INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE/ART VIRTUAL RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITY/DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS JULY 08TH 2019

 We are now accepting applications for our 2019 residency!
Deadline July 8th

Open internationally, The Bridge is a cross-disciplinary, collaborative, virtual residency program for artists, writers, dancers, musicians, actors, scientists, technologists, mathematicians, engineers, theorists, philosophers, and creative professionals.

Have you always wanted to collaborate across disciplines, but don’t have the right partner? Do you want to experience how exposure to someone’s point of view outside of your field could lead to an insight about you own work? Do you want to learn how to better communicate your work to a non-expert audience? Do you want to gain a new skill or knowledge set? Learn more and apply by July 8th HERE 

For our 28 residents to date, participating in The Bridge: Led to an insight about their own work because of exposure to their partner’s point of viewLed to a new skill or knowledge setIncreased their ability to communicate their work to a non-expert audienceLed to the creation of something new because of their collaboration  From our 28 residents to date, we learned that:100% would recommend this program to other science or artist professionalsThe process of collaborating with their partners was more valuable than any planned or created end productThe structure of the program supports successful collaboration Most collaborations continue after program conclusion.     

SciArt Initiative is is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization.

Help us support the creation of 21st century comprehensive and inclusive solutions and innovations by visiting our Donation page.  Copyright © 2019 SciArt Initiative, All rights reserved.
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FINAL REMINDER: 2019/2020 CRC APPLICATIONS ARE DUE JUNE 21ST, 2019!

Application is DUE JUNE 21th, 2019

 

The Office of Research Services (ORS) and the Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC) are pleased to announce a call for applications involving 4 to 6 faculty research fellowships that create cross-disciplinary research teams from across the University of Colorado Denver Downtown campus. 

 

 

The CRC interdisciplinary fellowship will support several cross-disciplinary faculty for the 2019-2020 academic year.  Successful applicants will form a collaborative “team” for a 12 month fellowship (mid-July to mid-July) that draws from various disciplines across the campus.   Fellows will receive $4000.00 to $6000.00 dollars in faculty development funding to work on several proposals for research grants or creative endeavors such as exhibitions, texts, or similar.  An example of an activity that could be supported might be the creation of a cross disciplinary team that defines a research project spanning 2 or more disciplines and then submits several applications to external funding agencies during the fellowship year.  Funds can be used as summer salary, for travel, towards course buyouts, or other research needs.  In addition, each fellow will give a talk about their research at a brown bag lecture series for faculty and students sometime within the fellowship year. CRC fellows talks provide a venue to learn about research being undertaken in other disciplines as well as a platform to connect individuals from across the campus to impact/engage the greater academic community and foster a stronger research identity for the campus.

New this year: To assist the faculty fellows in the promotion and communication of their research, CMTC will provide support for a student fellow to embed within each CRC research cluster, supporting the creative communication of team data and outcomes. The purpose of the CMTC student fellows is to work alongside the CRC fellows to collaboratively develop strategies and methods that effectively communicate and promote their 2019-2020 research projects.  Potential avenues of communication could be websites, blogs, videos, digital presentations, final reports, or similar. At the end of the fellowship, each CMTC student fellow will have developed and executed in collaboration with her/his research team, an engaging way to communicate the research being performed by their respective CRC partners. CMTC student fellows will be matched after CRC teams have been identified, with input from each team to better pair student fellows to projects.

 

The deadline for applications is June 21, 2019.  Fellowship year will begin in the summer of 2019.  Application and more information about the application can be found on the ORS website at:

http://www.ucdenver.edu/research/ors/Pages/default.aspx

 

Please direct any specific questions about submitting the application to Carie Carroll: carie.carroll@ucdenver.edu.  Please direct any questions about the application process or the fellowship in general to Michael Jenson: Michael.jenson@ucdenver.edu.

 

HDI/CHPC websites now live!

Health + Design Initiative

Colorado Healthy Places Collaborative

The Healthy Places websites are now on-line – along with products from the Creating Healthy Places project.  Check it all out!  

