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Friday, July 28 • 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Graduate Student Poster Presentations

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Student posters highlight the research activities of graduate students in archives and records management programs, as well as projects and activities of SAA Student Chapters. Posters will be on display in the Exhibit Hall on Thursday, July 27, from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, and on Friday, July 28, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Students will be present to discuss their posters with attendees on Thursday from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm and on Friday from 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm.

  1. Documenting the Women’s March on Austin, January 21st, 2017: Assembling a Professional-Quality Archival Documentation Effort on Short Notice
    David Bliss and Grace Hansen, University of Texas at Austin
  2. Right Place, Right Time: Macroappraisal of the Women’s March on Washington and Coordinating a Nationwide Oral History Collection
    Katrina Vandeven, University of Denver
  3. So Many Standards, So Little Time: An Analysis of Two Video Digitization Standards and Their Development Groups
    Jimi Jones, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  4. Play-by-Play: Identifying, Conserving, and Promoting Athletics Films
    Lauren Goss, San José State University
  5. Migration as Motivation: Upgrading Legacy Finding Aids in Preparation for ArchivesSpace
    Robert Richardson and Bethany Scott, University of North Texas / University of Houston
  6. Colophons, Digiphons, and Description: New Methods for New Media
    Lois Evans, University of British Columbia
  7. Connecting "Activated" Archives with Activist Scholarship: UCLA's Department of Geography Air Photo Archives in the Continuum
    Jade Finlinson, University of California, Los Angeles
  8. Legal Issues in Record Keeping in the Cloud
    Darra Hofman, University of British Columbia

  9. Documenting Underrepresented Student Populations: The Minority Student Caucus History Project at UNC-Chapel Hill
    Lauren Murphree, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  10. Archival Optical Character Recognition Optimization: Finding the Ideal Digitization Settings for Radio Broadcast Scripts
    Kaitlyn Sisk, University of Michigan
  11. Low Cost, DIY Scrapbook Digitization
    Hannah Sistrunk and Cristina Fontánez Rodríguez, Pratt Institute
  12. Curating Online: The Making of “The First Amendment” Exhibit at the American Archive of Public Broadcasting
    Michelle Janowiecki, Simmons College
  13. Global Information Engagement: Processing in an Activist Archives and Developing an Institutional Processing Manual at the UWC-Robben Island Museum Mayibuye Archives
    Sarah Lebovitz, Ève Bourbeau-Allard, and Aliza Elkin, University of Michigan
  14. From the Ground Up: Archive Development in a Small Government Setting
    Samantha Mat, University of Denver
  15. In Defense of Happiness: Strategies for Analyzing the Cultural Fit of a New Position
    Rachel Blume, University of Washington
  16. When She Talks, I Hear the Revolution: An Analysis of Knowledge Processes in the Riot Grrrl Community
    Diana Floegel, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  17. Learning about Media Preservation: From Legacy to Next Generation
    Rebecca Leung, San José State University
  18. Preserving Fandom Literature: Digital Preservation Practices for Fanfiction
    Shandra Morehouse, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
  19.  Investigating Data Quality Standards within Clinical Data Context
    Mariama Weaver, University of Michigan
  20. Telling the Stories of the Fight Against HIV/AIDS: Creating an Institutional Archives and Oral History Program
    Sarah Swanz, University of Michigan
  21. Small Artist Estates and Their Archives
    Andrea Kutsenkow, New York University
  22. Records Management and Information Governance: What Are the Differences?
    BAI Yuzhe and QU Wenzhe, Renmin University of China
  23. Bagley Law and Family Archival Collection
    Traci Willey, University of Washington
  24. Absent Advisers: Managing an SAA Student Chapter Without an Archival Professor
    Emily Kintigh, Aaron Davis, and Jessica Bitter, SAA Student Chapter, University of Denver
  25. Chapter Events Fall 2016 - Spring 2017
    Nikole Koehlert, SAA Student Chapter, University of Texas at Austin
  26. SAA @ UCLA Presents
    Ashley Vergara, Kylie Casino, and Sarah Rhiannon Jones, SAA Student Chapter, University of California, Los Angeles
  27. Simmons SCoSAA: Merging the Professional, Social, and Local History
    Anna Speth and Caitlin Walker, SAA Student Chapter, Simmons College

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Yuzhe Bai

Renmin University of China

Jessica Bitter

University of Denver
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David Bliss

