[Humanist] 23.385 HASTAC Scholars

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 385.
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        Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 18:00:58 +0100
        From: I-CHASS <chass at ncsa.uiuc.edu>
        Subject: 2009-2010 HASTAC Scholars Announced


The Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts and Social Science (I-CHASS) is delighted to announce the 2009-2010 University of Illinois Humanities, Arts, Sciences, Technology, Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC: www.hastac.org) Scholars.  The HASTAC Scholars fellowship program recognizes graduate and undergraduate students who are engaged in innovative work across the areas of technology, the arts, the humanities, and the sciences that have been nominated by University of Illinois faculty. The University of Illinois 2009-2010 Scholars are:

Derek Attig, Department of History
Patrick Berry, Department of English
Amber Buck, Department of English
Steven Doran, Institute for Communications Research
Damian Duffy, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Bonnie Fortune, School of Art & Design
Mark Fredrickson, Department of Political Science
Jennifer Guiliano, Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Andrew Jones, Department of History
Michelle Kleehammer, Department of History
Jeffrey Kolar, School of Fine and Applied Arts
Ryuta Komaki, Institute for Communications Research
Jenni Lieberman, Department of English
Fengge Liu, Department of Landscape Architecture
Safiya Noble, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Samuel Oehlert, Department of History
Sarah Roberts, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Karen Rodriguez’G, Department of History
Pongsakorn "Tum" Suppakitpaisarn, Department of Landscape Architecture
Michael Verderame, Department of English

Scholars act as the eyes and ears of HASTAC’s virtual network, bringing the work happening on the University of Illinois campus and in their disciplines to international attention. The Scholars will spend the year as part of a virtual community of students creating, reporting on, blogging, vlogging, and podcasting events and scholarship for an international audience on the HASTAC website. Scholars will work together to facilitate the growth of digital disciplines on the Illinois campus via outreach and development efforts.

To learn more about the HASTAC Scholars program and to read the on-going blogs and efforts of the University of Illinois scholars, please visit:

http://www.hastac.org/scholars





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