Support Documentary Studies
The Documentary Studies Program is looking for financial support. As a new interdiscplinary program at the University at Albany, we have established a fund to support our students in their pursuit of a variety of initiatives. Our students will work on radio productions, films, photographic exhibits, Web sites, and narrative research and writing projects. They will explore major and minor issues in history, art, music, science, environmental studies, technology, media, politics, foreign policy, and health -- and they will also help document the rich history of this region, our state, and points beyond. Serious and high quality documentary projects are often quite costly to bring to fruition (they require specialized equipment, sometimes expensive media, and high transportation costs). Often, student projects can severely tax individual and family resources, and the University has limited funds and scholarship opportunities to support such work. That's where you can help. We need your support to help us build a first class program that can give students the resources to produce excellent work. Won't you consider making a tax-deductible contribution to assist our students and the Documentary Studies Program through the Documentary Studies Fund? For information how, contact the director, Prof. Gerald Zahavi at: firstname.lastname@example.org.