About the Digital Projects Institute

About the Creator of the International Student Experience

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Alison Bowman is a senior English Teaching and Philosophy double major at the Univeristy of New Hampshire. She is involved in several organizations on campus including Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta, and the Campus Activities Board. She picked this project because of her personal conneciton to the international student population on campus. She wanted UNH students and incoming international students to have a better understanding of what life as a UNH student is like from the perspectives of international students and students from different cultural backgrounds. She hopes you enjoy her website!

To see Alison Bowman's LinkedIn profile, click here.

To view Alison Bowman's resume, click here.

 

About the HUGEmanities Digital Project Institute

The HUGEmanities Project is a collaboration between The New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative, and UNH College of Liberal Arts. It is an initiative that highlights the engaged, active thinking and digital humanities work UNH students are doing. It showcases the different ways COLA students are looking at global problems and issues through their own diverse viewpoints. 

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The Summer 2019 HUGEmanities Digital Project Institute is a paid digital apprenticeship that will take place the last two weeks in May. It consists of workshops, mentoring, and training in digital production. Students will develop and publish a digital project that answers a humanities driven question.Students will begin with a narrative and then will publish their work using movie making, and / or webcasting and podcasting skills. Student projects will be hosted on the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative website.

The HUGEmanities Project is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; specifically the New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative; and is a College of Liberal Arts initiative.

Contact Krista Jackman (Krista.Jackman@UNH.edu) or Molly Campbell (M.Campbell@UNH.edu) with any questions.