Rachel Ivy Clarke
Rachel Ivy Clarke is an assistant professor at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies, where she researches the application of design methodologies and epistemologies to facilitate the systematic, purposeful design of library services and education. She holds a BA in creative writing from California State University, Long Beach, an MLIS from San Jose State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Washington.
Katerina Lynn Stanton
Katerina Lynn Stanton is a doctoral student at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies. Her research concentrates on librarianship as infrastructure, surfacing invisible labor, and critical librarianship assessment. Katerina holds a BA in Classics (Latin and Ancient Greek) from Cornell University and an MSLIS from Syracuse University.
Alexandra Grimm is an MLIS student at the Syracuse University iSchool with a particular interest in school librarianship. She holds an AB summa cum laude in English from Harvard College and an MFA in fiction writing from the University of New Hampshire, where she taught undergraduate writing for two and a half years before returning to Upstate New York (her home state).
Bo Zhang is a doctoral student at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies. He does interdisciplinary research in the broad area of Human-Computer Interaction while curiously exploring other areas (for example, library science). Bo holds a BA in English from the Dalian Neusoft University of Information and an MS in Computational Linguistics from Syracuse University.
Shubham is a Graduate Student at Syracuse University School of Information Studies. He also holds a master’s degree in Economics from IIT. You can find him dabbling in Web-development and Data science. A dog person, he is also a stock market enthusiast. Reach out to him on Linkedin!
This project was funded by the Syracuse University Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) Grant Program.