Baylor’s Fundamentals of Data Research (FDR) Fellowship is a competitive program for graduate students.

(previously DRIVE Program)

 

FDR Scholars Receive:

  • Support for the analyzing of text and data visualizations
  • Funding for your summer research
  • Online Instruction and online support in the six competency areas visualized to the left.

FDR Scholar Expectations & Commitments:

  • Desire to integrate digital humanities or data visualization into research projects – no prior experience necessary.
  • Have a research topic that can make use of digital humanities or data visualization tools.
  • Complete all pre-recorded virtual instruction tutorials.
  • Present your research to the Baylor research community in the Fall.
  • Promote your Fellowship on your CV.
  • Acknowledge Fellowship on any related papers or presentations.
Take a look at our Projects Page to see examples of text, data, and geospatial projects.
Take a look at our Popular Tools Page to see examples of the toolset FDR Fellows will learn to use.