Personal Bio and Contribution Statement

Personal Bio

Sabina Pringle is Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of English at City College of New York (CCNY) – CUNY since August 2017. She is currently teaching English 21007: Writing for Engineering. She is also Writing Fellow in the English Department at Baruch College – CUNY, where she works in curriculum development, grant writing and student support, as well as CUNY CAP Fellow in the Office of Executive Legal Counsel at Baruch College, where she does paralegal work. Sabina is a student in the Master of Arts in Digital Humanities Program at The Graduate Center – CUNY. She expects to graduate in October 2019.

Sabina developed Open Educational Resources for the writing section of a Freshman Inquiry Writing Seminar on the politics of language and literacy in 2018 which she then taught at CCNY. Before that, Sabina taught English as a Second Language at Universidad del Atlántico, Barranquilla, Colombia as Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and Fulbright Senior English Teaching Assistant from 2015 to 2017. In Colombia Sabina produced a multidisciplinary Caribbean adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (in Spanish), which was performed in Barranquilla, Bogota and Santa Marta, and ran for a full year.

Sabina was born in Formentera, Spain. She moved to Paris, France at age eleven, lived there for eight years, and then moved to New York. She earned a BA in English Literature at CCNY and a Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certificate through International TESOL Teacher Training (ITTT). In addition to teaching, Sabina has worked in radio, press and international logistics.

Contribution Statement

For Project TRIKE, my role involves WordPress development, some GitHub development, and outreach. I may also make a contribution to content by transforming and critiquing a dataset which I am in the process of selecting. I am excited about the pedagogical utility of building a WordPress site which will effectively present different ways of transforming data and a framework for exploring the effects and ramifications of decisions made in the process of manipulating and transforming data.

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