Summer Scholars

What is the DigiLab’s Summer Scholar Program?

This summer program is designed to introduce DH as an advanced research method for undergraduates. Over six weeks, students will initiate and develop their own research projects while participating in workshops and weekly discussions of readings from a shared syllabus that address the major questions and principles in the field of digital humanities.  A Summer Scholar will build their DH skills within a community of other scholars, have time to work on their own ideas, develop new research questions, gain practical experience with digital tools and project management, have the opportunity to professionalize their research, and acquire presentation skills.

Announcing our first group of DIGI Summer Scholars!

Above is from Brunson’s research.

Check out Curry’s website to find out more on this novel.

Camacho’s research on Postmodernism.

Meet the 2018 Summer Scholars

Annelle Brunson

Bradley Camacho

Katie Curry

Maggie Dryden

Jordan Miceli

Trevor Talmadge

Over the course of six weeks this past summer, the group worked on Digital Humanities projects of their own design. They presented their findings at the DIGI Colloquium Fall 2018.

To check out their findings, visit this website. Here, you can find each individual scholar’s research, too.

Faculty members nominate promising students for the chance to participate in this competitive summer scholar program.