College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Centers & Institutes > Studio Chi
Will Rasenberger, of Hamilton College and the American Prison Writing Archive, helps DePaul faculty members to transcribe handwritten narratives from incarcerated writers in a recent StudioCHI workshop.
DePaul and Chicago-area participants join in a December 2018 digital storytelling workshop, run by facilitators from StoryCenter.
Professor Kyle Grice explains his chemisty research at a recent "Research Meet and Greet" event, co-hosted by Studio CHI and the University Library.
Studio CHI is a center for faculty development at DePaul University, which fosters and supports research at the interface between humanities and computing. "CHI," which rhymes with "sky," is an acronym for computing/humanities interface.
The Studio sponsors events and trainings, with two primary goals. First, we aim to assist individual faculty members who want to build their capacity for using digital methods in their teaching and research. Second, we aim to bring faculty together from across departments and colleges, so that they might identify points of contact and build networks to support emerging digital projects.
The Studio is open to all faculty and staff in the DePaul community, and most of our events are open to the general public. Please join us at an
upcoming event or
reach out to us if you do research or teaching that is complementary to our mission.
Studio CHI is DePaul’s “digital humanities” (DH) center. Learn more about our history, our Director, our staff, and our Advisory Board.
We host talks and workshops all year long. Check out what’s upcoming!