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    Composed Amidst Feverish Delirium: Ill Again

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    Bridging Communities of Practice: Cross-Institutional Collaboration for Undergraduate Digital Scholars

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    At Bucknell University and Gettysburg College, an increasing focus on supporting creative undergraduate research as intensive, high-impact experiences has resulted in both institutions implementing library-led digital scholarship fellowships for their students. Gettysburg’s Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship began in 2016, and Bucknell’s Digital Scholarship Summer Research Fellowship in 2017.1 While academic libraries have emerged as leaders on college campuses for digital humanities (DH) services, the programs at Gettysburg and Bucknell are distinctive in their structured curricula, a focus on independent student research, and the development of a local community of practice. Each program situates undergraduate research in the field of digital humanities, providing methodological and technological support as students explore their own topics of humanistic inquiry and develop public-facing digital projects during the summer. [excerpt


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    Study of Rembrandt

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    Letter from the Editors

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    Climate Change: The Ultimate Cereal Killer: The Impact of Temperature and Precipitation on Agricultural Yields

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    The global food supply depends on agricultural production, but as the negative effects of climate change are exacerbated by human activity, how will agriculture need to change to accommodate both climate change and the increasing population? In order to understand what adaptations will be necessary, we perform analysis on the relationship between climate change (temperature and precipitation) and crop yields (barley, rice, and soybean). We take a multinational approach, using ten countries for each model, to see the global impact of climate change on production. Testing many models, we settle on country-specific time trends, eliminating many confounding variables by focusing on climate’s effect on variations from the trend. For all three crops, the analysis shows that temperature has a significant effect on output while precipitation has a negligible effect. The models account for upwards of 96% of the variation from the trend for each crop on a year-by-year basis. In a similar way to how irrigation has altered agriculture\u27s reliance on natural water supplies, we now need to focus on developing technology to counteract the effects of increasing temperatures on crop growth

    Faculty Meeting Minutes - March 23, 2023

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    Minutes of the Gettysburg College Faculty Business Meeting, March 23, 2023

    APPC Minutes - April 4, 2023

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    Minutes of the Academic Policy and Program Committee Meeting, April 4, 2023

    APPC Minutes - March 14, 2023

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    Minutes of the Academic Policy and Program Committee Meeting, March 14, 202

    Faculty Meeting Minutes – February 16, 2023

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    Minutes of the Gettysburg College Faculty Business Meeting, February 16, 2023


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