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University of Maryland College Park
College of Information Studies
Consulting, talks, workshops, etc.
Given my expertise in the design, development, and evaluation of community-based technologies, understanding of issues related to inclusion, equity, and justice, and creation of programs to broaden participation in STEM, I give talks and consult with various companies and organizations. My labor is valuable so nearly all of my talks and are paid (yes, people should be compensated for their labor!). On rare occasions, I make exceptions. Reach out if you'd like to hire me.
Potential Collaborators, Advocates, and Colleagues
I'm always interested in connecting with interesting people. If you would like to more about my work or collaborating, feel free to get in touch.
Potential Students and Postdocs
I'm currently looking for highly motivated and passionate postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students who are interested in working on my research projects. Given that my work is interdisciplinary in nature, students tend to have diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to design, computer science, social science, human computer interaction, and/or urban studies. Students tend to either do independent studies for coursework credit or are hired for paid positions.*
If you are interested in working on any of my projects, send me an email with your name, current degree program, year of study, resume/CV, and a description of which projects you are interested in (look at some of my recent papers to get a feel for what I work on). Be sure to include what you'd like to focus on.
Considering a Ph.D.?
Consider applying to our Ph.D. program in Information Studies. I do not solely influence your acceptance (or denial) into the Ph.D. program so please do not email me to get admission into the program.
*Undergraduate and Masters students: you will most likely be required to complete an independent study prior to being hired for a paid position.