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Fall 2017 Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center

In Fall 2017, 21 courses focusing on computational practices and digital cultures are open for cross-registration across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. Topics covered in these courses range from theorizing digital humanities to computer programming to statistical analysis, and provide hands-on opportunities for GC students to develop their digital research skills. Check […]

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Why You Should

This is a guest post by Amanda Sanseverino, a first-year doctoral student in Accounting at the Graduate Center and attendee of the January 2017 Digital Research Institute. Follow her on Twitter or LinkedIn. Most graduate students find there is very little time to do anything outside of what they need to do in order to stay afloat. […]

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Computational Linguistics M.A. program

Computational Linguistics is at the intersection of linguistics and computer science; the field focuses on how computers and algorithms can be used to model the sounds, grammar, and meaning of human language. Professionals and researchers in computational linguistics apply computational and statistical techniques to linguistic data – in order to answer challenging questions in linguistics […]

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