Stacks at Drexel Archives

President: Brian Kantorek

Brian Kantorek Brian is a very limited part-timer in the MSLIS program with an Archival Studies Concentration. Since 2008, he has been a member of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) and the Delaware Valley Archivists Group (DVAG), as well as a founding member of DUSAA. Brian currently serves as DUSAA's President, following a stint as Secretary and founding member of DUSAA’s preceding student organization, the Drexel University Archivists League (DUAL). Following his eventual graduation, Brian looks forward to working as a professional archivist with an urban archives or a repository of special sociological interest.

Events Coordinator: Christiana Dobrzynski Grippe

Christiana Dobrzynski Grippe Christiana entered the program in the spring of 2010 with prior graduate work English literature and experience processing rare books, literary manuscripts, and small collections. She is interested in archives' relationship to collective memory, outreach services, and fostering partnerships within the archives community.

Online Outreach Coordinator: Stephanie Sendaula

Stephanie SendaulaStephanie is enrolled in the digital libraries concentration, which she strongly recommends, and is interested in digital collections as well as digital reference. She is actively involved in three iSchool student chapters – ALA, SLA, and SAA – and is a peer mentor for the 2011-12 academic year. Feel free to say hello!

Secretary: Erica Harman

Erica Harmon Erica has had a long love affair with archival documents — the dustier, the better. She has an Archives Concentration in the MSLIS program and has worked in collections for several years at Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site. She is a member of DUSLA, SAA, ALA, and the Delaware Valley Registrar’s Network.

Treasurer: Caitlin Tingo

Caitlin Tingo After completing her B.A. in Literature from the University of Central Florida, Caity became enthralled with the fascinating world of copyright and its effect on historical records. Her specialty interests include the evolution of digitization in the field as well as development of outreach programs.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Susan Davis

DUSAA's current faculty advisor is Dr. Susan Davis, head of the Archives concentration at the iSchool. She teaches a number of courses at the iSchool including Introduction to Archives, Archival Access Systems, and Archival Appraisal. Also, learn more about our past officers.