In This Issue
Opportunity for Purdue Faculty to Integrate Data Science into Courses | Digital Humanities and Scholarship Advancing at Purdue | Purdue GIS Day Conference Student Research Competition Winners | Leading the Way: PULSIS UW Team | Latest Issue of CLA THiNK Features Collaborations with ASC | HSSE Featured Database | Hicks Study Breaks | Purdue University Press Holiday Sale | Office of Undergraduate Research | Faculty and Staff Presentations, Publications, Awards, and Accomplishments | Scene on Social |
Opportunity for Purdue Faculty to Integrate Data Science into Courses thru IMPACT Data Science Education Project
When the Integrative Data Science Initiative (IDSI) was announced, Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies (PULSIS) Associate Professor Clarence Maybee saw the initiative as an opportunity to create a sustainable and scalable course-development process for integrating data science into undergraduate courses. Read more…
Digital Humanities and Scholarship Advancing at Purdue: Data Science Initiative Funds Supporting Course Redesigns, Graduate Student Learning
Purdue University students who take social science or humanities courses will learn more from digital scholarship concepts and ideas incorporated into these courses in the coming months and years.
Thanks to Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities Matt Hannah, Professor of English and African-American Studies Venetria Patton, and the Integrative Data Science Initiative (IDSI) at Purdue, College of Liberal Arts faculty—who have had a desire to redesign an existing humanities or social science course to include digital scholarship—have been awarded small seed grants via Hannah’s and Patton’s “Engaging in the Digital Humanities” IDSI project. In 2018, their proposal was awarded funds as part of “the first investment towards achieving the goals of the Integrative Data Science Initiative.” Read more…
Purdue GIS Day Conference 2019 Student Research Poster Competition Winners
Six Purdue University students’ research projects were honored at the 2019 Purdue University GIS Day Conference. The students’ projects were reviewed by a panel of faculty and staff judges during the one-day event, which was held November 8 in Stewart Center. First-, second- and third-place winners received $100, $75, and $50 respectively.
Each year, the Purdue University GIS Day Conference is organized by Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies (PULSIS) Associate Professor and GIS Specialist Nicole Kong and GIS Instructional Coordinator Shirley Li, as well as a multidisciplinary team of faculty and staff from PULSIS and other departments on campus. Read more…
Leading the Way
On Wednesday, Nov. 20, Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies (PULSIS) United Way team members — who led fundraising in our unit for the Purdue United Way’s 2019 campaign — were recognized for their contributions to the campaign. This year, this team — comprised of (L to R) Ashley Hutchcraft, Mary Sego, Dan Rotello and Teresa Balser (both in back row), Sandy Galloway, and Angie Ewing — led PULSIS in raising more than $13,000 — $1,700+ more than the unit’s goal of $11,865! The team also collected more than 250 books for Read to Succeed. In addition, at the campaign celebration luncheon, the team was recognized for leading the PULSIS in the highest participation rate of all mid-size units on campus.
Latest Issue of College of Liberal Arts’ THiNK Mag Features Collaborations with Archives and Special Collections
In the Fall 2019 issue of THiNK, three projects involving partnerships or research support from the Purdue University Archives and Special Collections (ASC) are featured, including:
“Spacewalking,” a collaboration with Associate Head of Archives and Special Collections and Barron Hilton Archivist for Flight and Space Exploration Tracy Grimm; “Artistic Legacy,” with research support from ASC); and “Man + Machine: Research from Purdue’s Neil A. Armstrong Papers,” a partnership also with Grimm.
Access THiNK online at http://bit.ly/clathinkfall19.
- HSSE Featured Database – Academic Search Premier
- Hicks Study Breaks Schedule 2019
- Purdue University Press Holiday Sale
- Office of Undergraduate Research: Newsfeed, Newsletter, Upcoming Events, and More
Faculty and Staff Presentations, Publications, Awards, and Accomplishments – Oct/Nov 2019
Featuring: The PULSIS United Way Fundraising Team, as well as Director of Purdue Libraries Facilities Nanette Andersson, Professor Michael Fosmire, Professor Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel, Assistant Professor Sarah Huber, Director of Assessment Karen Hum, Associate Professor Nicole Kong, GIS Instructional Coordinator Shirley Li, Associate Professor Clarence Maybee, Interim Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor Michael Witt, and Assistant Professor Wei Zakharov. Read more…
On Monday, Nov. 4, faculty and staff at Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies welcomed Dr. Ramesh Gaur (left), dean of library and information at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), which is a ministry of the Government of India based in New Delhi. Dr. Gaur met with our dean, Dr. Beth McNeil (right), and he presented the seminar, “Preservation and Access to Indian Cultural Heritage.”
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