Project Partners

The Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship supports partnerships between graduate programs and public broadcasting organizations in five different locations.

Atlanta, Georgia

Graduate Program: Clayton State University, Master of Archival Studies Program
Host Station: Georgia Public Broadcasting
Faculty Advisor: Joshua Kitchens, Director, Master of Archival Studies Program
Local Mentor: Kathy Christensen, former VP of News, Archives and Research at CNN
Spring Fellow: Virginia Angles
Summer Fellow: Riley Griffin

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Graduate Program: University of North Carolina School of Library and Information Science
Host Station: WUNC
Faculty Advisor: Helen Tibbo, Alumni Distinguished Professor, SILS
Local Mentor: Erica Titkemeyer, Project Director/AV Conservator, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Spring Fellow: Dena Schulze
Summer Fellow: Steven Wilcer

Columbia, Missouri

Graduate Program: University of Missouri School of Information Science & Learning Technologies
Host Station: KOPN
Faculty Advisor: Sarah Buchanan, Assistant Professor, Library and Information Science
Local Mentor: James Hone, Digital Archivist, University Libraries, Washington University in St. Louis
Spring Fellow: Rebecca Benson
Summer Fellow: Eric Saxon

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Graduate Program: University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
Host Station: Oklahoma Educational Television Authority
Faculty Advisor: Susan Burke, Interim Director and Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Studies
Local Mentor: Lisa Henry, Curator/Archivist, Political Communication Center, Julian P. Kantor Political Commercial Archive
Spring Fellow: Evelyn Cox
Summer Fellow: Laura Haygood

San Francisco, California

Graduate Program: San Jose State University School of Information
Host Organizations: The Center for Asian American Media and the Bay Area Video Coalition
Faculty Advisor: Alyce Scott, Lecturer, School of Information
Local Mentor: Jackie Jay, Preservation Technician, Bay Area Video Coalition
Spring & Summer Fellow: Tanya Yule