Digital Processing Archivist, Benson Latin American Collection, UT Austin
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Ève Bourbeau-Allard

MSI Candidate 2017, University of Michigan
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Kylie Casino

MLIS Graduate, UCLA
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Aaron Davis

Audio and Media Archivist, Colorado State Archives
As a new professional I am interested in hearing about other's experiences in transitioning from graduate school to full time archival work. In my current position I work with obsolete media and large-scale digitization. I am interested in improved workflows and techniques for... Read More →
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Aliza Elkin

University of Michigan School of Information
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Lois Evans

PhD Candidate, University of British Columbia
My poster "Colophons, Digiphons, and Description: New Methods for New Media" examines the history of the colophon and considers how an appreciation of analog forms can enliven our engagement with the digital.
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Jade M Finlinson

Project Archivist for the Shirley H. Platt Deaf Athletics collection, Utah Valley University
Historical aerial photography, historical amateur photography, American empire in visual culture, Los Angeles and California history, history of cinema, panorama paintings, moving panoramas, welding, metal.

Diana Floegel

Rutgers School of Communication and Information
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Lauren Goss

San Jose State University
Recent MLIS graduate with experience in archival processing.
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Grace Hansen

MSIS Candidate, University of Texas at Austin School of Information
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Darra Hofman

Ph.D. Candidate, University of British Columbia
Darra Hofman, J.D., M.S.L.S., is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies. Her research focuses on the intersection between records, technology, and human rights, with particular emphasis on blockchain.
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Michelle Janowiecki

Simmons College

Jimi Jones

The School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jimi Jones is a doctoral student at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research focuses on the development of standards for moving image digitization. He has taught an audiovisual preservation course for the I School for eight... Read More →

Emily Kintigh

University of Denver
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Nikole Koehlert

Graduate Student/Archives Assistant, University of Texas at Austin/Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Andrea Kutsenkow

New York University
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Sarah Lebovitz

Processor, University of Michigan
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Rebecca Leung

San Jose State University iSchool
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Shandra Morehouse

Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
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Lauren Murphree

Reference Archivist, State Archives of North Carolina

Wenzhe Qu

Renmin University of China
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Robert (Matt) Richardson

Program Manager, University of North Texas / University of Houston
Robert (Matt) Richardson is Program Manager in University of Houston Libraries Special Collections. There he is responsible for managing archival finding aids, coordinating both physical and born digital accessions, and assisting with reference in the reading room. He holds an MA... Read More →
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Cristina Fontánez Rodríguez

NDSR Art Resident, Maryland Institute College of Art
Cristina Fontánez holds a Master's degree in Library and Information Science and a certificate in Archives and Preservation of Cultural Materials. Her Interests include community and digital archives, oral history and, the role of social justice in archival science. She is currently... Read More →
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Bethany Scott

Digital Projects Coordinator, University of Houston Libraries
Bethany serves as Coordinator of Digital Projects with the University of Houston Libraries' Special Collections, where she is responsible for planning and coordinating digitization of archival materials, creating online exhibits, facilitating cross-departmental workflows, and ensuring... Read More →

Kaitlyn Sisk

University of Michigan School of Information
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Hannah Sistrunk

Assistant Digital Archivist, Rockefeller Archive Center
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Anna Mauldin Speth

South Carolina Department of Archives and History
Anna Mauldin received her BA from Duke University, where she focused on Russian history and literature, and MLIS from Simmons. She is currently working at the SCDAH for the summer before heading to Austria for an internship at Salzburg Global Seminar this fall. When she returns... Read More →

Sarah Swanz

Repository Manager, WashU

Katrina Vandeven

MLIS Candidate, University of Denver
I am the co-founder of the Women's March on Washington Archives Project, and the founder of the Documenting Denver Activism Archives Project.

Caitlin Walker

Digital Asset Librarian, National Fire Protection Association
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Mariama Weaver

UMSI Alum, University of Michigan
Currently interested in learning more about born digital content and ensuring data quality within contexts that hadn't pursued such an issue before..one of those contexts being the healthcare field and how the relative lack of standards affects progress. Presenting on the questions... Read More →
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Traci Willey

Graduate, University of Washington
I received my MLIS from UW in June 2017. I currently work at a public library in circulation and volunteer at an archive cataloging the Bagley Collection. I am looking for work in either technical services or in archives.

Friday July 28, 2017 12:30pm - 1:45pm PDT
Exhibit Halls A-A1 Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE MLK, Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR 97232