Part-Time Faculty in Data Science
- Information systems management
Text analytics, project management and research development.
Ph.D. English/Digital Humanities, University of Maryland
Nathan Kelber is a speaker, educator and programmer with experience working in universities, libraries, museums and other non-profits. He serves as the Digital Humanities Fellow at JSTOR Labs working on racial justice, environmental humanities and data science education. Before coming to Detroit, Nathan was the digital scholarship specialist at the University Libraries at UNC Chapel Hill.
A longtime Detroiter and former professional historian for the Detroit Historical Society, Nathan co-founded the Wayne State University annual conference Network Detroit. He has lived in the Jefferson Corridor, Milwaukee Junction and Rosedale Park.