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Digital Scholarship Research Symposium

Digital Scholarship Research Symposium

Related LibGuide: Digital Scholarship by Daniel Story

Date:
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Time:
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:
Digital Scholarship Commons
Location:
McHenry Library
Categories:
Digital Scholarship   Symposium  

Registration is required. There are 37 in-person seats available. There are 50 online seats available.

Registration required to receive Zoom info.  Same day registration and in person walk-in's are welcome!

We are excited to host the 6th Annual 2022 Digital Scholarship Research Symposium.  This year's event will be hosted in person with portions of the event streamed via Zoom.  UCSC students are provided two unique opportunities within the symposium to present their digital scholarship projects - an interactive digital poster session and an opportunity for a short VizWall talk.  The event focuses on showcasing the independent, digital research and classroom work of UCSC undergraduate and graduate students.  Join us to explore public facing, media-rich, critically engaged, and creative student research.

This event is planned as an in person event on the ground floor of McHenry Library in the David Kirk Digital Scholarship Commons.  Individually wrapped snacks and bottled water will be available for in person attendees.  VizWall talks will also be streamed via Zoom, and all projects aspects are provided our event page.

Register here to receive Zoom information when available.

Questions? Email digitalscholarship@ucsc.edu.

 

WELCOME AND KEYNOTE:  1:00–1:30 (Online and In Person)

Opening Remarks
Elizabeth Cowell, Richard L. Press University Librarian Presidential Chair
 

Keynote Speaker
Cult and Copper: Intra-Actions from the Bronze Age to A-Life

Presented by: Casondra Sobieralski


DIGITAL PROJECT SHOWCASE: 1:45–2:45 (In Person Only)

Audible Memories: Palestine-Isreal During the Covid-19 Pandemic & Ramadan
Presented by: Nona Golan

Design, Production, and Intellectual Property: The Evolution of Fast Fashion in the Age of Social Media
Presented by: Magali Chonteco

Diatom World
Presented by: Anya Chytrowski

Heaven
Presented by: Valerie Jackson
Project Collaborators: Kai Tattersall, Max Von der Horst, Diya Correa, Partho Gupte, Katherine Montes, Jason O'Connor, Sebastian Sack, Madison Kloeber, Cassie Howell, and Cas Pryer

History of 3D Modeling
Presented by: Shannon Nami Lee, Victoria Chaij, and Myles Rider-Alexis

Hyperreal Dinosaurs
Presented by: Alessia Cecchet

Judge My Vow
Presented by: Ardent Eliot :-) Reinhard

POP
Presented by: Brandon Victoriano

Random World Generation with Modern Technology
Presented by: Sky Casey

SlugCast: UCSC’s Official Podcast
Presented by: David Duncan
Other Collaborators: Erick Msumanje, Gwen Pardon, Isabel Cordova, Jenna-Rose Hards, Jennifer Valdez, Keely Gwynne, Kyle Keller, Tarund Singh, Nitya Tripathi, Bailey Dyson


VIZWALL TALKS, SESSION 1 - 3:00–3:50 (Online and In Person)

Design, Production, and Intellectual Property: The Evolution of Fast Fashion in the Age of Social Media
Presented by: Magali Chonteco

Diatom World
Presented by: Anya Chytrowski

Heaven
Presented by: Valerie Jackson
Project Collaborators: Kai Tattersall, Max Von der Horst, Diya Correa, Partho Gupte, Katherine Montes, Jason O'Connor, Sebastian Sack, Madison Kloeber, Cassie Howell, and Cas Pryer

Random World Generation with Modern Technology
Presented by: Sky Casey

Judge My Vow
Presented by: Ardent Eliot :-) Reinhard

 

VIZWALL TALKS, SESSION 2 - 4:00–4:50 (Online and In Person)

Maintaining the balance between proliferation and differentiation in postnatal neural stem cells
Presented by: Ariella Angelini Stewart
Other Collaborators: Jeremiah Tsyporin (UCSC MCD Biology PhD Candidate), Bin Chen (Professor of MCD Biology, Laboratory PI)

History of 3D Modeling
Presented by: Shannon Nami Lee, Victoria Chaij, and Myles Rider-Alexis

POP
Presented by: Brandon Victoriano

Audible Memories: Palestine-Isreal During the Covid-19 Pandemic & Ramadan
Presented by: Nona Golan

The Poetics of Data/Body: Intimating Data Visualization After the Post-Internet Turn
Presented by: Kendall Grady