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== Working group recognition ==
== Working group recognition ==

Revision as of 16:20, 5 March 2009

Contents

Current and emerging clusters

Working group recognition

Faculty members interested in forming a working group (WG) should apply for recognition indicating

  • the name and scholarly mission of the working group
  • the names of expected participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty and full members of the DHIB
  • a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period
  • the potential impact of the group on graduate education

This information should be sent by e-mail to DHIB.

Working group wiki site

Once a working group has been recognized by DHIB, a page will be created for it on this wiki and linked from the present page. The WG will be responsible for page maintenance. The template for the page can be seen here.

Working group funding

Recognized working groups are eligible for DHIB funding; the RFP for spring 2009 (now closed) is here.

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