/videos, podcasts, social media content, or other genres.Project sponsors benefit from the opportunity to engage a team of students, who are provided with appropriate guidance and mentoring, in producing a tangible product that may further their work.