Home- About- Facilities at Colgate - Ho Tung Visualization Lab- Academics Academics in the Visualization Lab The visualization lab is an incredibly flexible space that can be utilized in teaching any academic discipline, from the sciences to the humanities. For more information, call 315-228-6126 or e-mail Joe Eakin to see how the vis lab can be incorporated into your class. A Teaching Tool From recreating the night sky, to recreating scenes from antiquity, our faculty are constantly finding ways to incorporate the lab into their innovative syllabi. Students Create Content Understanding that teaching is often the best way to learn, our students get involved in the lab developing new shows and materials. Their work includes 3D modeling, script writing, and even the composition of music. Courses Utilizing the Lab The visualization lab has the following goals when collaborating with faculty on course materials and teaching opportunities: Engage students in interactive teaching modules. Provide students with an immersive environment to aide in the retention of knowledge. CORE-Scientific Perspectives CORE 104s – Fundamental Questions in Science from Subatomic to Cosmological Kiko Galvez and Catherine Herne CORE 106s – Galileo, the Church, and the Scientific Endeavor Jeff Bary CORE 122s – Life in the Universe Tom Balonek CORE Challenges of Modernity CORE 152 – Challenge of Modernity Monika Burczyk CORE Communities and Identities CORE 167c – Japan Dai Yamamoto CORE 168c – The Arctic Melissa Kagle CORE 177c – Peru Maureen Hays-Mitchell Art and Art History ARTS 201 – Digital Studio Wenhua Shi RPM – Sound Art China Dajuin Yao and Wenhua Shi Shadows Series Creighton Michael Classics LATN 121 – Elementary Latin William Stull CLAS 237 – Roman History Robert Garland Murder on the Ides Show (more) Robert Garland Death of Socrates Show Robert Garland Sociology and Anthropology ANTH 103 – Introduction to Archaeology Jordan Kerber ANTH/ASTR 230 – Astronomy in Culture Tony Aveni SOAN 354 – Field Methods in Archaeoastronomy Tony Aveni SOAN 360 – Comparative Cosmologies Tony Aveni Geography GEOG 131 - Environmental Geography Adam Burnett and Mike Loranty GEOG 321 - Gender, Justice, and Environmental Change Maureen Hays-Mitchell GEOG 329 - Environmental Security Marcus Edino GEOG 332 - Weather and Climate Adam Burnett FSEM 184 - Geography of Human Rights Maureen Hays-Mitchell Geology GEOL 105 - MegaGeology Karen Harpp GEOL 115 - Evolution: Dinosaurs to Darwin Connie Soja GEOL 120 - Field Study: Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion Bruce Selleck GEOL 135 - Oceanography Amy Leventer GEOL 215 - Paleontology Connie Soja GEOL 220 - Volcanology Karen Harpp GEOL 350 - Paleoclimatology Amy Leventer GEOL 415 - Seminar on Reefs Connie Soja Biology BIOL 103 - Topics in Adaptation Nancy Pruitt BIOL 211 - Evolution, Ecology, and Diversity Krista Ingram and Damhnait McHugh BIOL 485 - Experimental Animal Behavior Krista Ingram Flight into the Cell Ken Belanger Physics and Astronomy ASTR 101 - Solar System Astronomy Tom Balonek ASTR 102 - Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe Jeff Bary ASTR 312 - Astronomical Techniques Tom Balonek Making of a Star and Her Entourage Jeff Bary About Colgate at a Glance Past, Present, and Future Maps and Travel Options Colgate Campus About Hamilton, New York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate The Arts Athletics Chapel House Classrooms and Research Libraries Ho Tung Visualization Lab About the Visualization Lab Show LIbrary Academics Newsroom ColgateX RELATED LINKS Science Outreach FIELD TRIPS Schools visit the visualization lab, greenhouse, and geology museum. Physics and Astronomy Research PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY RESEARCH Colgate students and faculty are unlocking the secrets of the universe. Show Library SHOW LIBRARY All the shows available for screening in the visualization lab. Contact CONTACT INFORMATION Call or e-mail the visualization lab.