B.A., Social Thought & Political Economy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Adam is a Project Coordinator working with CNDLS’ Doyle Engaging Difference program and its Technology-Enhanced Learning projects (TEL). Adam joined CNDLS from the Council on Library and Information Resources, where he worked on Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives, a grant program that gives awards to non-profit cultural heritage institutions to digitize and provide web access to unique archival collections of scholarly significance. Prior to that, he served as an instructor, teaching on a variety of topics including political theory, social movements, and community organizing.
Outside of work, Adam is a runner, reader, trivia master, gamer, chef, and devoted father to a mischeivious feline.