The University of Michigan receives a major grant in humanities from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for a multi-institutional digital futures collaborative led by Digital Studies Professors, Lisa Nakamura and M. Remi Yergeau, whose research involves digital inequality.

From the Article: “This scholarly collective focusing on digital inequality, race and ability is really core to University of Michigan’s Digital Studies Institute’s mission and goals. We look forward to publishing collaborative work on tech’s wins and fails, creating new courses on digital inequality that speak to STEM students, and creating art that speaks to A.I. and identity.”

Click here to read the piece in Michigan News.