News & Updates

Nhora Lucía Serrano
Serrano on Comics Roundtable, Presents Awards
September 20, 2019

Associate Director for Digital Learning and Research Nhora Lucía Serrano presented in a roundtable discussion on “Best Practices in Comics Scholarly Publishing” at the 2nd Annual Comics Studies Society (CSS) Conference. The event took place this summer at Ryerson University in Toronto. More ...

Shiloh Twain: The Israelite House of David and Mary's City of David
September 12, 2019

Now on view in special collections, Burke Library, 3rd floor: "Shiloh Twain: The Israelite House of David and Mary's City of David" This new exhibition features artifacts from these two intentional communities based in Benton Harbor, Michigan. More ...

Hamilton's new faculty for 2019-20 and orientation leaders, as shot from a drone.
LITS Hosts New Faculty
August 30, 2019

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Suzanne Keen and Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology Joe Shelley hosted a reception for new 2019-2020 faculty.    More ...

Prof. Natalie Nannas and students with DNA.
DNA in 3D
August 5, 2019

Teaching her intro to biology and intermediate genetics courses, Assistant Professor of Biology Natalie Nannas would find herself waving her hands a lot, and it wasn’t to capture her students’ attention. More ...

Burke Library
LITS Hosts 2021 Liberal Arts Digital Innovation Workshop
August 1, 2019

The Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (LACOL) has announced that Hamilton's Library and Information Technology Services will host the LACOL consortium-wide workshop on June 21-23, 2021.  More ...

Judy Zhou ’19 sports a virtual reality headset to experience her “empathy walk.”
Privilege Step by Step
March 26, 2019

Not long after arriving at Hamilton, Judy Zhou ’19 needed to make a large-format poster for a chemistry class, and the College’s digital media interns were on duty to help. Zhou was intrigued by them, curious to know exactly what they did on campus. Her zeal and talent for technology were about to be unleashed. More ...

Viewing a virtual reality project
Virtual Realities & Literature Projects
September 1, 2018

During the Spring 2018 semester, Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature Nhora Lucía Serrano incorporated virtual reality technologies and assignments into her interdisciplinary Literature 232 “Dream a Little Dream: Virtual Realities & Literature” course. The intermedia course, designed to introduce students to the representation of virtual worlds in literature, explored emerging technologies such as StoryMaps, 3D virtual objects, and 3D virtual realities. More ...

Judy Zhou ’19 working on the HP Sprout, a combination PC, projector, depth sensor, and 3D scanner
Using Virtual Reality to Promote Empathy
August 1, 2018

Judy Zhou ’19 has been selected for our Hamilton College Instructional Technology Apprenticeship Program (ITAP). The program, founded by members of the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium (just link out– don’t list schools), provides paraprofessional experiences to students interested in instructional technology. Students are provided a multitude of experiential learning opportunities, including course support, pedagogy workshops, and networking. More ...

Not Just for Video Games: Virtual Reality Joins the Classroom
June 20, 2018

The weekly newsletter from the Chronicle of Higher Education mentioned Hamilton College in mid-June 2018.  More ...

Julie Suk ‘18 utilizes Laser Cutter for Art Thesis
June 1, 2018

This semester, our new Universal Laser Cutter was put to creative task. Julie Suk (Class of ‘18) worked along side Educational Technologist Bret Olsen to produce images that utilized the laser cutter, medium format photography, scanning, photoshop, and Illustrator.   More ...

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