CARSEY WOLF CENTER
The Carsey-Wolf Center supports research, teaching, and public programming about media. Our goal is to foster informed dialogue, critical skills, historical understanding, and new forms of literacy for a global and interconnected world. Engaging media experts, students, and scholars, our research and programming is committed to broadening the ways in which we understand media.
The Carsey-Wolf Center focuses its research on five, overlapping initiatives: Media Industries, Environmental Media, Information Media, Media and Democracy, and Global Media. Faculty may request funding for conferences, symposia and workshops; new teaching initiatives; summer graduate student research assistance for faculty projects; seed funding for new research initiatives, either individual or collaborative; and proposals for hybrid events that involving a public screening at the Pollock Theater and a research-focused session with one or more visiting scholars.