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Tue, 19 Mar 2019
Professor Gregory Heyworth and his digital media students are using different wavelengths of light to reveal illegible text that could create a sacred, tangible link with Jewish congregations lost to the Holocaust.
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
Hayley Clatterbuck, an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy; John Lambropoulos, chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering; and Michael Jarvis, an associate professor in the Department of History are being recognized for their distinctive teaching accomplishments.
Mon, 07 May 2018
Pip, an app developed by a team of graduating seniors in the Digital Media Studies Program, will let users check their fridge or freezer wherever they are using only their voice.
Wed, 24 May 2017
“All of these capstone projects were completed, had successful launches, and will live on after their creators graduate,” said Michael Jarvis, director of the Digital Media Studies Program.
Tue, 25 Apr 2017
At the "Breaking Boundaries: Video Games in Teaching, Learning, Research, and Design" event, students and scholars discussed the impact of video games and online games on learning and culture, while getting a chance to play.
Tue, 19 Jan 2016
A company run by four seniors has reached the final 32 of Student Startup Madness, a national collegiate competition for digital media startups. More than 100 teams applied.<br /> The company is called “thinc.” and features a website that displays the front pages of college newspapers across the country.
Tue, 19 Jan 2016
Senior digital media studies majors (from left) John Lockard, Yukun Liu, Gina Fabio, and Lean Mateos, are creating a video game set in a war zone. But to win the game, the object is not how many you can kill, but how many can you save.
Fri, 04 May 2012
Two new majors this fall offer students a state-of-the-art opportunity to explore the evolving fields of digital technology, through multidisciplinary research and learning.