Story+ Summer Research Program
How do we tell compelling stories about complex historical, cultural and social realities? What goes into creating great stories that stay with the audience, and even change minds? Story+ is a six-week summer research experience for undergraduate and graduate students interested in bringing academic research to life through dynamic storytelling.
Undergraduates work in small teams with graduate student mentors, in a collaborative and creative research environment. Each project has a sponsor. Students learn to conduct qualitative, humanities-based research (e.g., archival research, narrative analysis, visual analysis, ethnography) and to communicate their research through effective storytelling techniques.
Final projects may take the form of writing, websites, exhibits, short films or other genres, depending on the project’s goals.
- All undergraduates, except graduating seniors
- All graduate students, with preference given to doctoral students in the humanities and interpretive social sciences.
A Pope Wrote a Dictionary: You Figure Out How
Race and Ethnicity in Advertising
RTI International 60th Anniversary Commemoration
Suckers and Swindlers in American History
Talking Wages: The Impact of Fight for 15 on the Political Discourse of Minimum Wage Fights