104 Frick Fine Arts Building
Institution of highest degree:
PhD, Columbia University
Digital humanities, contemporary digital and physical information management issues, the management of non-textual information, the history of the archives and records management professions.
"Managing Research Data: Challenges and Opportunities." Invited panel presentation at the Senate of the University of Pittsburgh Plenary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 2014.
"Curatorial Practice as Production of Visual & Spatial Knowledge." Invited panel presentation at the "Debating Visual Knowledge" conference, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 2014.
"Data Visualization as a Model for Engaged Practice." Invited talk presented at the "Big Data in Libraries" conference, Western New York Library Resources Council, Syracuse, New York, April 2014.
Recent Academic Products:
Itinera. Web resource found at http://itinera.pitt.edu. Technical Director and Project Manager, 2012-present.
Constellations. Web resource found at http://constellations.pitt.edu. Designer, Information Architect, Implementation Lead, 2013-present.
“The History of Archival Education in America: What's Next?” In Proceedings of the 2014 Archival Education and Research Institute, edited by Richard J. Cox, Alison Langmead, and Nora Mattern (Sacramento: Litwin Books, forthcoming 2015).