Health Tool:  Creating Healthy Places Guidebook

https://coloradohealthyplaces.org/wp-content/themes/Divi-child/files/Creating-Healthy-Places-Guidebook_FullBook_Web.pdf

Health + Design Initiative (CU Denver)

https://healthdesigncolorado.org/

Colorado Healthy Places Collaborative website: 

https://coloradohealthyplaces.org/

Creating Healthy Places Studios & Research Projects

https://healthdesigncolorado.org/studio-research-projects/

Health Tool:  Health Assessment Lens

https://coloradohealthyplaces.org/health-assessment-lens/

Health Tool:  GuideBox to Healthy Places 

https://coloradohealthyplaces.org/guidebox/

Cross-disciplinary Research/technology Funding Opportunity/UCDenver

  1. 2019-20 Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC) Faculty Research Fellows Program is now OPEN for applicants!  

ELIGIBILITY: OPEN TO ALL CU DENVER FULL-TIME FACULTY (includes Instructors)

  • CMTC Individual Research Fellows: up to $5,000 to support individual faculty working at the intersection of media and technology.
  • CMTC Collaborative Fellowship: up to $20,000 per team to support emerging and established translational faculty research teams from different media and technology disciplines.

Applications DUE JULY 21th, 2019

Application and Guidelines:  https://comcastmediatechcenter.org/fellows-call-for-proposal

HEALTH SYMPOSIUM/CREATING HEALTHY PLACES IN COLORADO (MAY 28TH, 2019)

You are invited!

Health + Design Initiative
Colorado Healthy Places Collaborative

Health Symposium | Creating Healthy Places in Colorado
Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Lawrence Street Center, 1380 Lawrence Street
Terrace Room, 2nd Floor
1:p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

RSVP
please confirm attendance – to RSVP go to:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chpc-health-symposium-tickets-61831947018

See you on the 28th!

CRC (CREATIVE RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE) FACULTY FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION 2019 IS LIVE!

CREATIVE RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE (CRC) FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS

The Office of Research Services (ORS) and the Comcast Media and Technology Center (CMTC) are pleased to announce a call for applications involving 4 to 6 faculty research fellowships that create cross-disciplinary research teams from across the University of Colorado Denver Downtown campus. 

The CRC interdisciplinary fellowship will support several cross-disciplinary faculty for the 2019 – 2020 academic year. Successful applicants will form a collaborative “team” for a 12-month fellowship (mid-July to mid-July) that draws from various disciplines across the campus. Fellows will receive $4000.00 to $6000.00 dollars in faculty development funding to work on proposals for research grants or creative endeavors such as exhibitions, texts, lab-based explorations, or similar. The fellowship supports the creation of cross-disciplinary teams that define a research project spanning two or more disciplines, and the potential to successfully submit several competitive applications to external funding agencies during the fellowship year. Funds can be used as summer salary, for travel, towards course buyouts, or other research needs. In addition, each fellow will give a talk about their research at a brown bag lecture series for faculty and students during the fellowship year. CRC fellows’ talks provide a venue to learn about research being undertaken in other disciplines as well as a platform to connect individuals from across the campus to impact/engage the greater academic community and foster a stronger research identity for the campus. 

New this year: To assist the faculty fellows in the promotion and communication of their research, CMTC will provide support for a student fellow to embed within each CRC research cluster, supporting the creative communication of team data and outcomes. The purpose of the CMTC student fellows is to work alongside the CRC fellows to collaboratively develop strategies and methods that effectively communicate and promote their 2019-2020 research projects.  Potential avenues of communication could be websites, blogs, videos, digital presentations, final reports, or similar. At the end of the fellowship, each CMTC student fellow will have developed and executed in collaboration with her/his research team, an engaging way to communicate the research being performed by their respective CRC partners. CMTC student fellows will be matched after CRC teams have been identified, with input from each team to better pair student fellows to projects.

The deadline for applications is Friday, June 21, 2019 (5 PM).  The fellowship year will begin mid-summer of 2019.  The complete program description and application link can be found on the ORS website at:

http://www.ucdenver.edu/research/ors/Pages/default.aspx

Please direct any specific questions about filling out the application to Carie Carroll: carie.carroll@ucdenver.edu.  Please direct any questions about the application process or the fellowship in general to Michael Jenson: Michael.jenson@ucdenver.edu. All questions regarding the CMTC student fellowship can be directed to laurie.baefsky@cudenver.edu