Digital Technology and Culture

The 2024 Seattle Experience highlights resiliency

After a successful pilot launch in 2023, the Seattle Experience, a faculty-led alternative spring break program hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences, kicked off the first of a three-year donor-funded series this March. This year’s cohort brought together 12 undergraduate students from several majors across five WSU campuses. The students spent five days in […]

Seattle Experience students pose for a picture in March.

Certificate programs open doors for undergraduates

Quantifying soft skills and problem-solving initiative can be tricky for new graduates heading to the job market. Three new interdisciplinary certificate programs offered by the Department of Art will provide students with recognized credentials that demonstrates their interdisciplinary skills and perspective. The three certificates — business of art, eco-arts and public engagement, and graphic design — offer any WSU student the […]

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Meet the new faculty of 2023

The breadth of scholarly interests and teaching expertise of the college’s newest faculty—from environmental humanities and many-body physics to economic globalization and the history of visual storytelling—enriches and expands the arts and sciences across the WSU system. Click “read more” to learn a little about each of these new faculty members. Arts & Humanities | […]

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Boyd and de Vries selected as research faculty fellows

The Office of Research is proud to welcome two new faculty fellows for the 2023 academic year. Ashley Boyd, associate professor and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of English, and Tor de Vries, assistant professor in the Department of Digital Technology and Culture, have both been selected to assist in furthering the Office […]

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Classroom to career connections

Students majoring in digital technology and culture (DTC) at WSU Pullman spent three days on a professional field trip to connect classroom learning to real-world careers and learn first-hand about the work of creative professionals. The five students began their experiential learning at the Vancouver campus, where the Pullman students were able to connect with […]

DTC students take a trip: Portland, Oregon.

New advantages for digital technology & culture students, faculty

Amid rising global demand for workers skilled in contemporary technologies who are also culturally literate, Washington State University is making changes to enhance the popular Digital Technology and Culture program. One of WSU’s fastest-growing degree programs with more than 400 students across four campuses—Pullman, Vancouver, Tri-Cities, and Global—DTC was recently elevated to department status, providing […]

DTC students working at a computer.

National Gilman Scholarships support study abroad

Eight undergraduates pursing seven different degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences recently received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships toward the study abroad program of their choice. They will use the funding to study in Italy, Japan, Portugal and Spain this summer and fall.