Pomona Technology Fund – Call For Proposals

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The Pomona Technology Fund (POM-TF) supports the use of advanced technology in faculty research projects.

The application period for the POM-TF is April-May. Information about this process will be emailed out to the faculty.

Research Computing is an ever-expanding field. At Pomona, it includes scholarship currently undertaken across the disciplines as well as scholarship Pomona College researchers aspire to perform. The POM-TF fund is meant for the latter population of Pomona researchers. The funds will ideally be used to help researchers apply new computational methods to their existing work or to open up entirely new fields of inquiry.

Examples of how POM-TF funds might be used to support research with technology:

Computation Research explore ideas of how technologies such as High-Performance Computing, big-data analysis or machine learning can be incorporated into your research

Virtual and Augmented Reality applications of Augmented/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) in research, such as exploring how the technology can be utilized in teaching and learning

Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities exploring the intersection between digital technology and research

Eligibility

All faculty and teaching staff are eligible to apply either as an individual or as a team.

Expectations

We ask awardees to collaborate with us by doing the following:

  • documenting project reflections via a mid-progress and final report
  • sharing the lessons learned at an RITG faculty and staff development workshop or event
  • considering sharing the project with the wider community through activities such as online communication, presenting at a conference, submitting an article for publication, or filming a project video for the RITG site

Timeline

Pertinent Project Proposal Dates

  • Proposals due: TBD
  • Decisions announced: TBD

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted using our online application form…coming soon!

Contact

If you have questions or need more information about the POM-TF program, please contact Andrew Wilson.