Awarded to the most outstanding new technical consultant.
Represented graduate students of the schools of Information and Library Science, Government, and Law at UNC Chapel Hill in student congress.
The Educating Stewards of Public Information Infrastructure (ESOPI2) Fellowship focused on developing educational and professional engagement opportunities to prepare professionals for the stewardship of public information and the integration of policy with information technology solutions and workflows. The ESOPI2 project funded new cohorts of graduate-level Fellows, who pursued dual degrees at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science (SILS) and School of Government (SOG). In addition, it provided internships for the Fellows at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Archives and Records Section (NC-ARS), UNC-CH’s University Archives, the Town of Chapel Hill, NC, North Carolina’s Orange County Office of the CIO, NC-LIVE, UNC’s Environmental Finance Center, and the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science.