Pronouns: she, her, hers
With extensive experience in data storytelling, natural language processing, computational social sciences, data visualization, network analysis, and knowledge mining (text/data/etc), Jaj engages with researchers across the disciplines interested in employing these techniques. She teaches Carpentry workshops, provides learning opportunities, heads the R User Group, collaborating on digital scholarship projects, and working with the graduate center and other campus partners to establish foundational programming in research computing, data literacy, and data ethics.
Jaj has a Masters Degree in Computational Sciences from George Mason University. She has completed internships in digital humanities at the National Park Services’ American Battlefield Protection Program and museum data science at the National Gallery of Art’s Department of Analytics and Enterprise Architecture. She is a researcher with the PrincetonDH New Languages for NLP Institute and has worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Digital Scholarship Center Lab of George Mason University.