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EDUCATION

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. PhD in Library & Information Science, expected 2022
Supervisor — Vivien Petras
External Supervisor — Michael Zimmer, Marquette University
Dissertation [working title] — Scaling Up: A comparative study of qualitative secondary analysis and big social research

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. MS in Information Science, 2013
Thesis — Providing context to web collections: a survey of Archive-It users

Bard College. BA in Literature, 2003
Senior project — The world in a jar at breakfast [Poems]

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Montana State University, 2014-present
Assistant Professor, Data Librarian

Dryad Digital Repository, 2013-2014
Senior Curator

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011-2013
Graduate Research Assistant, Archival Manuscripts Processor
Southern Historical Collection and University Archives & Records Management Services

GRANTS

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  1. Mannheimer, S. (Principal Investigator). (2019-2020). Implementing a train-the-trainer model to promote sustainability of data science workshops in the MSU Library. Montana State University Faculty Excellence Grant. $5000.
  2. Mannheimer, S. (Principal Investigator), & Hancock, S. (Co-Principal Investigator). (2018-2019). Using hands-on workshops to promote literacy in data science. National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region. $9,500.
  3. Mannheimer, S. (Principal Investigator). (2018-2019). A prototype for an institutional research data index. Institute of Museum & Library Services—National Leadership Grants for Libraries. $25,000.
  4. Young, S. W. H. (Principal Investigator), Clark, J. A. (Co-Principal Investigator), & Mannheimer, S. (Co-Principal Investigator). (2018-2019). A national forum on web privacy and web analytics. Institute of Museum & Library Services—National Leadership Grants for Libraries. $100,000.
  5. Mannheimer, S. (Principal Investigator). (2017-2018). Planning for success: the impact of data management plans on grant awards and grant-funded research. National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region. $9,500.
  6. Mannheimer, S. (Principal Investigator), Banta, R. (Co-Principal Investigator), & Young, S. W. H. (Co-Principal Investigator). (2016-2017). Radian data. FORCE2016 JISC Innovation Challenge. $1,500.
  7. Mannheimer, S. (Co-Principal Investigator), & Young S. W. H. (Co-Principal Investigator). (2015). Twitter sentiment analysis for research data services. Montana State University Faculty Excellence Grant. $4,480.

PUBLICATIONS

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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Young, S. W. H., Mannheimer, S., Rossmann, D., Swedman, D., & Shanks, J. D. (2019). Service blueprinting: a method for assessing library technologies within an interconnected service ecosystem. Public Library Quarterly, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/01616846.2019.1637222
  2. Mannheimer, S., Clark, J. A., Espeland, J., & Hagerman, K. (2019). Building a Dataset Search for institutions: project update. Publications 7(2), 29. https://doi.org/10.3390/publications7020029
  3. Mannheimer, S. (2018). Toward a better data management plan: the impact of DMPs on grant funded research practices. Journal of eScience Librarianship, 7(3), e1155. https://doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2018.1155
  4. Mannheimer, S., Pienta, A., Kirilova, D., Elman, C., & Wutich, A. (2018). Qualitative data sharing: data repositories and academic libraries as key partners in addressing challenges. American Behavioral Scientist 63(5), 643–664. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764218784991
    [Open access version via SocArxiv]
  5. Young, S. W. H., Mannheimer, S., Rossmann, D., Swedman, D., & Shanks, J. D. (2018). Assessing and improving library technology with service blueprinting. Journal of eScience Librarianship, 7(2), e1134. https://doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2018.1134
  6. Baucom, E., Troup, T., Cote, C., & Mannheimer, S. (2017). Building strategic alliances to support advocacy and planning for digital preservation. Journal of Digital Media Management, 6(2), 182-194.
    [Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
  7. Tennant, J. P., Dugan, J. M., Graziotin, D., Jacques, D. C., Waldner, F., Mietchen, D., Elkhatib, Y., Collister, L. B., Pikas, C. K., Crick, T., Masuzzo, P., Caravaggi, A., Berg, D. R., Niemeyer, K. E., Ross-Hellauer, T., Mannheimer, S., Rigling, L., Katz, D. S., Tzovaras, B. G., Pacheco-Mendoza, J., Fatima, N., Poblet, M., Isaakidis, M., Irawan, D. E., Renaut, S., Madan, C. R., Matthias, L., Kjær, J. N., O’Donnell, D. P., Neylon, C., Kearns, S., Selvaraju, M., & Colomb, J. (2017). A multi-disciplinary perspective on emergent and future innovations in peer review. F1000Research, 2017(6), 1151. https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.12037.3
  8. Mannheimer, S., & Cote, C. (2017). Cultivate, assess, advocate, implement, and sustain: a five-point plan for successful digital preservation collaborations. Digital Library Perspectives, 33(2), 100-116. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLP-07-2016-0023
    [Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
  9. Mannheimer, S., & Hull, E. A. (2017). Sharing selves: developing an ethical framework for curating social media data. International Journal of Digital Curation, 12(2), 196-209. https://doi.org/10.2218/ijdc.v12i2.518
  10. Mannheimer, S., Young, S. W. H., & Rossmann, D. (2016). Improving services—at what cost? Examining the ethics of Twitter research at the Montana State University Library. Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society.
  11. Mannheimer, S., Sterman, L., & Borda, S. (2016). Discovery and reuse of open datasets: an exploratory study. Journal of eScience Librarianship, 5(1), e1091. https://doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2016.1091
  12. Mannheimer, S., Young, S. W. H., & Rossmann, D. (2016). On the ethics of social network research in libraries. Journal of Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society, 14(2), 139-151. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-05-2015-0013
    [Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
  13. Mannheimer, S., Yoon, A., Greenberg, J., Feinstein, E., & Scherle, R. (2014). A balancing act: the ideal and the realistic in Dryad’s preservation policy development. First Monday, 19(8). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i8.5415

