Digital Hamilton encompasses learning opportunities using advanced technologies to explore and create research projects across the College’s disciplines.
ResourcesFind experts and digital tools at Burke Library's Research and Design Studio.
Digital Pedagogy FellowshipsFaculty create new assignments or teaching strategies that employ digital technology.
Data Science at HamiltonHamilton has added an interdisciplinary concentration in data science.
Chronicle of Higher Education Highlights HamiltonCollege’s work in incorporating virtual reality into classroom instruction is featured.
We want our students to understand the power and limits of computing processes; the potential uses of data, analytics, and computer modeling; the use of digital media to communicate and collaborate; the privacy, security, and other ethical and societal implications of living in an online world; and the basics of information fluency, including how to find, organize, evaluate, and interpret online information.
Digital Arts Class Connects '80s-'90s Media to Social Activism
On the first floor of the Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts, Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff teaches the class of her dreams.
Mixing the Creative & Digital into an Independent Concentration
Mix a passion for technology and design with an interest in crypto, NFTs, blockchain, and the metaverse, and you have the ingredients for a personalized concentration that combines art and computer science and a Hamiltonian ready to help others understand it all.
Hamilton Announces Data Science Concentration
Hamilton has added an interdisciplinary concentration in data science to its areas of study beginning this fall.
The existential themes of love, death, and time were explored in the AI-scripted and human-performed musical production Channelers, an interdisciplinary art project funded by the Dietrich Inchworm Grant and headed by Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff.
The New World Nature Project, leaning heavily on digital humanities skills, has produced new online tools and databases that will be of potential value to scholars everywhere.
Three Professors Earn Digital Pedagogy Fellowships
Three Hamilton professors are enhancing their teaching with digital capabilities thanks to Innovations in Digital Pedagogy Fellowships.
Intro to Computer Science: It’s Not Just for Majors Anymore
To all majors in history, sociology, literature, economics, Africana studies, and sundry other subjects — welcome to Computer Science 101.
Comp. Sci. Group Trains AI Machines to Communicate
Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science David Perkins and his research group explore if AIs could learn from each other.