Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) announced four winning proposals for a new accessibility-focused seed grant research program funded by Microsoft.  

The GT-Microsoft Accessibility Research Seed Grant Program offered up to $45,000 in funding per winning proposal and was open to proposals from all Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students. The program seeks accessibility-focused research and projects in digital accessibility / assistive technology, diverse student backgrounds, and campus life.