SASgov New and Noteworthy

Friday
Aug222014

SAS Bash: SASgov Welcome Happy Hour, 4th September 2014

Event: SAS Bash: SASgov Welcome Happy Hour
Description: Welcome back Penn SAS Graduate Students! The Graduate Student Government of the School of Arts and Sciences would like to invite you to a happy hour to kick off the new school year!
There will be beer, wine, liquor, and an abundance of food.
Make sure to bring a state-issued 21+ ID as well as your Penn ID.
SAS graduate students get in FREE (with SAS grad ID).
Date: 4th September 2014
Time: 4:30 - 6:30pm 
Venue: Hall of Flags, Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce Street, Philadelphia PA
Monday
Feb112013

SASgov and Dean’s Award for Research and New Media 2014

SASgov and Dean’s Award for Research and New Media

Award: Up to $3000

Deadline: 15 April 2014

The Graduate Student Government of the School of Arts and Sciences at Penn, in association with the Office of the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, invites applications for the SASgov and Dean’s Award for Research and New Media to support graduate research during the summer of 2014. In particular this award is intended to support Penn graduate students who are engaged in remarkable and noteworthy research and seek to foster new ways of disseminating and making the public and graduate student communities at large aware of this work.

PURPOSE: The Award for Research and New Media seeks to support innovative and vibrant research projects in departments throughout the School of Arts and Sciences. Grantees are expected pursue a well-defined course of research or creative work, which itself involves the use of new media, or includes documentation or dissemination using new media: photographs, video, audio commentary, podcasts, blogging, etc. To be clear: it is not mandatory that your research itself be concerned with new media. Rather, the award wishes to support those who develop a clear plan to use new media to document, discuss, disseminate, and draw attention to their research, whatever it may be.

These guidelines are deliberately broad; successful projects can take any number of forms, but should both contribute to the applicant’s research at Penn and be germane to discussion in the public-lecture format. While successful projects may include work relating directly to a student’s primary research interest or dissertation topic, we also welcome proposals for supplementary or non-traditional forms of research.

AWARD: Students may propose budgets up to $3000. All funding should be applied directly to costs of research: travel expenses, materials, etc. This may include photo or video equipment necessary to fulfill the new media / documentation component of the requirements. The grant may not be used for cost-of-living in Philadelphia. The proposed budget should be as specific as possible and account for all requested funds, and note any other funding or in-kind contributions to the project, which you already have or are applying for. The award is open to students with or without summer funding packages through their departments. All applicants must also include a description of the method/manner in which their work can be showcased and presented to the larger community of scholars at Penn during Fall 2014/Spring 2015.

APPLICATION: Please submit the following materials (in .pdf form as a single document) to

sasgov-pres@sas.upenn.edu with the subject line “SASgov Media Grant Application— LAST NAME, FIRST NAME” by midnight on, Tuesday 15 April, 2014.

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