NON PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Shanks, J. D., Mannheimer, S., & Clark, J. A. (2019). Radical Collaboration in Archives and Special Collections. ResearchDataQ Editorial. (Forthcoming).
  2. Young, S. W. H., Mannheimer, S., Clark, J. A., & Hinchliffe, L. J. (2019). A Roadmap for Achieving Privacy in the Age of Analytics: A White Paper from A National Forum on Web Privacy and Web Analytics. Montana State University Library.  https://doi.org/10.15788/20190416.15445

  3. Young, S. W. H., Clark, J. A., Mannheimer, S., & Hinchliffe, L. J. (2019). A National Forum on Web Privacy and Web Analytics: Action Handbook. Montana State University Library.  https://doi.org/10.15788/20190416.15446

  4. Mannheimer, S., & Banta, R. (2018). Personal digital archiving as a bridge to research data management: theoretical and practical approaches to teaching research data management skills for undergraduates. In B. H. Marshall (Ed.), The complete guide to personal digital archiving (pp. 169-184). Chicago, IL: ALA Editions/Neal-Schuman. [Open access version via MSU ScholarWorks]
  5. Sheehan, J., Arlitsch, K., Mannheimer, S., Knobel, C., & Llovet, P. (2015). Data-intensive science and campus IT. EDUCAUSE Review.
  6. Mannheimer, S. (2014). Ready, engage! Outreach for library data services. ASIS&T Bulletin, 41(1), 42–44. https://doi.org/10.1002/bult.2014.1720410115

SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORSHIP

  1. Mannheimer, S., Marshall, B., & Rolando, L. (Eds.). (2015). Research Data Access and Preservation (RDAP) special section, ASIS&T Bulletin, 41(6). https://doi.org/10.1002/bult.2015.41.issue-6

DATASETS

  1. Mannheimer, S. & Tenzing, W. (2018). Data from: Toward a better data management plan: the impact of DMPs on grant funded research practices [Dataset]. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2432419
  2. Mannheimer, S., Sterman, L., & Borda, S. (2016). Cited/downloaded dataset and repository characteristics [Dataset]. Montana State University ScholarWorks. https://doi.org/10.15788/m2059z
  3. Clark, J. A., Llovet, P., Mannheimer, S., & Sheehan, J. (2016). Montana State University research data census instrument, version 2 [Survey instrument]. Montana State University ScholarWorks. https://doi.org/10.15788/m2k01g
  4. Arlitsch, K., Clark, J. A., Hager, B., Heetderks, T., Llovet, P., Mannheimer, S., Mazurie, A., Sheehan, J., & Sterman, L. (2015). Montana State University research data census instrument, version 1 [Survey instrument]. Montana State University ScholarWorks. https://doi.org/10.15788/m2h59m
  5. Vision, T., Scherle, R., & Mannheimer, S. (2013). Embargo selections of Dryad data authors [Dataset]. Figshare. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.805946.v1

BLOG POSTS

  1. Young, S. W. H., Mannheimer, S., & Clark, J. A. (submitted June 2019). Achieving Privacy in the Age of Analytics. ALA Choose Privacy Every Day blog.
  2. Mannheimer, S., & Banta, R. (2018, February 15). Building bridges. Facet Publishing blog.
  3. Mannheimer, S., & Clark, J. A. (2015, May 21). Using data dictionary creation as the teaching moment for metadataCLIR Re: Thinking.
  4. Mannheimer, S. (2015, February 5). DOIs and ARKs: what are they, and why use them? MSU Library blog.

