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RUG — R User’s Group

R User’s Group (i.e., RUG) is a place for newbies and experts alike to learn and work together on projects using the statistical programming language, R. Do you want to learn the best practices for creating a reproducible workflow but don’t know where to begin? Struggling to figure out the best methods for wrangling a messy data set? Want to build a clean and professional website using free and open-source tools? We can do all this and more using R! Join us as we learn how to unlock the full potential of the R ecosystem.

Open to people of all skill levels, disciplines, and backgrounds.


[Zoom Event] Dissertation Futures

  • “Dissertation Futures” Online Roundtable Discussion, March 27th (Mon), 1230pm – 2pm

    To reconsider the future of the doctoral degree requires us to re-evaluate the role of the dissertation as a means of preparing and evaluating students. Join the GC Digital Fellows and four guest speakers for a conversation about the future of the dissertation as digital scholarship. What are the possibilities? the challenges? the options?

    Please join us in “The Future of Dissertations” online event that will be taking place on Monday, March 27, 2023 from 12:30 PM to 2 PM EST. [Register Here].  With funding from the PublicsLab and support from the English department, our online spring event will feature speakers who have completed non-traditional and/or digital dissertations and faculty mentors of such dissertations, including Kathleen Fitzpatrick, professor of English and director of digital humanities at Michigan State University, Marisa Parham, who is professor of English, director for the African American Digital Humanities Initiative (AADHUM) and associate director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH). To find out more about the speakers and the event, please check out this post.

    Please [REGISTER HERE] for the zoom link to the event.

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