Jacob Gaboury Named 2014-2015 Tomash Fellow
CBI is pleased to announce Jacob R. Gaboury as the 2014-2015 Adelle and Erwin Tomash Fellow!
Jacob is a Ph.D. candidate in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. His project, "Image Objects: Computer Graphics at the University of Utah, 1965-1979," explores the early history of computer visualization through the development of early 3D computer graphics at the University of Utah and the influence of the technical paradigms built by early graphics on the field of computer science. Jacob will be studying the Carl Machover Papers, which relate to the early history of computer graphics, recently acquired by the Charles Babbage Institute. Congratulations Jacob!
2014 Norberg Travel Grants Awarded!
Once again a strong pool of candidates applied for the Arthur L. Norberg Travel Grants this year.
Congratulations to Michael Castelle a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the University of Chicago, John Day an adjunct professor in Computer Science at Boston University Metropolitan College, Raiford Guins an associate professor of Culture and Technology at Stony Brook University, and Andrew Russell an assistant professor of History at Stevens Institute of Technology.
We look forward to their upcoming visits to CBI!