PRESENTATIONS

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PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS

  1. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Young, S. W. H. (Author), & Clark, J. A. (Author). (2019, June). Achieving privacy in the age of analytics: perspectives from the National Forum on Web Privacy and Web Analytics. American Library Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  2. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Clark, J. A. (Author and presenter), Laden, D. (Author and presenter), & Monday, D. (Author). (2019, May). “Hello, Computer.” Welcoming computational modes of research into the archive [Poster]. Northwest Archivists Annual Meeting, Bozeman, MT.
  3. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Watson, B. (Author and presenter), Hultman, H. (Author), Hager, B. (Author), Schultz, J. (Author), Phillips, S. (Author), Clark, J. A. (Author) & Rossmann, D. (Author). (2019, May). Working with what we have: building a digital preservation program without a digital archivist. Northwest Archivists Annual Meeting, Bozeman, MT.
  4. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Clark, J. A. (Author and presenter). (2019, April). Of data, ethics, and leadership: building a national roadmap for web privacy and web analytics. Coalition for Networked Information Membership Meeting. St. Louis, MO.
  5. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Clark, J. A. (Author and presenter), & Mannheimer, S. (Author). (2019, February). Of ethics, users, and data: building a national conversation for web privacy and web analytics. Code4Lib, San Jose, CA.  https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/6R3AM
  6. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Clark, J. A. (Author), Espeland, J. (Author), & Hagerman, K. (Author). (2019, February). Open discovery for open data: an open source search tool for institutional research data [Poster]. Code4Lib, San Jose, CA. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/TUVXQ
  7. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Clark, J. A. (Author). (2018, October). Achieving privacy in the age of analytics: perspectives from the National Forum on Web Privacy and Web Analytics. Digital Library Federation Forum, Las Vegas, NV.
  8. Mannheimer, S., Clark, J. A., & Espeland, J. (2018, June). A prototype for an institutional research data index. Open Repositories, Bozeman, MT.
  9. Mannheimer, S. (2018, March). Make the plan, work the plan: measuring the impact of DMPs on data management and data sharing practices. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, Chicago, IL. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/3N6CZ
  10. Mannheimer, S. (2017, June). Library data: ethics and privacy considerations. Part of the panel: A. Goben, (Moderator), K. Briney (Panelist), S. Mannheimer (Panelist), & J. Rogers (Panelist), Collecting library data: policies and data management procedures for improvement. American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
  11. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Hull, E. A. (Author). (2017, April). Big data for all: toward ethical big data sharing. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, Seattle, WA.
  12. Hull, E. A. (Author and presenter), & Mannheimer, S. (Author). (2017, February). Sharing selves: developing an ethical framework for curating social media data. International Digital Curation Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  13. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Troup, T. (Author and presenter), & Cote, C. (Author). (2016, November). Digital preservation partnerships: extending resources and expanding knowledge through collaboration. Digital Library Federation Forum, Milwaukee, WI.
  14. Mannheimer, S., & Young, S. W. H. (2016, November). The man in the machine: digital labor ethics for academic research. Digital Library Federation Forum 2016, Milwaukee, WI.
  15. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Young, S. W. H. (Author), & Rossmann, D. (Author). (2016, September). Putting the “I” in data: the ethics of using human-generated data as a research tool. SciDataCon, Denver, CO.
  16. Mannheimer, S. (2016, May). Working across cultures: data librarian as knowledge broker. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, Atlanta, GA.
  17. Mannheimer, S., Banta, R., & Young, S. W. H. (2016, March). Radian data education and advocacy community. FORCE2016, Portland, OR.
  18. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Sterman, L. (Author), and Borda, S. (Author). (2015, October). Dataset optimization for institutional repositories. Digital Library Federation Forum, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  19. Mannheimer, S. (2015, April). “This is just for me:” researchers on their data documentation practices. Part of the panel: K. Briney (Panelist), S. Mannheimer (Panelist), S. Pickle (Panelist), & L. Rolando (Panelist), Beyond metadata: supporting non-standardized documentation to facilitate data reuse. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, Minneapolis, MN.
  20. Mannheimer, S., & Sterman, L. (2015, April). Open data in education: how to harness the power of open resources. Montana Library Association Conference, Bozeman, MT.
  21. Mannheimer, S., & Young, S. W. H. (2014, December). Using sentiment analysis of Twitter to develop strategies for library data sharing partnerships. Coalition for Networked Information Fall Membership Meeting, Washington, DC.
  22. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Young, S. W. H. (Author), & Espeland, J. (Author). (2014, October). #Win or #Fail: measuring researcher attitudes toward open data using sentiment analysis of Twitter. Digital Library Federation Forum, Atlanta, GA.
  23. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Yoon, A. (Author and presenter), Feinstein, E. (Author), Greenberg, J. (Author), & Scherle, R. (Author). (2014, March). It’s a real world: developing preservation policy for Dryad. Research Data Access and Preservation Summit, San Diego, CA.
  24. Mannheimer, S., & Yoon, A. (2013). Developing preservation policy for Dryad Digital Repository [Poster]. SIG-DL Digital Liaisons Panel, ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

