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. Beshero-Bondar's Coding and Digital Archives course. Nicole is now working under Dr. Beshero-Bondar as the Technical Assistant for Pitt-Greensburg's Digital Humanities' Center for the Digital Text, where she helps with this semester's Coding and Data Visualization course. She tutors students in Algebra and Preparation for Business Caluclus in Pitt-Greensburg's Learning Resources Center. Nicole is a new Academic Programs International Campus Advocate for Pitt-Greensburg, where she works with the University's Study Abroad Office.

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