digital humanities


Breakthroughs: HU research team traces lost Harrisburg community and beyond 

Dramatic changes occurred in Harrisburg during what is called the City Beautiful Movement, including the expansion of the city’s capitol complex in the early 20th Century. The expansion forced many immigrants, minorities, and lower-income citizens who lived behind the capitol, in the city’s Old 8th Ward, to move elsewhere in Harrisburg and beyond. More than […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized

Breakthroughs: Digital Humanities shows us shape of the past

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology’s culture of inquiry has transformed the University into one of Pennsylvania’s premier Science and Technology research institutions. Our professors have teamed with students on research that is poised to save animals, clean up polluted waterways, and revolutionize skin-graft surgeries. But that’s just three Harrisburg University Breakthroughs. HU professors continue to […]

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HU professor, students map out Harrisburg’s history

Research is a hallmark of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. And to encourage collaborative research among professors and students, each year, University President Dr. Eric Darr awards grants, dubbed Presidential Research Grants, to help fund a series of projects. The grants are not merely awarded to push professors and students to work together, however. […]

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