Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) professional staff members recently presented at the annual NERCOMP conference in Providence, R.I.

Each year, NERCOMP – the NorthEast Regional Computing Program – partners with EDUCAUSE in bringing together the region’s higher education IT leaders to network and learn from each other’s experiences in advancing innovation and leadership.

Hamilton employees presented on several panels and in poster sessions:

  • Research and Community Engagement Librarian Kristin Strohmeyer, Instructional Designer Forrest Warner, and Research Librarian for Digital Initiatives and Experiential Learning Alex Wohnsen presented as members of a panel titled “Live Long and Prosper: Reshaping Spaces and Services for the Future.” They discussed Burke Library and its recent renovations that make the library better able to meet research and technology needs.
  • Business Intelligence Analyst Christy Wentz presented “How Hamilton is using AI/ML to solve Higher Education challenges” with Jan Day, higher ed alliance and community manager with Amazon Web Services.
  • Instructional Designers Mike Revenaugh and Forrest Warner presented a poster on “A Quiet Place: Addressing Student Privacy Needs with Production Booths.”
  • Director of Learning and Research Services Nhora Serrano, a member of the EDUCAUSE DEI Advisory Committee, presented a poster titled “Campus Equity Conversations: Engage, Exchange, Collaborate” with the committee. She also helped organize the conference as a member of the Annual Conference Program Committee.

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