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PIT-UN Funded Projects

Members of the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) are eligible for funding through our annual Network Challenge, and topic-focused Requests for Proposal. Learn how PIT-UN members have leveraged these funds to create innovative PIT projects, from new courses to community partnerships, career placement, research collaboratives and more.

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Grantee Projects

Use the filters below to discover 2021 PIT-UN Grantee projects. See 2019-2022 PIT-UN Grantee Projects.

Boston University

Justice Media Collective

Project Lead: Brooke Williams

This project develops and tests an institutional framework for interdisciplinary collaboration, CDS Impact Collectives, which consists of a computational journalism course, summer certificate program, and student-partner organization data project.

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Boston University

The Equity Data Science Lab at Boston University

Project Lead: Azer Bestavros and Ziba Cranmer

Establish an interdisciplinary data science lab to facilitate collaboration and engagement of faculty, students, and external partners around research and applications that have real-world impact.

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