Professors: Kuzmanovich (English), Lerner (Music), Lozada (Anthropology), McCarthy (German Studies), Peña (Hispanic Studies), Shen (Chinese Studies)
Associate Professors: Fache (French & Francophone Studies), Martinez (Communication Studies/Sociology), Miller (English), Sample (Digital Studies)
Assistant Professors: Dietrick (Art), Kabala (History/Digital Studies)
Visiting Associate Professor: Mundy (Digital Studies)
The Digital & Screen Media interdisciplinary major is offered through the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. Students must apply for the major prior to spring break of their sophomore year. Application information can be found on the CIS website.
Combining theory and practice as the foundation for analytic and creative endeavors, this major fosters expertise in a range of areas, including visual and procedural literacy, media history, ethical data and network practices, entrepreneurial thinking and design, engagement in participatory culture, and digital citizenship. The Digital and Screen Media major challenges students to fashion their digital presence while simultaneously questioning emerging technologies. Additionally the major encourages students to become sensitive consumers and producers of digital media, the dominant form of communication int he contemporary world. Digital and Screen Media courses draw from broader academic disciplines within the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.