  1. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Clark, J. A. (Author and presenter). (2019, July). Achieving Privacy in the Age of Analytics: Skills, Strategies, and Ethical Approaches. OCLC Works in Progress [webinar]. (Forthcoming)
  2. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Clark, J. A. (Author). (2019, June). Achieving Privacy in the Age of Analytics: Skills, Strategies, and Ethical Approaches. NISO: Discovery and Online Search, Part Two—Personalized Content, Personalized Data [webinar].
  3. Mannheimer, S. (Invited participant). (2019, April). Measuring the impact of digital repositories, College Park, MD.
  4. Mannheimer, S. (2018, October). Archiving the webTRAILS General Council Meeting, Helena, MT.
  5. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), & Hull, E. A. (Author and presenter). (2018, September). The STEP framework for curating social media data. DocSocData: Documenting the Now community call. Online session.
  6. Mannheimer, S. (2018, July). Update on “Planning for success: the impact of data management plans on grant awards and grant-funded research”. Part of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine webinar: PNR Partners: Past Projects and Future Opportunities, Online session.
  7. Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), & Mannheimer, S. (Author). (2018, May). Web analytics in libraries. Library Values & Privacy Summit, New York, NY.
  8. Mannheimer, S. (Author and presenter), Young, S. W. H. (Author and presenter), Banta, R. (Author), Champieux, R. (Author), & Robinson, D. (Author). (2017, October). Introducing Radian: A community-curated hub for all things data. FORCE2017, Berlin, Germany.
  9. Mannheimer, S., & Hull, E. A. (2017, October). Sharing in a gray area: a framework for big data curation. National Data Integrity Conference, Fort Collins, CO.
  10. Mannheimer, S. (2017, May). Managing and publishing agricultural data at Montana State University. Rangelands Partnership Annual Meeting, Logan, UT. Remote participation.
  11. Mannheimer S. (Invited participant). (2016, December). Qualitative research ethics in the big data era, Washington, DC.
  12. Mannheimer, S., Clark, J. A., Shanks, J. D., & Young, S. W. H. (2016, February). Exploring ethics in data and technology research. Montana State University Computer Science Seminar Series, Bozeman, MT.
  13. Mannheimer, S., & Sterman, L. (2015, November). How open access enriches education & supports global information equity. Montana State University International Education Week, Bozeman, MT.
  14. Mannheimer, S. (2015, October). The research data census: assessing data services at Montana State University. CLIR/DLF E-Research Network. Online session.
  15. Mannheimer, S., Clark, J. A., & Young, S. W. H. (2015, January). Data mining and data making: library digital services and applied research. Institute on Ecosystems Rough Cut Science, Bozeman, MT.

TEACHING

CSCI 291/EGEN 291/LSCI 291/PHL 291: Technology, Ethics, and Society, Spring 2020

LSCI 321: Data Curation for a Data-Driven World, Spring 2020

HONR 494: Information ethics and privacy in the age of big data, Spring 2018

LSCI 121: Library research skills, Spring 2017

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  1. Diversity development certificate. (2018). Including DIV 100: Exploring cultural identity; DIV 110: Intersectionality & privilege; and DIV 120: Implicit bias & microaggressions. Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
  2. Introduction to machine learning in the digital humanities. (2018, June). Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Victoria, BC, Canada.
  3. Software/Data Carpentry instructor certification. (2018, June).
  4. West Big Data Innovation Hub Data Carpentry instructor training. (2018, March). eScience Institute, Seattle, WA.
  5. Data Carpentry workshop. (2017, October). Fort Collins, CO.
  6. STAT 401: Applied methods in statistics. (2016, Fall). Montana State University, Bozeman.
  7. Data Carpentry workshop. (2015, June). Portland, OR.
  8. Leadership MSU. (Class of 2015). Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

