Alumni

Bay_copyBay Lauris ByrneSim. Class of 2015, Dartmouth College. Double major in Art History and History modified with German. Bay was the Edward C. Lathem ’51 Special Collections Fellow at Rauner Library at Dartmouth College for 2015-16. Her academic interests include photography and photomontage during the 1930s. Bay was drawn to Remix as a way to explore the world of digital publishing and annotation. She wrote on her experiments with digital publishing and co-wrote our first article. She went on to a research fellowship in Germany. (Winter-Spring 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

qingyu_editQingyu Wang. MA Class of 2016, Comparative Literature, Dartmouth College. She is interested in late medieval English literature, especially the intersection of religion and poetics. On RemixQingyu experimented with digital transcription tools. She went on to enroll in the English PhD program at the University of Michigan (Winter-Spring 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

 

jennifer_picJennifer Zhong. Class of 2018, Dartmouth College. Major in English and minor in Computer Science. Interests in Shakespeare studies, Asian American literature, and web development. On Remix, Jennifer worked on web design and tool analysis. (Winter 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

 

me_moulshri_bbqLogan Henderson. Class of 2017, Dartmouth College. Interests in Digital Arts, Computer Science, Native American Studies, and Gender Studies.  On Remix, Logan worked on design and data curation. (Summer 2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scott MillspaughScott Millspaugh is an instructional designer with the Educational Technologies group at Dartmouth College. He holds a Ph.D. in Italian and Medieval Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and has published on thirteenth-century Italian lyric poetry and rhetorical culture. He is co-leader, along with Laurence Hooper and Graziella Parati, of DanteLab, which updates Robert Hollander’s Dartmouth Dante Project with a customizable interface that allows users to read across the text of the Divine Comedy, translations of the poem, and over 75 commentaries from the fourteenth century through today. In addition to the Romance lyric, medieval rhetorical practice, and Dante, Scott’s research interests also include the intersection between digital scholarship, technology in the classroom, and experiential learning.

Scott was instrumental in the inspiration and motivation to start Remix. It all started with a conversation about a Canvas course site that led to a flash of energy that lead to the first proposal and grant,…  (Winter-Spring-Summer 2015)

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