Erin Bartolo

Ph.D. Student
002 Hinds Hall

Erin is a third year doctoral student who studies nonconforming technology practice with her advisor, Dr. Ingrid Erickson. Erin’s research portfolio includes graduate assistantships, coding for Illuminating, and four research practica. Regarding teaching, Erin has completed four teaching practica and is a member of the Future Professoriate Program.  Prior to her doctoral study, Erin taught a section of Interpersonal Communication at State University of New York Onondaga Community College.

Erin first joined the iSchool as data science program manager in 2012, with the launch of the Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science. Prior to beginning her doctoral study, Erin was graduate recruiting manager for the Master of Science and Certificate of Advanced Study programs.

Erin came to the iSchool with experience in communication and marketing for not-for-profit organizations and entrepreneurs. Erin’s degrees in communication are from State University of New York College at Brockport, where she majored in political communication and rhetoric and persuasion as an undergraduate. She focused her master’s on media literacy as an alternative to censorship.