I am a Teaching Assistant Professor in the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder. I completed my PhD in Information Science, also at CU Boulder, working with Jed Brubaker and the Identity Lab. My research interests focus on understanding the experiences people have during life transitions and how those experiences are represented in sociotechnical systems. I am particularly interested in how people make decisions about the data that are left behind in the wake of a romantic relationship ending, and how those decisions contribute to the formation of post-break-up identities.
I am concurrently an Adjunct Part-Time Faculty member in Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology, where I have taught through Penn State's World Campus program since 2016.
I'm presenting at CSCW 2022 this week, on work I did with Jed Brubaker. Link here.
Jack Manning (CTD undergraduate) and I contributed to a game hosted by the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship at CU Boulder.
I have published a book chapter, co-authored with Pam Wisniewski and Arup Ghosh. More here.