Beyond Boundaries: Lightning Talks

source: Yale University     2016年7月11日
The first annual Yale STEAM Symposium began with presentations by undergraduate and graduate students on Digital Humanities/STEAM projects.
Anya Adair, English Language and Literature, PhD Candidate
“XML and TEI P5 as Pedagogic Tools: The Case of Medieval Manuscript Rolls”
Ye Seul Byeon, History, Undergraduate Student • Pepe Gómez-Acebo, Student Guide at the
Yale University Art Gallery, Undergraduate Student
“Towards a New Visitor Experience: Creating a Conceptual Map of the Yale University Art Gallery”
Stefanie Acevedo, Yale Music Department, Phd Student
“Exploring Popular Harmony: An Analysis of the McGill Billboard Corpus”
Roger Pellegrini, English Language and Literature, Undergraduate Student
“Glitch Lyric: Neural Networks and Poetry”
Michael Weaver, Political Science, PhD Candidate
“Lynching in the Press”
Grace Petegorsky, Computer Science, Undergraduate Student
“Tones in Vogue: An Analysis of Skin Color in Vogue Fashion Photography”
Stephanie Valencia, Yale Child Study Center-Technology and Innovation Lab,
Translational Technologies in Development Research Fellow
“Designing for All Abilities through Art and Engineering: the Design-Thinking Approach”

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