- College of Arts & Sciences, "Golden Dozen Teaching Award", Spring, 2006
- College of Arts & Sciences, "Outstanding Teaching Award", Spring, 2001
Research / Projects
Project Title: Source Code Documentation for Computational Art at the
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Supervisor: Professor Deena Engel, Courant Institute of Mathematics.
MoMA Liaison: Glenn Wharton, Media Conservator, Museum of Modern Art.
Students worked on a research project preparing documentation on a work of computational art in order to facilitate conservation decisions about this work in particular and to provide a model for this process for such works in general. The documentation included an overview of the technologies used, a flowchart of the work, identification and narrative descriptions of the functions and procedures and an overview to contextualize the work within the field of current computational art. CS Department Notice
Upcoming Talk - EMG (Electronic Media Group of the American Institute of conservation of Historic and Artistic Works) - Indianapolis, IN 5/31/2013 Technical Documentation of Source Code at the Museum of Modern Art with Glenn Wharton, Time-Based Media Conservator, Museum of Modern Art - http://www.conservation-us.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.viewPage&pageId=1162 (PDF)
SIGCSE 2013, Denver, Colorado, 3/8/2013: Poster Session - (PDF)Embracing the Digital Humanities: A Course on Computing in the Humanities for Undergraduate Computer Science Minor Students http://db.grinnell.edu/sigcse/sigcse2013/Program/viewAcceptedProposal.pdf?sessionType=poster&sessionNumber=2 (PDF)
Yale University Library's Standing Committee on Professional Awareness (SCOPA) and the Digital Humanities Working Group, 02/10/2012:Putting Primary Source Material Online: A Case Study from New York Universityhttp://digitalhumanities.yale.edu/blog/2012/02/09/deena-engel-visit (PDF) - Notes and Bibliography
NYU Workshop in Archival Practice, 10/14/2011: http://nyuarchiveworkshop.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/notes-from-archive-lab-digital-humanities-and-literary-archives/ (PDF)
NYU, Center For Teaching Excellence: Workshop on the digital Humanities
Why Digital Humanities? with Deena Engel, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Michael Stoller, and Diana Taylor
New York University Thursday, February 17, 2011. Co-sponsored by the Humanities Initiative at NYU.
Digital Humanities Conference, London - July, 2010; Poster Session: An Inter-Disciplinary Approach to Web Programming: A Collaboration Between the University Archives and the Department of Computer Science by Janet Marie Bunde and Deena Engel
http://www.arts-humanities.net/audio/interview_deena_engel_dh2010 - (PDF) Poster (PDF) - Interview (Audio)
Computing in the Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Partnership in Undergraduate Education by Janet Bunde and Deena Engel: Journal of Archival Organization, 1533-2756, Volume 8, Issue 2, 2010, Pages 149 - 159
Past or Portal? Enhancing Undergraduate Learning through Special Collections and ArchivesEdited by Eleanor Mitchell, Peggy Seiden, and Suzy Taraba. American Library Association, 2012. Co-author of Chapter 7 in "Pedagogy" - "New York University: Computing in the Humanities @ NYU Libraries" with Janet Bunde and Paula Feid.
Additional / Other
"The Graduate Student as Entrepreneur" by Sarah Ruth Jacobs: Chronicle of Higher Education, 11/29/2011: http://chronicle.com/article/The-Graduate-Student-as/129903/ (PDF)