Digital Scholarship Research Assistants

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Francesca Agnello

Francesca is a junior Anthropology major and Italian Studies minor. As a Digital Scholarship Research Assistant, she hopes to enhance her own digital competencies while learning techniques to help fellow non-STEM majors enhance their own.

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Makenna Lenover

Makenna is a sophomore studying Anthropology and Biology with hopes to study human evolution and forensic anthropology. She is also involved with Little Known Help Zone, her nonprofit organization, and she works as a Peer Mentor and as an assistant in Special Collections.

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Jacy Li

Jacy is a sophomore Growth and Structure of Cities major. Her interest in digital scholarship stems from her ESEM class about reading and writing in a digital age. Jacy hopes to develop her skills in digital scholarship tools and investigate the ways digital scholarship tools impact academic learning.

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Nathália Santos

Brazilian, feminist, future Developmentist and lifelong learner. I’ve tried being a veterinary, mathematician, and physicist, but I ended up becoming a Poli Sci and Econ double major. I’m an avid user of bullet-planning to make sure I don’t spend all of my time on Netflix.


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