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MERGING TECHNOLOGY WITH THE GC'S RESEARCH AND TEACHING MISSIONS

 

The Graduate Center's Digital Initiatives (GCDI) focus on incorporating new technologies, data-driven inquiry, and digital humanities tools into how Graduate Center students learn, research, and teach.

Learn more about GCDI.

Degrees

GCDI works closely with the following programs at the Graduate Center:

 

Ph.D. Program

 

• Computer Science

 

Master's Programs

 

• Computational Linguistics;
• Digital Humanities and Data Visualization Tracks in M.A. Program in Liberal Studies

 

Certificate Programs

 

• Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

Visit the program pages above or learn more about the degrees here.

Fellowships & Support
GCDI Fellowships


• Provost's Digital Innovation Grants
• Digital Fellowships
• Social Media Fellowships
• Videography Fellowships

Read about the different types of fellowships and grants offered.

Featured Projects

For the latest GCDI projects, check the GCDI website.

 
Debates in the Digital Humanities Debates in Digital Humanities
Professor Matthew K. Gold (English/Digital Humanities)
Director, GC Digital Scholarship Lab

This interactive online platform presents the open-access webtext of Debates in the Digital Humanities, a book series from the University of Minnesota Press.
   
Quantifying Kissinger Everything on Paper Will Be Used Against Me: Quantifying Kissinger
Ph.D. Candidate Micki Kaufman (History)

Text analysis, visualization, and historical interpretation of the DNSA Kissinger correspondence.
   
On Broadway On Broadway: An Interactive Installation
Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science)

A visualization of life in the 21st century city through a compilation of images and data collected along the 13 miles of Broadway that span Manhattan.
   
DH Box DH Box
M.A. in Liberal Arts Student, Data & Digital Projects Librarian Stephen Zweibel

An easily accessed toolbox that can be used to teach technical subjects in the digital humanities.
Labs

Our labs support students and faculty as they pursue digital scholarship:

Users of the GC Digital Scholarship Lab focus particularly on creation of collaboratively produced, community-based, public-facing open-source software platforms for scholarly communication.

The New Media Lab is a dynamic environment where users conceive and create groundbreaking multimedia projects based on student and faculty scholarly research.

Contact

GC Digital Initiatives
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
gcdi@gc.cuny.edu

Dr. Matthew K. Gold
Advisor to the Provost for Digital Initiatives

Dr. Lisa Rhody
Deputy Director of Digital Initiatives
 

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