Beyond Boundaries: Roundtable Discussion

source: Yale University   2016年7月11日
The first annual Yale STEAM Symposium featured presentations by faculty and staff on the benefits and challenges of digital methods and collaborations for research and teaching.
Rebekah Ahrendt, Department of Music: “On Letters, ‘Discovery,’ and Collaboration”
Anikó Bezur, Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH), Technical Studies Lab
Ian McClure, Yale University Art Gallery and IPCH Conservation Lab: “Making the Invisible
Visible: How Science Advances Research in Art History and Beyond”
Amy Hungerford, Director, Division of the Humanities; English, American Studies:
“Reading, Machines, and the Humanities”
Holly Rushmeier, Computer Science: “Computer Graphic”
Moderators: Chanthia Ma, Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology (MCDB), Undergraduate
Student • Gideon Fink Shapiro, Digital Humanities Lab, Postdoctoral Associate

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