Application Window Has Closed For January 2020 – Check Back in November 2020 For The Next Cycle

What is the GC Digital Research Institute?

The GC Digital Research Institute (GC DRI) will take place from January 21 to January 24, 2020.

It is an intensive training course for learning core digital research skills while connecting with peers in an interdisciplinary environment.

The GC DRI combines training in areas such as R, Python, command line, and git among others, with specialized short workshops and professional development sessions.

Participants will share their academic goals, collaborate as they learn, and explore a variety of digital methods to employ in their research.

GC DRI is free and open to all members of the Graduate Center community.

GC DRI began in 2016 as part of the CUNY Strategic Investment Initiative and developed in partnership with Software Carpentry, the New York Public Library, Mozilla Science Lab, Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching, and the Digital Humanities Summer Institute.

Supported by The Provost’s Office,
the Digital Research Institute is a GC Digital Initiative.

More Reasons to Participate

Build Community Share Ideas Learn New Skills
Engage with researchers who are passionate about using digital skills to enhance their work. Inspire peers and the world at large with your work by learning new presentation techniques. Build technical and professional skills through small collaborative group workshops.

Still have questions?

Read about the curriculum for the January 2019 Digital Research Institute, check out participant experiences on the Digital Fellows blog, or peruse the real time #gcdri twitter stream.

Applications are due before 11:59pm EST, December 2nd, 2019.
We will notify applicants about the status of applications in early December.

GC DRI will take place from January 21 to January 24, 2020 and participants are expected to attend all sessions.