IMATS has a 3D image scanner, from a "Campus of the future" grant from Hewlett-Packard. This is for the "Digital Repatriations" project with Prof. Severin Fowles, involving 3D scanning indigenous artifacts.
Make your way to the second floor of the Barnard Library in the Milstein Center, through the elevator lobby to the IMATS Atrium next to the IMATS Equipment Checkout desk; have a seat on the plush couch under the portrait of James Baldwin and browse the powerful shelf of books there.
This week we talked to Ben Rosner, who is the Instructional Application Developer and Support Specialist at IMATS. Find out more about Ben's favorite spot in the Milstein Center, his favorite project and his amazing collaborator, his cat Sal.
Nominated by Melanie Hibbert and Alisa Rod, Premilla Nadasen is recognized for her "Maids and Madams: Nannies, Maids, and Care Workers in a Global Economy" and "Mississippi Semester" courses.
The IMATS Atrium (across from the equipment checkout room) has a comfy couch, art on the walls, and a browsing collection.
Jen Brown, Jenna Freedman, Jen Green, and Melanie Hibbert present at the American Library Association annual conference on Diversity, Equity, and Justice; a union catalog for zines, the Milstein Center, and DIY video creation, respectively.