Thanks to the generous support of the Mellon Foundation, we are able to offer more than 50 travel awards to presenters and attendees!
Anyone currently or formerly involved in a Digitizing Hidden Collections grant project is eligible to apply. Non-grantees are also welcome to apply. Presenters, students, contingent workers, and community members who receive no other sources of professional development support will be prioritized.
Travel awards for the Symposium will include:
- A stipend up to $1,200 to be used towards transportation, accommodations, and food
- Complimentary registration for the Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium ($200 value)
CLIR will welcome applications for the travel award through May 31, 2022. You can learn more about the travel award categories and application process on our website
With very best wishes,
Hannah (on behalf of the DHC Symposium Planning Team: Nancy Adams, Hannah Ballard, and Becca Quon)
Marketing, Communications, and Events Consultant
Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium Planner