Working groups

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Revision as of 16:01, 8 January 2009

Contents

D R A F T

Preliminary list of areas of interest

Working group recognition

For a working group to be funded by the DHIB, its proponents must complete the working group's page indicating

  • the names of at least [ n ] participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty full members of the DHIB; wherever poassible the group should include graduate students
  • a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period

For a sample page formatted in the Working Group template, click here.

Working group funding

Once a working group has been formally recognized by the DHIB Steering Committee, it may apply for funding.

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