Graduate Academic Experience

Graduate Assistant, Institute for Computing in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Science (I-CHASS), National Center for Supercomputing Applications, January 2008- January 2010.

Curriculum and Workshop development related to advanced computing and humanities, arts, and social science disciplines.

Grant development including identifying grant targets, writing proposals, developing budgets, and administrating awarded grants.

National and International program development for I-CHASS projects. Please consult: http://www.chass.illinois.edu for a complete list of projects.

Lecturer, Department of History, History 273: Illinois History, June 2008 to August 2008.

Responsibilities associated with design of course content including exams, papers, course website, and primary source guide as well as daily lectures for course.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, August 2007 to December 2007.

Facilitation of small group discussions and exercises including designing and administering examinations, quizzes, and writing assignments.

Research Assistant, Department of History, Dr. Frederick Hoxie, August 2006 to December 2006.

Various administrative duties related to Dr. Hoxie’s research and teaching responsibilities including primary source indexing, digitizing course materials and images, designing course website and general organizational efforts.
Lecturer, Department of History, History 172/173: History of the United States, 1877 to the Present, June 2006 to August 2006.

Responsibilities associated with design of course content including exams, papers, course website, and primary source guide as well as daily lectures for course.

Graduate Assistant, Department of History, Dr. Kathy Oberdeck, January 2005 to May 2006.

Responsibilities related to Dr. Oberdeck’s position as Director of Graduate Studies include: administrative and organizational tasks, aiding in the Faculty Search committees, and facilitating graduate student recruitment visits.

Graduate Assistant, Department of History, Dr. Clare Crowston, August 2004 to May 2005.

Responsibilities related to Dr. Crowston’s position as Director of Graduate Studies include: administrative and organizational tasks, aiding in the Randall Chair Search in American History, website advising, and facilitating graduate student recruitment visits.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, August 2003 to August 2004.

Facilitation of small group discussions and exercises including designing and administering examinations, quizzes, and writing assignments.

Research Assistant, Department of History, Dr. Adrian Burgos, May 2003 to Present.

Research relating to Playing America’s Game(s): Baseball, Race, and Latinos, 1868-1959 and The “Latins from Manhattan”: The New York Cubans, Latinos, and the Politics of Community in Harlem, 1910-1950.

Graduate Assistant, American Indians of Illinois Online, Dr. Brenda Farnell, Department of Anthropology, June 2003 to August 2003.

Development of course materials and website design for American Indians of Illinois Online Project
Graduate Assistant, Native American House, December 2002 to May 2003.

Creation and maintenance of Native American House Website

Administrative duties including event planning and management

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, August 2002 to December 2002.

Facilitation of small group discussions and exercises including designing and administering examinations, quizzes, and writing assignments.

Graduate Student Aide, The William H. McGuffey Museum, Oxford, Ohio, June to August 2002.

Creation and organization of archival system for McGuffey Readers Collection.

Establishment of archival equipment management system.

Development of publicity materials relating to the McGuffey Reader Collection and The McGuffey Museum.

Exhibit creation for the 75th Anniversary School of Education Exhibit, Miami University.

Graduate Research Assistant, Miami University, Dr. Marguerite Shaffer, September 2001 to May 2002.

Duties include contacting museums and public schools, designing mailings, creating websites and clerical support.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Miami University 2000 to May 2002.

Facilitate discussion, design exams, and teach small groups

Miami University, Oxford, OH, Student Aide I 1998 University Archives.

Responsible for data entry, and clerical support University Archives Project

Cataloged archived materials specific to Miami University

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