Digital and Computational Studies
“One of the difficulties with polling nowadays is the huge decline in the number of people of who respond to polls. Going from a high in the 1970s of around 80 percent, we’re now down to single digits.”
Two computer science students are spending the summer working on computer programs that can imitate the work of two twentieth-century masters of abstract art: Jackson Pollock and Wassily Kandinsky.
At its recent meeting in Boston (February 4-6, 2016), the Bowdoin College Board of Trustees promoted seven faculty members to tenured positions.
Assistant Professor of Digital and Computational Studies and Computer Science Mohammad Irfan was on MPBN’s Maine Calling program earlier this week talking about what he knows best: coding.
Holding true to the liberal arts, and with an eye on innovation, President Barry Mills writes of the digital and computational approach to preparing students to be thoughtful and productive leaders.
Three humanities professors recently spoke about how they used digital technology in their fall classes to enable students to ask and answer complex questions.