RA: NSF CAREER “Governing Collaborative Science: Cyberinfrastructure, Scale, and Governance in the Networked Ecological Sciences”

NSF CAREER “Governing Collaborative Science: Cyberinfrastructure, Scale, and Governance in the Networked Ecological Sciences” Cornell University Information Science Department — Ithaca, NY January 2012 — August 2013 PI Dr. Steven Jackson, understanding the relationship between new information technologies and forms of governance in ecology, focused on shifts in the practice of science.

RA: NSF EAGER “Scientific Collaboration in Time: Temporality in Ethnographically Grounded Network Analysis of Scientific Collaboration”

NSF EAGER “Scientific Collaboration in Time: Temporality in Ethnographically Grounded Network Analysis of Scientific Collaboration” Cornell University Information Science Department | Ithaca, NY September 2013 — August 2014 PIs Steven Jackson, Carl Lagoze, Theresa Velden; to advance a new interdisciplinary methodology that integrates ethnographic field studies with the analysis of large-scale publication networks to strengthen the empirical basis…

RA: NSF IIS “Visualization of Reputations in Collaborative Systems”

NSF IIS “Visualization of Reputations in Collaborative Systems” University of Washington Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering | Seatlle, WA September 2010 — May 2011 PIs Drs. Mark Zachry and David McDonald in the Communicative Practices in Virtual Workspaces Lab designing a software and architecture which supports social translucence on Wikipedia.

RA: NSF “PRACCIS: Promoting Reasoning and Conceptual Change in Science”

NSF “PRACCIS: Promoting Reasoning and Conceptual Change in Science” Rutgers University Graduate School of Education Educational Psychology Department | New Brunswick, NJ October 2006 — August 2007 Undergraduate research assitant to Dr. Clark Chinn. Responsibilities: Create and analyze cognitive coding; design written materials for implementing research using Microsoft Office Tools; collect and organize audio, video and…

RA: Natural Language Processing

Natural Language Processing Rutgers University Cognitive Science Department — New Brunswick, NJ August 2005 — March 2006 Undergraduate research assistant to Dr. Arnold Glass. Responsibilities: Design and implement application in C; update and optimize existing code; document previously unmarked code; understand cognitive and linguistic structures