Research & Instructional Technology Consultants
The Research & Instructional Technology Consultants (RITCs) are a team of Humanities graduate students who work collaboratively to share their various disciplinary, pedagogical, and technical skills by assisting instructors with the best use of technology in research and instruction.
Humanities staff, instructors and graduate students may contact us at email@example.com for support of their CCLE course websites or other instructional related technology. You may also visit us in the Teaching Resource Center (Public Affairs 1020) between 9am and 4pm most days.
- Amber Williams, Spanish and Portuguese (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Ashley Evans Bandy, Library and Information Sciences (email@example.com)
- Benjamin Niedzielski, Classics and Indo-European Linguistics (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Francesca Albrezzi, World Arts and Cultures/Dance (email@example.com)
- Robert Farley, Comparative Literature (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Terrah Jones, Archaeology, (email@example.com)
- Veronica Dean, French and Francophone Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There a number of reasons to become an RITC – but the best ones are around the fantastic exposure to technology, people, and resources that may fall outside of your own discipline while you work with faculty on their teaching and research projects. See how the Digital Humanities continues to evolve and mature, and get a great glimpse into other academic career paths.
RITCs are hired for a tenure on an annual basis and are based in our Teaching Resource Center (1020 Public Affairs Building). Recruitment for these positions occurs in Spring term, with work starting mid September.
If you are interested in becoming an RITC, or learning more about them, please contact email@example.com for more information.