The Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR) sponsors workshops, events, and educational programs in coordination with our partners across the College of Liberal Arts and beyond.
The Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate is a certificate program available to any Texas A&M University graduate student.
Programming For Humanists is a year-long workshop on how to code and use programming languages, available through TAMU’s Continuing Education Division. Fall semester classes cover introductory digital humanities topics, while spring courses cover intermediate to advanced materials.
The Humanities Visualization Space is available to faculty, students, and staff for liberal arts and humanities teaching and research. The HVS is available for class or group demonstrations, workshops, guest speakers, and presentations of interactive digital content.