2023 Public Outreach Grants
- Kianna Pete (Undergraduate Student; Political Science and Ethnicity and Race Studies)
- External collaborator: Urban Indigenous Collective
- An educational project addressing how research and data collection within Indigenous communities can be used to solve health and environmental problems.
- Funds will support a series of hybrid workshops and the development of educational toolkits on Indigenous data sovereignty.
- Participants include college students and faculty, tribal communities, and K-12 students in tribal urban communities.
- Minne Atairu (Graduate Student; Art and Art Education)
- Many art teachers are unfamiliar with AI technologies and reluctant to use them in the classroom.
- A toolkit has been created to help K-12 art teachers integrate generative AI into teaching, but supporting materials are essential.
- Funds will help support a set of video tutorials, training datasets, text-prompt ideas, and printable worksheets.
- Dilshanie Perera (ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow - Climate Humanities Fellow; Center for Science and Society)
- External collaborator: Climate Museum
- A two-part workshop examining social science and humanities approaches to climate for New York City high school students. See the call for applications for additional information.
- Students will learn social science research methods and turn their findings into a platform for further action.
- Funds will support stipends for participating high school students and undergraduate student teachers.