The QuakeStudies Advisory Board will be tasked with finding new partners for the Partner Programme, and raising the profile of the project on the international stage.
Current members include:
Professor Ed Adelson (Chair)
Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the College of Arts
Professor Ed Adelson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Arts), holds degrees in musical performance from the Eastman School of Music and Yale University. He holds the title of Emeritus Professor of Music at the Ohio State University, where he served as a teacher and artist/performer, and headed the viola programme in the School of Music for 27 years. A former president of the American String Teachers Association, Professor Adelson served in a number of senior administrative positions at the Ohio State University, including associate executive dean of the colleges of arts and sciences (2001-2008), associate dean of the College of the Arts (2000-2002) and interim director of the School of Music (2008-2010). His professional career included teaching, performing and lecturing throughout Europe and the United States over a 30 year period. As associate executive dean of arts and sciences, he had responsibility for the development of curriculum and teaching for the largest and one of the most comprehensive arts, humanities and science programmes of study in the United States.
Tom received his bachelor's degree from Harvard and his master's and doctoral degrees from Oxford, where his doctoral thesis examined inter-war interest in science and its history in diverse cultural contexts, including museums, universities, World's Fairs and the mass media. A research associate at the Smithsonian Institution Archives and a fellow of the Science Museum, London, Tom has lectured and written extensively on the history of popular science, the history of museums, history and new media, and the changing role of history in society, and has worked on traditional exhibitions and digital projects at the Colorado Historical Society, the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford, The Louisiana State Museum, the National Museum of American History, and the Library of Congress. In addition to managing general operations at the Center for History and New Media, Tom directs several of its online history projects, including Omeka, THATCamp, One Week | One Tool, the September 11 Digital Archive, the Hurricane Digital Memory Bank, the Papers of the War Department, 1784-1800, and Gulag: Many Days, Many Lives.
Founder and Director of the Sysdoc Group
Katherine's passion for business dared her to grow a small team into a global enterprise. Her 'can do it' pioneering spirit drives Sysdoc to take on projects and deliver solutions which the industry has not dreamed possible. As a result, Sysdoc has earned a reputation for producing world-leading innovations in knowledge management, business process and online solutions.
Katherine has developed a unique people framework for Sysdoc, which seeks to build solid teams by providing a forum that caters to individual working needs and the exploration of personal talents and ambitions. Katherine brings the same people focus and trademark eclectic-thinking to customer projects. Twenty years of experience has given Katherine a deep knowledge of many industry sectors and business issues. This enables her to identify the special needs of a business and deliver practical solutions to meet those needs. These solutions enable Sysdoc customers to excel and revolutionise the way they do business, and in turn serve their customers. http://www.katherinecorich.com/