UMD iSchool Announces 14 Adjunct Faculty Hires from Industry

Hayleigh Moore
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UMD iSchool News

The University of Maryland College of Information Studies (UMD iSchool) has appointed 14 new adjunct faculty members this fall. They bring a wealth of information science industry knowledge to our students – hailing from companies such as Generali Global Assistance, Marriott, U.S. Small Business Administration, U.S. Department of Justice, Brookings Institution, MIGA, and the Federal Judicial Center. Our newest adjunct faculty additions:

Nima Asadi Lecturer, Database Design and Modeling
Rohit Bangera Lecturer, Database Design and Modeling
Adrianne Bradford Lecturer, Statistics for Information Science
Bridgette Comanda Experiential Learning for iSchool Libraries
Mark Frame Lecturer, Statistics for Information Science
Jean-Paul Togbe Lecturer, Programming for Information Science
Lee Lipscomb Lecturer, Introduction to Information Science
David Nguygen Lecturer, Dynamic Web Applications
Ian Page Lecturer, Data Analysis with Excel (FIRE program, Shady Grove)
Bria Parker Lecturer, Metadata and Tools for Information Professionals
LaRia Rogers Lecturer, Introduction to Information Science
Ben Shariati Lecturer, Ethical Hacking
Sydney Triola Lecturer, Introduction to Information Science
Nicol Turner-Lee Lecturer, Technology, Culture and Society

Meet our full adjunct faculty team.

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