Diane M. Travis
Diane M. Travis
Research Coordinator & Assistant to the Senior Associate Dean
4111A Hornbake Building, South Wing
University of Maryland, College of Information Studies: College Park, MD
Master of Library Science, May 2014
- Government Information Management and Services Specialization
- Thesis: Interagency Babble: Institutional logics and information flow in catastrophic disasters
Hampshire College: Amherst, MA
Bachelors of Arts, May 2002
- Neuropsychology Concentration
- Thesis: The Role of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and the Endogenous Opiate System in Understanding the Relationship Between Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Pain Syndrome
- Travis, D. (2016, March). Revisiting Segregation through Computational History: The case of the WWII Japanese American Tule Lake Segregation Center. Americana: Archival Activism and Social Justice, College Park, MD.
- Travis, D. (2015, August). Revisiting Segregation through Computational History: The case of the WWII Japanese American Tule Lake Segregation Center. Presented at the Lava Beds National Park.
- Travis, D.M. (2015, July). Archival Professionals and Vicarious Trauma. Poster presented at Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), College Park, MD.
- Butler, B.S., Ridings, C., Travis, D.M., & Zachariah, Z. (2014). Community or Market?: The Implications of Alternative Institutional Logics for IT Use in Community Supported Agriculture Programs (CSAs). 20th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2014), Savannah, GA.
- Bertot, J.C., Butler, B.S., & Travis, D.M. (2014). Local Big Data: The Role of Libraries in Building Community Data Infrastructures. International Digital Government Conference, Aguascalientes, Mexico.
- Butler, B.S., Travis, D.M., Ridings, C., & Zachariah, Z. (2014). Taking the C Seriously – Building Communities in CSA. 16th Annual National Value-Added Agriculture and The Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development Conference, Baltimore, MD.
- Travis, D.M. (2014). Author: Interagency Babble: Institutional logics and information flow in catastrophic disasters. Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID), College Park, MD.