March 31 approaches: Proposals sought for Tracing Race at Iowa State University
From the Tracing Race at Iowa State University site: The Tracing Race at Iowa State University Advisory Group is seeking proposals for digital projects that reveal the under-documented history of accomplishment and experience of people of color, and engage with the history of race, inequality, racism, and student, faculty and staff activism at Iowa State University. The committee welcomes proposals from undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff in all disciplines. Undergraduate applicants are asked to identify a faculty or staff advisor for their project.
The deadline is March 31, so only a few weeks remain for proposal submission.
Discover the who, what, when, where, why and how of the program, and visit Tracing Race at Iowa State University for all the details:
Who can participate? Any student, faculty, or staff of Iowa State University
What to submit? A proposal for a digital project that focuses on the history of accomplishment and experience of people of color, and engages with the history of race, inequality, racism, and activism at Iowa State University.
When to submit? Proposals are due by March 31, 2021.
Where to submit? The proposal form is electronic and is available at digital.lib.iastate.edu/tracing-race-isu.
Why submit? This is a great opportunity to receive planning, coordination, and technical support for the creation of a digital project that contributes to the historical narrative of Iowa State University in meaningful and innovative ways.
How to submit/participate. It is important to read the project guidelines closely and provide thorough answers to the submission form questions about how your proposed project aligns with the goals and values of this initiative.