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We are accepting proposals for projects to be part of the Collat Media Internship Program in the Fall 2014 semester.   For more information, contact Jaelle Scheuerman at jscheuer@tulane.edu.

What is the Collat Media Internship Program?

The Collat Media Internship Program encourages students to gain new media and technology skills by making use of digital media technologies in a semester or year-long project.  These projects encourage students to use digital media or technology for positive change efforts in the community, or as they produce and/or publish new knowledge gained through individual and group research. Students work at the Collat Media Lab, where they have access to resources including computer hardware, software applications, video production equipment, technical training resources and a community of students, faculty and staff working on similar projects. Both faculty and students are eligible to submit project proposals. Faculty should submit proposals to work with a student on a digital media project relating to their research. Students work with a project mentor to submit an original project proposal that involves a digital media component. This paid internship will fund one or two students for a total of 250 hours per project.

Deadlines

Spring 2015 Semester Projects: January 5, 2015

Faculty/Staff Proposals

This option is available to faculty who will be Newcomb Fellows during the semester of the project, and to Newcomb College Institute staff members. View the application requirements and evaluation criteria here.

Student Proposals

This option is available to current full-time undergraduate women at Tulane who also plan to attend Tulane full-time during the semester being applied for. View the application requirements and evaluation criteria here.

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