Librarian for Biological Sciences and Global Health
As the subject librarian for biological sciences and global health, I assist students and researchers who are studying or conducting research in biology, evolutionary anthropology, or global health. I offer classroom instruction, individual research support, and project consultation, as well as selecting materials for library purchase. Before joining Duke Libraries in 2013, I worked in various library jobs at Davidson College, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, and Northwestern University Library.
Emerging issues in digital and media literacy; science information sources; teaching and learning of critical information literacy; impact of the Google/internet/web on knowledge, research, and life as we know it; information privilege and information access disparities; systematic review / knowledge syntheses methodologies
MSLS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA (Art History), Davidson College
What I do outside of work:
Hang out with family, friends, and dogs (Wiki and Josie); compete in Scrabble tournaments; Consume dystopian tv/movies/literature