As Head of Social Science Data and Software (SSDS), I oversee SSDS' walk-in consulting that supports scholars working with data in statistical software and programming languages, such as Stata, R, Python, and NVivo. I also also organize CIDR's digital methods workshop series and contribute to ongoing efforts to improve the Libraries' data workflows and infrastructure.
As a research developer in the Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR), I collaborate and consult with faculty and students on digital projects in the humanities and computational social sciences, write code to support those projects, and teach workshops on topics in digital research, such as natural language processing with Python.
- B.A., Religious Studies, Duke University
- M.A., Religious Studies (Philosophical Theology), University of Virginia
- A.B.D., Religious Studies (Philosophical Theology), University of Virginia
American Academy of Religion (AAR)
Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH)
American Theological Library Association (ATLA)