The NULab is delighted to announce our fall calendar of events. We have some very exciting talks, workshops, and other events planned for the semester, organized around our year-long focus on digital storytelling. You can find additional details and registration information for these events at:

These events are free and open to the public but some require registration. Guests from outside the Northeastern community who wish to attend NULab-hosted events should RSVP to Sarah Connell at sa.connell[at]northeastern[dot]edu.

We hope to see you this fall!

NULab Fall Events
2018–2019 Series on Digital Storytelling

Every Wednesday, 12pm, Digital Scholarship Commons, Snell Library, 2nd Floor
DH Open Office Hours
Co-sponsored with the Digital Scholarship Group (DSG)

Every Monday, 2pm, NULab Commons, 409 Nightingale Hall
Feminist Coding Collective

September 24, 3-5pm, 90 Snell Library
Fall Welcome Event
Keynote speaker: Monica Muñoz Martinez, Brown University
Co-sponsored with the DSG

October 1, 12pm, 177 Huntington Ave, 11th Floor
“The Space Between Us”
Visiting Speaker, Ryan Enos, Harvard University
Sponsored by the Network Science Institute

October 5, 11am, 177 Huntington Ave, 11th Floor
“Companies and the Emergence of Economic Topics”
Visiting Speaker, Emily Erikson, Yale University
Sponsored by the Network Science Institute

October 11, 2–4pm, 333 Curry Student Center
Kickoff Panel: Digital Storytelling
Featuring research presentations by NULab faculty members: Michelle Borkin, Pedro Cruz, Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Élika Ortega, and John Wihbey
Co-sponsored with the Northeastern University Visualization Consortium (NUVis)

October 19, 2–3:30pm, 177 Huntington Ave, 11th Floor
Visiting Speaker, Peter Dodds, University of Vermont
Co-sponsored with the Network Science Institute

October 24, 1–2pm, 440 Curry Student Center
Digital Assignment Showcase
Co-sponsored with the Pedagogy-in-Progress series

October 30, 10am–12pm, 422 Snell Library
Women Writers Vector Toolkit Workshop
Co-sponsored with the Women Writers Project

October 31, 1:30–3pm, 440 Curry Student Center
“Speed Data-ing” research collaboration event
Organized by the NULab Fellows

GitHub and GitHub Pages Workshops
—November 7, 10am–12pm, 422 Snell Library
“Introduction to GitHub”
Presented by: Cara Messina, NULab Coordinator
—November 8, 12pm–2pm, Digital Scholarship Commons
“Building a Website with Jekyll & GitHub Pages”
Presented by: Ryan Cordell, Associate Professor of English, Northeastern University

November 13, 440 Egan
10am–12pm “Tropy: Research Photo Management for Librarians and Archivists” Workshop
2–4pm “Tropy: Research Photo Management for Faculty” Workshop
Presented by: Abigail Mullen, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
Co-sponsored with the DSG

November 15, 3–4pm, 102 West Village G
Visiting Speaker, Nil Tuzcu, Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development
Co-sponsored with the College of Arts, Media and Design, the DSG, and NUVis