AWARDS AND HONORS

  1. OpenCon registration scholarship; Washington, DC, November 2016
  2. Professional development award: Travel to ALA Annual, Chicago, IL. National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region, June 2017
  3. SIG-DL Digital Liaisons Best Poster prize. ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  4. Margaret Ellen Kalp memorial fellowship; UNC-Chapel Hill, 2012-2013
  5. Travel & participation award, Web Archiving Cooperative Summer Workshop; Palo Alto, CA, June 2012

IN THE MEDIA

  1. Cantrell, A. for MSU News Service. (2018, August 22). MSU Library to host national forum on web privacy.
  2. MSU News Service. (2015, September 28). Montana State University sharing research insights with the world. MSU News Service.
  3. UNC School of Information and Library Science News. (2013, November 3). Sara Mannheimer, Dryad Digital Repository curator, and SILS doctoral student Ayoung Yoon win Best Poster prize at ASIS&T. 

SERVICE

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Present
Member, Publishing Committee of the RDAP Association
External tenure reviewer (multiple), 2018-present
Faculty Member, CLIR/DLF E-Research Network, 2016-present
Peer reviewer, Journal of eScience Librarianship, 2016-present
Peer reviewer, Information, Communication, & Society, 2019-present
Peer reviewer, Collection and Curation, 2019-present
Peer reviewer, Journal of Librarianship & Scholarly Communication, 2018-present
Peer reviewer, Behaviour & Information Technology, 2018-present
Award reviewer, National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Pacific Northwest Region
Field reviewer and review panelist, Institute of Museum and Library Services

Past
Workshop instructor, Software Carpentry, 2018
DLF Forum mentor, 2018
RDA/NISO Privacy Implications of Research Data Sets Interest Group, 2016-2018
Co-teacher, DMP Module, Biomedical & Health RDM Training for Librarians, 2017-2018
Peer reviewer, American Behavioral Scientist, 2017
Panel organizer (with Daniel Bangert and Heather Coates), Libraries collaborating to advance open initiatives. FORCE2017, 2017
Peer reviewer, OpenCon Application Review Team, 2017
Planning Committee Member, Research Data Access and Preservation, 2015-2017
Social Media Manager, RDAP Twitter and RDAP Facebook, 2015-2016
OCLC Data Curation Funding Working Group, 2014-2016
Planning Committee Member, ASIS&T SIG-DL Student Research Forum, 2014

MONTANA UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SERVICE

Present
TRAILS Digital Preservation Committee (co-chair), 2017-present

Past
Search Committee chair: Data Curation Librarian, 2018-2019
Montana Digital Preservation Working Group, 2015-2017

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Present
Statistical Consulting and Research Services (SCRS) Advisory Council, 2018-present
University Graduate Council, 2018-present
HELPS Lab Advisory Board, 2015-present
Diversity & Inclusion Committee, National Conference on Undergraduate Research 2020, Montana State University

Past
University Planning Council, 2014-2019
Reviewer, Graduate School PhD Enhancement Funds Proposals, 2019
Reviewer, Provost’s Award for Graduate Research/Creativity Mentoring, 2018
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (co-organizer with Melissa Ragain), annually 2016-2018
Leadership training session (co-facilitator with Ian Godwin), Leadership MSU, September 2017
In-depth reviewer, Year-Seven Self-Study, 2017
Bicycle Task Force, 2015-2017
MSU Research Network, 2015-2017
University Facilities Planning Board (interim member), January-May 2015

LIBRARY SERVICE

Present
Digital Preservation Group (chair), 2017-present
Digital Preservation Working Group, 2019-present
Library Curriculum Committee, 2017-present
Digital Scholarship Working Group, 2017-present

Past
Search Committee: Instructional Technology Librarian, 2018-2019
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Allyship (IDEA), 2017-2019
Library Strategic Planning Group, 2017-2018
Search Committee: Digital Technologies Development Librarian, 2017-2018
Scholarly Communication Group, 2014-2018
Data Interest Group (formerly Data Management Task Force) (chair), 2014-2017
Data Services Group (chair), 2014-2017
Search Committee: Library Instructional Services Program Leader, 2016-2017
Open Access Week (co-organizer with Leila Sterman), October 2014 and October 2015
ScholarWorks Twitter Manager, 2014-2015
Activities and Events Committee, 2014-2015
Search Committee: Undergraduate Experience Librarian, 2014

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

UseR Meetup Group, 2016-present
Community judge, ASA Datafest, Bozeman, MT, April 2019
Executive Committee member, ASA Datafest, Bozeman, MT, April 2018