Personal Bio and Contribution Statement: Anthony Wheeler

Personal Bio:

Anthony Wheeler is an employee of The Graduate Center (City Univerity of New York) where he works as a Program Assistant for the M.A. program in Digital Humanities and M.S. program in Data Analysis & Visualization. He is a HASTAC Scholars Fellow, where he is currently pursuing work centered around identity, games studies, and advocating for students of color and students with disabilities. He also has recently joined the Humanities department at LaGuardia Community College as an Adjunct, where he teaches a Public Speaking course within the Communication Studies major.

Wheeler received his A.S. degree in Adolescence Education & English from Dutchess Community College and his B.S. degree in Adolescence Education & English from the State University of New York at New Paltz. He is currently pursuing his M.A. degree in Digital Humanities as well as an Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate at The Graduate Center, where his concentration is in digital pedagogy and technology’s use to increase equity amongst students in the classroom.

Contribution Statement:

Wheeler’s contributions to the  Freedom Dreaming: A Call to Imagine project include (but are not limited to)  social media network analysis, data collection, outreach, and helping to foster some aspects of social media through said results of the analysis. He was selected for this role due to some prior knowledge of network analysis and his ability to more conveniently consult with Agustin Indaco on social media network analyzing thanks to his position at The Graduate Center. Also, thanks to his position as an adjunct at an institution that has an incredible sense of pride in its diverse student body, he is in a good place to conduct outreach to students and faculty who will be able to contribute to the Freedom Dreaming project.

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