Bumble Bee Garden

Bernice Chu, a Monroe scholar, completed her research on school gardens. As a ENSP senior with an interest in local food and diet, Bernice As part of her project she produced a short documentary about Blayton Elementary School’s process of building a garden on school grounds and getting students involved. Bumble Bee Garden. A film […]

Science Filmmakers Screen Their Final Projects

Five student films screened in Washington Hall. These films represent seven weeks of work and collaboration between eight students in the Filmmaker for Science Students course and professors. They are: The Pollution of Noise.¬†A film by Jamie Hall & Conor MacDonnell. Songbirds are more important to our lives than we thought. And they are under […]

Filmmaking for Science Students

This introductory course provides hands-on opportunities for science students to familiarize themselves with basic visual storytelling skills, including story development, production planning, digital videography, directing, lighting, non-linear editing, and sound design.¬†Through discussions, lectures, screenings, in-class demonstrations, reading assignments, and extended projects, students will learn to create technically proficient digital video productions. Students will focus on […]