Angela Zoss
Analyst, IT, Sr

Data Visualization Coordinator

Angela Zoss began work as Duke University's first Data Visualization Coordinator in the summer of 2012. While helping to develop this new position at Duke, she has created new library workshops on visualization; hosted an annual student data visualization contest; consulted with students, researchers, and faculty members on research projects; and helped to introduce visualization concepts and tools into several undergraduate and graduate courses.  She co-organizes a weekly talk series on visualization topics and is collaborating within and outside the Duke community to improve instructional and technical support for visualization projects. 

Ph.D. Candidate in Information Science, Indiana University (current)
M.S. in Communication, Cornell University (2008)
B.A. in Cognitive Sciences and Communication & Culture, Indiana University (2003)

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