• Studio Summer Fellowship applications are open for submission!
    by Connor Hood on 23 Jan 2024

    Applications are now being accepted through Feb 7 at 5 p.m. for the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio’s 2024 Summer Fellowship Program. The program is open to all UI PhD, MFA, and DMA students looking to benefit from an in-person, mentored digital scholarship experience this upcoming summer. Learn more about the program and apply onContinue reading "Studio Summer Fellowship applications are open for submission!"

  • The Studio’s Senior Developer selected to receive 2023 Benton Award
    by Connor Hood on 23 Jan 2024

    The Studio’s Senior Developer Matthew Butler has been selected to receive the Arthur Benton University Librarian’s Award for Excellence. Butler has contributed significantly to the continued success and excellence of the Studio and the UI Libraries during his several years of service. Read more about the award and Butler’s contributions over the years in aContinue reading "The Studio’s Senior Developer selected to receive 2023 Benton Award"

  • Women scientists in pre-WWII Tokyo: Lessons learned
    by Lisa Nakahara on 8 Dec 2023

    My capstone project for the Public Digital Humanities certificate focused on creating an interactive map of women scientists and academic institutions in pre-WWII Tokyo. The dominant narrative of modern Japan’s scientific journey has centered on the contributions of male scientists and male-only academic institutions. This project is an attempt to undo the erasure of womenContinue reading "Women scientists in pre-WWII Tokyo: Lessons learned"

  • Shedding a Light on Women in Science
    by Lisa Nakahara on 9 Oct 2023

    Not many people today can name women scientists other than Marie Curie. You may have watched Oppenheimer over the summer – do you remember the name of a woman scientist who joined him in Los Alamos? Sadly, chemist Lilli Hornig is far less known compared to the male scientists in the film such as Einstein,Continue reading "Shedding a Light on Women in Science"

  • The Studio’s Nikki White to Present at DLF
    by Connor Hood on 29 Aug 2023

    We are excited to share that the Studio’s Digital Humanities Research & Instruction Librarian Nikki White will present with a panel including, UI Libraries’ Wendy Robertson, Roxanne Shiraz from CUNY’s Graduate Center, and Laura Morreale at this year’s DLF Forum! The group “will present examples of current efforts to improve description and discovery of DHContinue reading "The Studio’s Nikki White to Present at DLF"

  • The Studio’s 7th Cohort Completes Summer Fellowship Program
    by Connor Hood on 29 Aug 2023

    This August, 11 graduate students completed the 2023 Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio Summer Fellowship—marking the seventh cohort to be awarded the mentored digital scholarship internship experience since the program’s inception in 2017. At the end of the course, the fellows presented on findings, challenges, and conclusions drawn from their digital project work over theContinue reading "The Studio’s 7th Cohort Completes Summer Fellowship Program"

  • The Epic Highs and Lows of Building a Digital Archive
    by Kassie Baron on 2 Aug 2023

    When I was setting goals at the beginning of the summer, I thought processing and uploading the entirety of the Lowell Offering’s 5-year run would be reasonable. I was so wrong. I underestimated exactly how time-consuming the data entry would be and, around the halfway point, I realized I had to move along. Getting theContinue reading "The Epic Highs and Lows of Building a Digital Archive"

  • [Data] Mining For Medieval Messengers: Part 2
    by PJ Zaborowski on 2 Aug 2023

    Coming into the Summer Fellowship, the aspect of my project that I was most worried about was the coding. While I am fairly functional, if not precisely fluent, with most technologies, delving beneath the surface level into the murky chasms of coding was a scary step to take. As I sit here reflecting upon myContinue reading "[Data] Mining For Medieval Messengers: Part 2"

  • Intermedia in Iowa
    by Gracie Baer on 2 Aug 2023
  • Projection Mapping with Interlocking Sculpture: Prototype Designs
    by Stevie Delgado on 2 Aug 2023

