Oct 27, 2014
At a Newberry Seminar workshop on the history of the book.
It's just past the midpoint of the fall semester, and the 22 students in the ACM Newberry Seminar in Chicago are intensively digging into their independent research projects.
That doesn't mean, though, that they've disappeared into their library carrels for the next few weeks, not to be seen until they emerge at the end of the term with their completed research papers in hand.
The program's emphasis on developing a research community, as well as honing each student's skills as a researcher, ensures that the students will remain engaged with their classmates, the seminar faculty, and the librarians and scholars at the Newberry Library even as the individual projects take center stage in the students' daily lives. Read more
Getting Lost and Finding Inspiration in London and Florence Oct 13, 2014
- Online gallery of students' photos and essays reflect their observations and experiences on the Arts in Context program.
Faculty Development and Grants Team Connects People, Campuses, and Resources Oct 3, 2014
- Brian Williams, Rashida Walker, and Ed Finn have been visiting campuses, planning conferences and RFPs, and reaching out to faculty and instructional technologists.
New Off-Campus Program Opens Shanghai to ACM Students Sep 10, 2014
- Program's curriculum will give students from a wide variety of majors the opportunity to explore their interests in the context of contemporary China.
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