Digital Humanities Action Team

The Digital Humanities Action Team (DHAT) is a resource for partnering with humanities and social science faculty in exploring digital approaches to teaching, learning, and scholarship. Guided by the Digital Humanities Working Group, DHAT is a joint initiative of Information Technology Services and the University Library. While the primary focus is on the humanities and social sciences, the DHAT seeks to foster interdisciplinary collaborations across campus. The core activities of DHAT include evaluating digital methodologies and tools; collaborating with faculty and students on incorporating digital humanities into undergraduate courses; building expertise about digital humanities across the university; and assessing the effectiveness of these initiatives.

If you have an idea for a project or are currently involved in a project that could benefit from this group’s support, please email

Brandon Bucy, Senior Academic Technologist, ITS
Mackenzie Brooks, Assistant Professor and Digital Humanities Librarian

Jeff Barry, Associate Professor and Associate University Librarian
Sydney Bufkin, Mellon Digital Humanities Fellow
Paula Kiser, Assistant Professor and Digital Scholarship Librarian
Jeff Knudson, Senior Technology Architect
Jason Mickel, Assistant Professor and Director of Library Technology
David Pfaff, IQ Center Coordinator
Zach Nix, Technology Integration Specialist