LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/11

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program will continue its film series, which is part of the month-long celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month.  The next film to be shown is The Imitation Game, a critically acclaimed film about the English mathematician and logician Alan Turing, who helped crack the Enigma code during World War II.  Dr. Jim Brown and Dr. … Read more of LGBTQ+ History Month Film Screening Continues 10/11

Join the Digital Studies Center for an Edit-a-Thon to Help Puerto Rico

The Digital Studies Center (DiSC) will host an Edit-a-Thon to help with the Puerto Rico relief process on Thursday, October 5th, from 12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.  Learn how to create detailed maps by marking out building for the Red Cross.  More detailed maps can help save lives.   No experience is necessary.  Lunch will be … Read more of Join the Digital Studies Center for an Edit-a-Thon to Help Puerto Rico

Registration Still Open for Podcast Workshop on 10/7

The Writers House, the Writing and Design Lab, WCCR (Rutgers–Camden Radio), the Digital Studies Center, and Push10 will present a day-long Podcast Workshop on Saturday, October 7th.  Designed as a survey of innovative audio narrative, participants will get an introduction to the technical side of podcast design, including open-source sound recording technology, basic sound technology, … Read more of Registration Still Open for Podcast Workshop on 10/7

SkypeOnArt Begins its New Season on 9/25

SkypeOnArt will return on Monday, September 25th, with a presentation on “Computer Vision” by Leigh M. Smith and Jordan Yemen, co-authors of the Street Cat Photo Booth.  The artwork has entailed designing autonomous feline-scale shelter spaces that utilize computer vision to identify and then photograph stray cats in dense urban centers. Come find out how this artwork … Read more of SkypeOnArt Begins its New Season on 9/25

Register Now for Digital Studies’ R–CADE Symposium on 4/21

The Digital Studies Center will host the Rutgers–Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R–CADE) on Friday, April 21st, from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. in the Campus Center.  Participants will take apart, dissect, and re-purpose artifacts as they attempt to understand their historical and cultural significance. This year’s event will include a keynote address by Rachel … Read more of Register Now for Digital Studies’ R–CADE Symposium on 4/21

Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

The Teaching Matters and Assessment Center (TMAC) will host “Alternative Facts? A Forum on Speech and Politics in a Post-Truth Era” on Monday, March 6th, from 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. in 401 Penn.  Featured panelists include: Dr. James Brown, Director of the Digital Studies Center and Assistant Professor of English; Dr. Jean-Louis Hippolyte, Associate … Read more of Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

Learn How ‘Big Data’ is Changing Political Campaigns on 3/1

The Department of Political Science and the Digital Studies Center will co-host, “How is ‘Big Data’ Changing Political Campaigns: A Conversation with Tom Bonier” on Wednesday, March 1st, from 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., in 401 Penn.  All are welcome to this free event.  Tom Bonier, chief executive officer at TargetSmart, a data, technology, and … Read more of Learn How ‘Big Data’ is Changing Political Campaigns on 3/1

Digital Studies Major and Minor Info Session on 10/12

The Digital Studies Center is hosting a Welcome Reception and Information Session for the new digital studies major and minor on Wednesday, October 12th, during the free period in Fine Arts 215 (the ModLab).  All are welcome to this event.  Lunch will be served.