I conduct research on various higher education issues as they relate to library and information science education. Specifically, I investigate how higher education structures, systems, and processes – mission, goals, and objectives definition, outcomes assessment, systematic planning, and accreditation activities – can be used to promote reflective praxis, educational equity, student agency, and organizational change.

I have experience leading research projects to advance scholarly knowledge, data-driven decision-making, and research-based praxis. As an emerging scholar, I actively pursue opportunities to present and publish in academic and professional venues. Please contact me if you are interested in collaborating on a research project.


Paper, panel, and poster presentations at conferences, symposia, and workshops


Scholarly, professional, and popular publications in peer-reviewed, general, and digital publications

Forthcoming Presentation and Publications

2017 Re-Envisioning the MLIS: Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education
Advances in Librarianship.
Student engagement for student learning: Preparing inclusive and impactful change agents through high-impact student engagement practices. Book chapter.