Ashes2Art has received generous support from Coastal Carolina University and Arkansas State University in the form of travel money, extensive hardware and software purchases, and course releases.
We would like to thank the Deans of the Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts at CCU, Drs. Lynn Franken, John Beard and William Richardson, as well as Provosts Drs. Peter Barr, David DeCenzo and Robert Sheehan for their extraordinary support. We are also grateful to the Vice President of Information Technologies, Marvin Marozas, and the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Dr. Louis Keiner. At Arkansas State, the program has been generously supported by the Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Dr. Daniel Reeves, and the Office of Research and Technology Transfer. The program has also been backed in countless ways by Visual Arts department chairs Steven Bleicher, Paul Olsen (CCU) and Curtis Steele (ASU).
We would like to extend our deepest thanks to Bernie Frischer at the Institute for Advanced Technologies in the Humanities (IATH) at the University of Virginia for his help, wisdom and advice. We are also indebted to the American School for Classical Studies at Athens and the Hellenic Ministery of Culture for facilitating our work in Delphi and throughout Greece.
Additional funding provided by:
National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant, 2007/08
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute fellowships, "Models of Ancient Rome," UCLA, summer 2006
Provost's Technology Grant, Coastal Carolina University, 2007/08
- hardware and software funding to build an 11 station top end digital modeling lab
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grants (2006/07; 2007/08), Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Coastal Carolina University
Information and Technology Services hardware grant, Coastal Carolina University
Academic Enhancement Grant, Coastal Carolina University
Research Enhancement Grant, Coastal Carolina University
Student Travel Grants, Coastal Carolina University
Arkansas State University in conjunction with ASU's Information Technologies Organization
-hardware and software funding to build a 12 station top end digital modeling lab
Faculty Research Committee Award, Arkansas State University
SURF/SILO Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Arkansas Dept. of Education
Friedrich Stoll Endowment Award, Arkansas State University
Office of Research and Technology Tranfer software grant, Arkansas State University
Information and Technology Services hardware grant, Arkansas State University
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The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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