The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (CLAS), in collaboration with the Library, is launching a Digital Arts, Sciences & Technologies Initiative. This site catalogues various projects using digital technologies in CLAS, but the goal is to eventually involve the entire University community. Over 25 faculty across at least 10 different disciplines have summarized their research interests and some of their past and present projects.
Min Jiang (Communication Studies), Anita Blanchard, (Psychology), and Aaron Shapiro (History) are leading this initiative so contact them if you have questions or suggestions. In Spring Semester 2014, we are hosting “brown bag” presentations of how various faculty have used technologies in their teaching and research. We hope to engage faculty and students in critical discussions about digital technologies and their impact on arts & sciences and explore possibilities for future collaborations.