Events in Princeton and Surrounding Areas

Maps and Geospatial Information Center @Princeton: Fall 2022 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Workshops. Multiple classes and topics related to GIS . The classes will be held in the Lewis Science Library E-classroom 225 from 1:30 to 3:00 PM EST. 

PICSciE Computing Training Workshops. The Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE), in collaboration with OIT Research Computing and other academic departments, offers mini courses and workshops on topics ranging from Programming Using Python to How to Create and Collect Geographic Data using QGIS. Read more and sign up for this semester's workshops


Great opportunities to learn something new or refresh what you already know. As part of the New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium we have access to the following:

Rutgers New Brunswick Libraries will offer workshops on Python, R, GIS, Digital Humanities, data visualization, data science topics, and social media data. For additional information and registration visit: https://libcal.rutgers.edu/nblworkshops

Rutgers Digital Humanities Initiative have among others workshops Building Digital Exhibitions and Collections with Omeka, Digital Humanities and Data, Digital Humanities and Pedagogy, Interactive Storytelling with Esri ArcGIS StoryMaps and Digital Humanities Project Development. For details visit: https://dh.rutgers.edu/fall-2022-events/


The Center for Culture, Society, and Religion, Princeton is hosting "Work, Pray, Code: A Conversation with Carolyn Chen" at Green Hall 0-S-6, October 24, 4:30 pm.

Center for Digital Humanities, Princeton: 
November 30 (details TBD) Join the CDH, the Office of the Dean for Research, and Princeton University Library for an Applying for Digital Humanities Grants workshop.

December 9 (in person): Join the CDH and Manuscript, Rare Book & Archive Studies (MARBAS) for a symposium on Machine Learning and the Future of Philology.

Princeton University Library Workshops and Events: Find out what’s on the calendar for fall: How QGIS and R work together, Literature Mapping in 30 Minutes, Using R with ArcGIS Pro, Introduction to Data Analysis with Stata, Text Analysis, and Visualizing Interconnections in the Social Sciences to name a few! PU NETID REQUIRED TO REGISTER. https://libcal.princeton.edu/calendar?cid=-1&t=d&d=0000-00-00&cal=-1&in…