GradQuant is dedicated to expanding its support for graduate students working with digital research methods (DRM) in the humanities and social sciences. DRM encompasses anything under the umbrella of Digital Humanities: computational analysis, digital pedagogy, digital archives, and undertaking the study of and with data more broadly. The DRM program supports students through monthly research meetups, targeted workshops, and a fellowship program that sends UCR graduate students to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute held at the University of Victoria, in British Columbia, Canada.

DRM Fellowship

DRM Workshops

Monthly DRM Meetups

Funding Opportunities & Job Postings

Call for Papers & Conferences

Additional Campus Resources

DRM Links