A picture of me in Verona, Italy.

A picture of me on Juliet's balcony in Verona, Italy while studying abroad during the Spring of 2015.

Nicole Lottig is a December 2015 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, where she obtained a bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Gender Studies. She also studied abroad in the Spring of 2015 at Maynooth University, where she obtained a Certificate in Irish Studies. She got interested in Digital Humanities in the Fall of 2015 when taking Dr. Elisa Beshero-Bondar's Coding and Digital Archives course. Nicole then worked under Dr. Beshero-Bondar as the Technical Assistant for Pitt-Greensburg's Digital Humanities' Center for the Digital Text, where she helped with the Spring 2016 Coding and Data Visualization course by creating new exercises and advising students. She also tutored students in Algebra and Preparation for Business Caluclus in Pitt-Greensburg's Learning Resources Center. Nicole was a Academic Programs International Campus Advocate for Pitt-Greensburg, where she works with the University's Study Abroad Office. She obtained a part time position at the Allegany County Library System as a Circulation Assistant before buying the Mountaineer Cafe LLC in Berlin, Pennsylvania with Roger Miller. She is now working full time at Baker's Home and Garden Center and managing the Mountaineer Cafe LLC. Nicole will be attending Clarion University online to gain her Master of Science in Information and Library Science in the Fall of 2017.

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