Libraries Announce Mellon Grant Recipients to Launch U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Digital Storytelling Projects and New Collaborations
People who live and work on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands will be able to see more perspectives of their history, culture and experiences thanks to a grant project created by the University Libraries to support the development of research projects that contribute to a broader understanding of the region.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded the three-year $750,000 Digital Borderlands project in which the Libraries disburse grants to support the integration of library services into data-intensive, humanities-focused research on the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.
The first cohort of grant recipients was recently announced. Read More