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Saturday, October 7 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Cocktail Hour, Poster and Digital Demonstration Session

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Terrace Room

Writing Center + Library = Digital Writing Interdisciplinary Faculty Development

Neal Baker and Laura Leavitt (Earlham College)

Virtual Reality and Ernst Haeckle
Joe Meiser (Bucknell University)

Whose Digital History: Closing the Gaps Between Academic Historians, Public Historians, and the Public
Megan Smeznik (The College of Wooster)

China's Internet Wave
Minglu Xu (Bucknell University)

LGBTQ+ Representation in Cinema
Justin Guzman (Bucknell University)

Behind Hockey's Stars: A Statistical Analysis of Critical Hockey Team Metrics
Rennie Heza (Bucknell University)

Stratification as a Public Policy in Bogota, Colombia
Daniel Gonzalez (Lafayette College)

A Critical Edition of To Pimp A Butterfly
John Rodriguez (Lafayette College)

Afro-Jamaican Working Class Women in Dancehall Spaces
Jovante Anderson (Lafayette College)

Crawling the Library Dungeon
Megan Kudzia (Michigan State University) and Greg Lord (Hamilton College)

Visualizing "College Women"
Alicia Peaker, Mimi Benkoussa (‘19), Madeline Perry (‘19), Claudia Zavala (‘20), Nathália Santos (‘18) (Bryn Mawr College)


Jovante Anderson

Jovante Anderson is a student at Lafayette College, currently pursuing a double major in Anthropology and Sociology as well as in English with a concentration in Literature. As a young poet, he is always trying to learn more about his craft and how he can use it to impact the world... Read More →

Neal Baker

Neal Baker is the Library Director at Earlham College, where the librarians also serve as academic technologists. He teaches first-year seminars in the curriculum and publishes scholarship on both libraries and various aspects of the SF/fantasy genres. Current professional service... Read More →

Mimi Benkoussa

Mimi Benkoussa (Bryn Mawr '19) is a junior Computer Science major and Statistics minor who hopes to tie in her quantitative and qualitative knowledge to the vast field of digital scholarship. She is interested in the many intersections of computer science, technology, and business... Read More →

Daniel Gonzalez

Daniel Gonzalez is an Engineering Studies and International Affairs double major from the Lafayette College Class of 2019. He is interested in ways to improve educational systems to include a greater sense of purpose and analysis in and out of the classroom. As an international... Read More →

Justin Guzman

Justin Guzman is a rising Junior majoring in Film & Media Studies. He lives in Brooklyn, New York and is of Latinx descent. He currently works as a videographer, photographer, and graphic designer for Bucknell organizations such as Uptown and ACE (Activities & Campus Events). He also... Read More →

Rennie Heza

Rennie Heza is a rising senior at Bucknell University, with a major in Applied Mathematics and a minor in Russian Language. This summer, Rennie will be conducting performance analysis of NHL teams during the 2016-17 regular season, focussing on ties between team performance and managerial... Read More →
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Megan Kudzia

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Michigan State University
Megan Kudzia is a Digital Scholarship Librarian at Michigan State University. She works with students, faculty, and colleagues in the library to work on, consult about, and teach with digital scholarship and digital projects. This includes working with the LEADR lab and with undergraduate... Read More →

Laura Leavitt

Laura Leavitt is the Writing Center Director at Earlham College. She teaches supplementary writing education classes for students entering college with low writing confidence or for students who have learned English as a foreign language. She also participates in faculty development... Read More →

Greg Lord

Greg Lord is Lead Designer and Software Engineer of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) at Hamilton College, developing a range of technologies for DHi’s digital research projects including graphic design, web development, 3D modeling, and virtual reality design.   A lifelong... Read More →

Joe Meiser

Joe Meiser is Associate Professor of Art at Bucknell University

Xu Minglu

Languages & Cultures
Minglu is a sophomore at Bucknell University, majoring in Economics and possibly minoring in Mathematics and Philosophy.
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Alicia Peaker

Digital Scholarship Specialist, Bryn Mawr College
Alicia Peaker is the Digital Scholarship Specialist at Bryn Mawr College and Director of the Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows program. She has worked previously as the CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Liberal Arts at Middlebury College; the Co-Director for Our Marathon... Read More →

Madeline Perry

Madeline Perry (Bryn Mawr '19) is a Psych and Computer Science double major who is passionate about both graphic design and user experience. Fascinated by the psychological and social impact of design, her interests include info graphics, web design, and data visualization. She is... Read More →

John Rodriguez

John Rodriguez is a junior at Lafayette College. He is an artist, visually and sonically, and doubles in English and Art.

Nathália Santos

Nathália Santos (Bryn Mawr '18) is a Brazilian senior Economics and Political Science double major. As a Digital Scholarship Summer Fellow, she hopes to find interesting ways of interpreting, displaying, and making data accessible.

Megan Smeznik

Megan's interest in the connections between the humanities and the digital began when she was a student at The College of Wooster with her Independent Study. She graduated from Wooster with a BA in History in 2014. Since graduating from Wooster, Megan has gone on to work in the museum... Read More →

Claudia Zavala

Claudia Zavala (Bryn Mawr '20) is pursuing her B.A. in Growth and Structure of Cities with a minor in Computer Science. Her research interests broadly include: interaction between people and spaces, project management, and the intersections between architecture, politics, and culture... Read More →

Saturday October 7, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Terrace Room

Attendees (30)