- MA 2016, CUNY Graduate Center, Computational Linguistics
- MLIS 2012, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, GSLIS
- Data Curation for the Humanities Fellow 2010-11
- BA 2010, Brown University, English Literature with focus in early modern and medieval periods
- Courses in art history and culinary geography, Université Paris-Sorbonne, spring 2009
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice: NYC, 2012–present. Emerging Technologies & Online Learning Librarian.
- Assistant Professor 2016–present, Instructor 2012-16.
- Data Curation Education Program—Humanities: Champaign, IL, 2010-12. Research assistant.
- Smithsonian Institution Archives, Digital Services: Washington, DC, 2011. Web preservation intern.
- Center for Multimedia Excellence: Champaign, IL, 2010. Media preservation survey coordinator.
- Scholarly Technology Group at Brown (Center for Digital Scholarship): Providence, RI, 2008-10. UI and graphic designer.
- Carlsbad City Library (CA), Providence Public Library (RI), Mahomet Village Library (IL): 2010-12. Internships.
- Web systems: Drupal, WordPress, CollectiveAccess, Jekyll, Omeka
- Technical: Python, Git, XML
- Data: relational database design, logical modeling
- NLP: classification, prediction, NLTK, Scikit-learn
- Linguistics: semantics, syntax, morphology, historical
- Minicomputing: Raspberry Pi, Arduino
- Creative: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign; bookbinding; Javanese gamelan
- Standards: familiar with Dublin Core, TEI, and other schemata
- Human languages: French (proficient reading, panicked speaking); Spanish (basic); Old & Middle English (academic interest)
Recognition & awards
- PSC-CUNY Research Award, Traditional “A” Grant–2017. “Writing Against the Machine: Toward Stylometric Obfuscation”
- Online/Digital Teaching Seminar–John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2016. Funded faculty development program
- Early Modern Digital Agendas—Folger Institute, DC, 2016. Three-day NEH seminar and reunion
- Early Modern Digital Agendas—Folger Institute, DC, 2014. Two-day NEH seminar and reunion
- CUNY Professional Reassignment Leave—2013
- Early Modern Digital Agendas—Folger Institute, DC, 2013. Three-week NEH institute with stipend
- Digital Humanities 2012 travel scholarship—Hamburg, 2012. Through GSLIS
- JCDL 2012 travel scholarship—Washington, DC, 2012. Through GSLIS
- iConference 2012 travel scholarship—Toronto, 2012. Through GSLIS
- Data Curation in the Humanities Fellowship—2010-11. Through GSLIS (IMLS funding)
- T.W. Baldwin Book Collecting Contest Prize—2011. For “An Assemblage of Abecedaries.”
- Margaret B. Stillwell Book Collecting Contest Prize—2010. For “A Catalogue of Dictionaries”
- 2017–present Technology Advisory Committee (John Jay)—member, appointed
- 2017–present Curriculum Committee (John Jay Library)—member
- 2017–present Library Department newsletter, Classified Information—Editor
- 2016–present University Faculty Senate Library & Information Technology Committee (CUNY)—member
- 2016–present Research Advisory Committee (John Jay)—member
- 2015–2015 John Jay 2020: John Jay Online Committee (John Jay)—member, appointed
- 2013–2015 Social Media Committee (John Jay Library)—chair
- 2013–present Assessment Committee (John Jay Library)—member
- 2012–present Web Committee (John Jay Library)—chair, appointed
- 2012–present Faculty Senate Technology Committee (John Jay)—member, appointed
- 2013–2015 Emerging Technologies Committee (LACUNY)—chair, appointed
- 2013–2014 John Jay at 50: Exhibit Committee (John Jay)—member
- 2013–2014 Space Committee (John Jay Library)—member
- 2012–2013 Online Education Advisory Committee (John Jay)—member, appointed
- 2011–2012 ALA Student Chapter Lecture Committee—chair, elected
ACRL (and ACRL/NY), LITA, MLA, ACH, LACUNY, Beta Phi Mu
- Code, Drink, Talk: Crown Heights & Prospect Heights meetup founder & organizer (founded 2017)
- Code, Drink, Talk: Bushwick meetup founder (750+ members; founded 2013)
- Research Data Management guide, spring 2013 & ongoing
- Interviewed on The Setup blog, Dec. 2012
- Various articles in Classified Information, John Jay Library’s biannual newsletter, beginning fall 2012
- Profiled in GSLIS Alumni Newsletter (PDF), spring 2012
- Day of DH blogs: 2012, 2014
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