Interdisciplinary research clusters offer scholars the opportunity to explore a topic of shared interest. Clusters can be comprised of OSU faculty and instructors, scholars from other institutions, and advanced graduate students. Activities can include works-in-progress discussions, reading groups, or teams with specific goals such as course or conference development.

Reach out to with your ideas, keeping in mind:

  • A theme which relates to OSU’s land-grant mission, innovative methods of accessing new audiences, and a focus on the region’s diverse populations, history, creative expressions or other themes connected to the humanities.
  • A leader for your cluster
  • Three other members
  • The goals/outcomes/timeline of the cluster