News & Events
Inaugural Artist in Residence program installation April 2012
The inaugural WPI Artist In Residence brought California-based artist Deborah Aschheim to campus in April 2012. The multimedia installation explores the connections between memories, forgetting, technology, and the built environment.
- HUA’s Jennifer Rudolph and Jennifer DeWinter among recipients of a Department of Education Grant for the development of a China Area Studies program for STEM students Details can be found here. >
- WPI Symposium on the Digital Humanities November 2 and 3 The Symposium is multidisciplinary and brings together a wide variety of folks working in the digital humanities. Keynote addresses given by Dr. Lisa Spiro of the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (Dr. Spiro’s bio can be found here) and Dr. Julia Flanders of Brown University’s Center for Digital Scholarship (Dr. Flanders’ bio can [...] >
- HUA Co-sponsors The Worcester Art Museum’s Symposium on the 1960s entitled “Photography, Media, and Society” The event takes place this Saturday (October 13th) from 8am-5:30pm in Olin Hall room 107 and features speakers from around the country and a gallery session that begins as 4pm. The event program can be found here. >
- Upcoming HUA Lecture: Columbian Activist Ligna Pulido The lecture is titled “Walking the Word: Indigenous Peoples Peace and Justice Activism” and is on the subject of the U.S. government’s role in the militarization of Columbia. It will take place at 4pm on Tuesday October 9th in the Lower Fuller Auditorium. Here is a bit about Pulido’s background: Pulido is an expert in [...] >
- HUA receives a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund and improve Language Studies The U.S. Department of Education press release can be found here. >