If you’re like me, you may have never heard of “Computational Sewing.” Meet Swarthmore students Minh Nguyen, Judith Weng Zu, and Michelle Zhuang who have been using their summer for a research project that attempts to solve the problem of … Continue reading Summer Research: Computational Sewing
A little over a week ago, I was fortunate enough to receive an invite to try out GitHub Copilot. I’ve read articles and watched some YouTube videos about the tech prior to receiving my invite, and was excited to see … Continue reading Supercharged Coding with GitHub Copilot
Like many institutions across the nation, we too will be returning to campus starting fall of 2021. Although the past year was filled with ups and downs, we saw amazing innovations in teaching and learning. Many of us are discussing … Continue reading What Will Student Engagement Look Like When We Return To Campus?
We’ve all had to adapt to changes brought on by the pandemic. I was curious how the Chemistry department was able to to handle the move to online learning, especially when dealing with larger lab classes. I asked Senior Lab … Continue reading Building Online Chemistry: Interview with Lori Sonntag
ITS is piloting a new initiative called Domain of One’s Own, sometimes referred to as DoOO. This new service allows faculty to claim a free domain name (web address) and start building a website that is uniquely their own. You … Continue reading Create Your Own Website for Field Research, a Professional CV, Course Projects, an E-Portfolio, and More
It can be difficult to put a price on art. A beautiful, painstakingly crafted painting might sell for less than $100 at a coffee shop, while a banana duct-taped to a wall fetches $120,000 at Art Basel. A van Gogh … Continue reading Congratulations to Our MakerSpace Manager!