Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows

The Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows program is a paid, full-time summer internship opportunity for Bryn Mawr undergraduate students to learn digital research and publication methods and gain professional experience by collaborating on a public-facing digital scholarship project. Over the course of ten weeks, fellows explore key issues and methods in digital scholarship, critical making, and multi-modal research through a combination of hands-on work, instruction, and discussion. Fellows also have opportunities to visit local cultural heritage institutions, attend and present at conferences, create a personal digital portfolio, and learn about careers in libraries, museums, and digital media and research.

Information about the coming year’s program, including the call for applicants, will be available in January.

Cohorts and projects

Summer 2019: Journeyways to the West

Nitisha Bhandari, Dorothee Feng, Hanjun Huang, Tina Zhong
Fellows built A 3D-model of a baroque stage using forced perspective staging for a research project by Professor Shiamin Kwa (East Asian Languages & Civilizations)

Summer 2018: Bryn Mawr History of Women in Science

Elia Anagnostou, Tanjuma Haque, Arianna Li, Linda Zhu
Fellows built a VR environment based on archival photos of BMC’s early science labs.

Summer 2017: Visualizing College Women

Mimi Benkoussa, Madeline Perry, Nathália Santos, Claudia Zavala
Fellows created data visualizations and a timeline portal for the College Women Project.

Video by Claudia Zavala (Cities ’19, DSRA) and Stella Fritzell (Classics, DSGA). NB: If you are currently blocking 3rd party cookies on your browser, the video may not load. You can also view the video on viddler.

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