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DTC Interns at ATALM 2017

In October of 2017, the DTC Interns - Jeff Braund, Kelly-anne Cubley, and Nicole Schmidt - had the opportunity to travel to New Mexico to film the Association of Tribal Archives Libraries and Museums (ATALM) conference with the DTC Assistant Director, Ruth Gregory, and DTC Director, Kim Christen. » More ...

2017 DTC Mixer

Thanks to everyone who came out to our first DTC Mixer at the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center in Seattle on May 25th! Professionals working in media, web design, user experience, communications, and graphic design from companies like Microsoft, Amazon, GoDaddy, Big Fin, the Northwest Film Forum, Horizon Air, Costco, Washington Filmworks, Habitat for Humanity, and fearless360 were all on hand to provide mentorship and guidance to our students as they look to transition into the professional world. » More ...

Congrats Tihani!

Every year the Digital Technology & Culture program recognizes an Outstanding Senior for their accomplishments.  This year the faculty in DTC recognized the work and accomplishments of Tihani Cadiem-Moore.

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2017 DTC Showcase Winners

Congratulations to the 2017 DTC Showcase Winners!

Best Stop-Motion
Kira Norman
“Witch’s Brew”

Best Short Narrative Film
Melissa Barajas
“Truth Be Told”

Best Short Documentary
Alonso Lopez-Meza and Tihani Cadiam-Moore
“Pure Nelida”

Best Short Documentary Honorable Mention
Tyler Nelson
“Alopecia: A Short Documentary”

Best Website Design
Toree Boutz, Pei-Chi Chu, Josh Monroe, Byron Howell
“Science on Ice”

Best Digital Design
Erik Etherton, Marco Harris, Janae Nelson
“Not Your Basic Zine”

Best Digital Design Honorable Mention
Sydney Elliot
“Ski Designs that Shred Gnar”

Best 3D Animation
Tou Mou
“PSA—Not That Old”

Best 3D Animation Honorable Mention
Sulaiman Ambusaidi
“PSA—Foster Parenting”

The Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation Graduate Assistant Positions 2016-2017

The Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation Graduate Assistant Positions 2016-2017

The CDSC is offering two full GAships (tuition and stipend) for 2017-18. If you are interested in digital scholarship, curation, data management, digital production, issues of access, ethics, and collaboration, consider applying for a Graduate Assistantship in the CDSC. We are an active team engaging with students, faculty and community members. The CDSC positions offer opportunities in the following:

  • Technical training in software such as Adobe Creative Suite, Camtasia, Audacity, Omeka, Scalar, Mukurtu CMS and mobile technologies.
  • Editing, transcription, and data management.
  • Production of workshop materials, educational resources, and digital course materials.
  • Facilitating, designing, and conducting graduate student and faculty focus groups.
  • Opportunities to lead class sessions, small groups, and interested parties in the use and application of the services of the CDSC.
  • Hands-on interpersonal communication and collaboration with Native American community members participating in community workshops held at the CDSC.

Applicants will be expected to:

  • Work at the CDSC 20 hours a week (between 8:30-4:30) and some evenings.
  • Manage CDSC email and social media accounts.
  • Interact with instructors, students, and visitors.
  • Set up Center space for classes, workshops, seminars, and public talks.
  • Be familiar with tools including: Microsoft Office, Google Drive, and Dropbox.
  • Demonstrate a willingness to learn new software and digital tools through one-on-one and self-directed training.
  • Be able to work as part of a team and independently.
  • Possess strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Be prompt, follow staff directions and work together with other faculty, staff, and Graduate Assistants.

To apply please submit a cover letter and CV via email to Dr. Kim Christen ( and Trevor Bond ( by February 21. For more information please email us at or visit our website at