Hi! I’m Genevieve Milliken. I hold a Library and Information Science (MSLIS) degree with Advanced Certificate in Digital Humanities from Pratt Institute’s iSchool (2019) and a Master’s Degree in Art History (2017) from Georgia State University.
Currently, I am the Data Services Librarian at NYU’s Health Sciences Library. Formally, I was the LIS Research Scientist for the Investigating and Archiving the Scholarly Git Experience (IASGE) project at NYU’s Bobst Library. I was also the Web Archiving Technician for the Web Archiving Program at NYARC, the graduate assistant for “Exploring Data Worlds at the Public Library,” a research project on Youth Data Literacy designed by Dr. Leanne Bowler at Pratt’s School of Information (iSchool), and the 2018-2019 NYARC Web-Archiving Fellow at the Frick Art Reference Library.
My personal and professional interests include public health, digital humanities (DH), data analysis, data librarianship, and GIS. Presented on this site is a sample of my work in a few these areas.
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