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Digital Storytelling Program


The Digital Storytelling Program combines narrative and conceptually driven studies with new and emerging multimedia tools to achieve a balance between aesthetic and imagination. The DST program puts storytelling first and combines it with new and emerging technologies.

Digital Storytelling’s interdisciplinary program emphasizes skills in video production, emerging media, animation, video art, writing and critical theory. Like other forms of storytelling, digital storytelling reaches audiences for artistic, educational, and commercial purposes, translating human knowledge and experience into multimedia spaces. Students use technology and the universal art of storytelling to connect and entertain audiences, innovate, and solve human-scale problems. They work to tell stories that stimulate, provoke, and inspire.

Digital Storytelling Faculty

Assistant Professor
227 Tate Hall
Academic Advisor - College of Arts & Science, Digital Storytelling, and Film Studies Majors
Assistant Teaching Professor
209 Swallow Hall
Assistant Teaching Professor
229 Tate Hall
Assistant Teaching Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies
228 Tate Hall