This site was created by Sawyer Gander, Kayleigh Cornell, Klara Smith, Nicole Humphrey, and Shanel Wu. It represents the final project in the course Teaching Ethnography for Social Change taught by Kathryn Goldfarb.
This blog was part of a class assignment for Professor Christopher Haynes\' Topic in Popular Culture class. The assignment was to pick a current fandom and elaborate ob it based on specific guidelines for the class.
I created this site primarily to show to employers who I am interested in working for. It features my resume, a writing profile, and a bit of information about me and my interests. While simple, my site has already helped me get a job with a
This portfolio highlights the work of Clara Geoghegan, an undergraduate student majoring in anthropology and minoring in ecology and evolutionary biology, with a certificate in public health.
This site features the work of Austin Chau, a graduate of CU Boulder with a degree in Computer Science. Included on the site are examples of his recent work as well as a copy of his resume.
This portfolio is an example submitted by recent graduate student and current CU staff member, Blair Young. She is a self described armchair evolutionary anthropologist, aspiring digital economist, and actual parent.
This site is an example of a portfolio made using the dimension calling card application submitted by Sara Myers. She is a graduate student in Classical Art & Archaeology, with an interest in the modern reception of the ancient world.
“Into the Pulterverse” represents an editing project undertaken by nineteen undergraduates enrolled in Professor Dianne Mitchell’s Literary Analysis course at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
The Shakespeare CoLab is an interdisciplinary digital humanities project working to create a repository of fully-annotated Shakespeare texts on a digitized platform.
This digital exhibit has been developed by students and faculty in HIST 1012- Empire, Revolution, and Global War, a History course at the University of Colorado Boulder.
This is a collection compiled by a group of undergradutes alongside Beth Osnes and Nii Armah Sowah which is meant to guide people through various engaging activities.
This website was made by Maxwell Banks, a computer science undergraduate student. It acts as a portfolio and blog regarding technology and debate, as well as a resume.
This website is an example of a self-published graduate thesis, completed by Sara Myers. The thesis explores the relationship between museums and street art across the world.