Vanderbilt students, including dean's fellows, participating in the Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
Fellowship: Project Proposal
Expanding on the edit-a-thon conducted at the library in 2013, Nicolette worked with her colleagues in the graduate school to host an edit-a-thon on global topics. She identified relevant primary and secondary materials in special collections and worked with staff to digitize images to supplement written articles. Nicolette organized and supervised the edit-a-thon and held informal help sessions for participants.
Nicolette M. Kostiw is a PhD candidate in Latin American history at Vanderbilt University. In 2012, she received the Ida B. Wells Dissertation Award from the Coordinating Council for Women in History and was also appointed a J. León Helguera Endowment Fellow. Previously, Ms. Kostiw was the recipient of UCLA’s James and Sylvia Thayer Research Fellowship, a Boren Dissertation Fellowship from the National Security Education Program, and a Binkley & Weaver Grant for Preliminary Dissertation Research. She holds a B.A. in history and Spanish as well as a M.A. in Spanish from West Virginia University.
Nicolette presented on her project at the November 2014 library All Staff meeting.