Interterm 2016 Courses:
- Exploring Data with Excel
- Analyzing Data with Mathematica
- Scientific Programming with Python
- Mapping Geographic Data with ArcGIS
- Investigating Networks with Gephi
- Interactive Data Visualization on the Web
- Designing Posters For High-Impact Communication
A Research Seminar, The Place of Memory: Engaging History in the Digital World
Public Health and Geographic Analysis: Essential Partners for 160 Years
A presentation for the Amherst College student group GlobeMed.
A workshop for the Amherst College community, and also for NEURISA Day 2014.
News: Ebola: Amherst Responds.
A Research Seminar, Cities, Schools, and Space
A workshop for faculty, Spatial Techniques for the Digital Humanities
A workshop for Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy students.
A presentation for Anthropology 230, “Ethnographic Methods” (access restricted).
A presentation for Biochemistry and Biophysics 46, “Molecular and Cellular Biophysics”, analyzing macromolecular structure using Mathematica.