Lauren is a doctoral candidate in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. She has a M.S. in Library and Information Science from Syracuse University (2011) and a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Art History from Muhlenberg College (2005). Her research lies at the intersection of human computer interaction and social theory, with particular interest in feminist science and technology studies and ubiquitous computing. Lauren's dissertation work explores the relationship of the human body and embedded/implanted technology.Prior to starting her PhD, Lauren worked as a public librarian where she designed and developed library makerspaces.
Summer 2013-IST 511: Introduction to Library and Information Science (co-taught with Dr. R.D. Lankes)
Summer 2014-IST 511: Introduction to Library and Information Science (co-taught with Dr. R.D. Lankes)