Graduate Training Grants

The CDH supports Princeton graduate students who would like to expand their knowledge of data-driven and computational approaches to the humanities by taking advantage of courses, workshops, summer schools, institutes or other training opportunities offered outside of Princeton. Recipients should learn new technical or methodological skills, receive professional development training, and/or make connections in the digital and computational humanities communities.

Training Grants may be used to cover the costs of tuition, registration, travel, or lodging, up to $1,000. Applicants must also apply for any fellowships and bursaries offered by the host organization.

Applicants should provide information about the course or event they plan to attend, state what they intend to gain from the experience, indicate its relevance to their course of study or professional plans, and demonstrate that they cannot receive similar training at Princeton. Please append a budget showing the anticipated costs and indicate other funds received and other sources applied to. Applications should be no longer than 750 words.

Training opportunities include:

Application deadline is rolling. Training must take place within six months of the application date. Applications must be submitted a minimum of one month before the event for which the funding is requested. You may expect a decision within four weeks of the deadline. Applicants must be enrolled Princeton University students at the time the training takes place. There is a limit to one grant per year per applicant. Payments are administered through SAFE.

Applications should be sent as PDF attachments to