    Integrating sculpture and multi-digital processes has been my primary research this summer and I began with sketching out designs for my chandeliers. These chandeliers are inspired by sun patterns throughout the day as the final sculpture will emulate sun rays through a light installation with digital projectors. I began with the pattern of Solar Noon,Continue reading "Projection Mapping with Interlocking Sculpture: Prototype Designs"

  • Workshop: A Creativity Podcast Post #2
    by Aaron Pang on 2 Aug 2023

    As I write this I have about a week left in the Digital Scholarship Fellowship. I am grateful for this time and space to work on my podcast Workshop: Writing in Progress. It has been a great learning experience to go from an idea to an actual thing that exists. Since this project involves theContinue reading "Workshop: A Creativity Podcast Post #2"

  • Workshop: A Creativity Podcast – Post #1
    by Aaron Pang on 2 Aug 2023

    I used to love NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Her smooth calming voice paired with her insightful questions motivated me on multiple occasions to purchase the book of her guest, be it Ocean Vuong’s poetry collection about grief after his mother’s death or Michael Pollan’s tome on psychedelic drug treatments.  But ever since startingContinue reading "Workshop: A Creativity Podcast – Post #1"

  • Blog Post 2: Susa Imports
    by Rachael Maxon on 2 Aug 2023

    When I first began this fellowship I had hoped that this post would be one of celebration, one that highlighted the fact that I was finished with my Omeka project. Unfortunately that is not the case. I’m not finished, and I’m a little disappointed that I didn’t reach my initial goal. I started with theContinue reading "Blog Post 2: Susa Imports"

  • COINTELSHOW 2.0: The public private partnership – a video teaser
    by Greg Wickenkamp on 2 Aug 2023


  • Measuring Moral Judgment Project Reflection
    by Regan Smock on 1 Aug 2023

    This summer I have been working on a project that will test the validity of a social psychological theory in measuring human moral judgment. To facilitate my research project, I began by constructing a survey that was posted on Amazon Mechanical Turk to pilot the test. My survey presented participants with moral transgressions, where theyContinue reading "Measuring Moral Judgment Project Reflection"

  • Blog Post #2: Conspiracy Theories
    by Elizabeth Zak on 27 Jul 2023

    This summer has allowed me to use my current skill set of basic text analysis while also improving on my flexibility and open-mindedness in research. While I have made progress on my research project, and accomplished many of the goals that I set out with at the beginning of the summer, I understand that thereContinue reading "Blog Post #2: Conspiracy Theories"

  • Projection Mapping with Interlocking Sculpture: A Start
    by Stevie Delgado on 18 Jul 2023

    Within my current graduate research I employ light and shadow in immersive installations meant to captivate my audience in a world of my design. Throughout my degree I’ve implemented programs that utilize technical design and execute it in interesting interconnective ways. My primary material has been cardboard due to its democratic nature, but in theContinue reading "Projection Mapping with Interlocking Sculpture: A Start"

  • Milling About
    by Kassie Baron on 11 Jul 2023

    When the first generation of “mill girls,” Yankee farmers’ daughters, arrived in New England’s textile factories in the early 19th-century, they were not completely sure what they would encounter or how much work they would have to do. Two hundred years later as I begin to collect and organize an archive of their writings, IContinue reading "Milling About"

  • Conspiracy Theory Analysis
    by Elizabeth Zak on 11 Jul 2023

    Conspiracy theories are a current and dangerous misinformation problem. Unfortunately, during the Covid-19 pandemic, many conspiracy theories, such as QAnon and 5G’s alleged link to Covid-19, spread and became mainstream. As a result, I decided to conduct a research project discussing conspiracy theories during the Covid-19 pandemic. I first determined whether to obtain a setContinue reading "Conspiracy Theory Analysis"

  • [Data] Mining for Medieval Messengers
    by PJ Zaborowski on 11 Jul 2023

    Prior to Samuel Morse’s invention of the telegraph in the first half of the nineteenth century, communication technology was chiefly limited to oral or textual messages delivered by a messenger. British sci-fi savant Arthur C. Clarke expands upon this fact, stating that “When Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, she had no swifterContinue reading "[Data] Mining for Medieval Messengers"

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