STUDENT EVALUATIONS (SELECTED QUOTES)
"Britt is an incredibly smart and well-read individual. She was a pleasure to learn from and really cultivated good discussion and thought in class."
"The discussions were very interesting and broad, reaching into politics and many other real world topics. This course opened my eyes to many things about the Internet I had never considered before."
"Britt is one of the best professors I've ever had. She is really cool and very passionate about the subject matter. I would highly recommend her and this course to other students."
"I really liked Britt, she is a great teacher with great understanding of the course materials. Her class was long, but it was informative and I always left class knowing something new."
Rutgers University / Department of Library and Information Science
Fall 2019- present / Assistant Professor
Gender and Technology / Ethical Decision-making in Information Professions
University of California, Los Angeles / Department of Information Studies
Winter and Summer 2017 - Instructor / Information Studies 30: "Internet and Society"
Truman State University / Department of Communication
Spring 2014 - Instructor / Comm 251. "Media Lab", Comm. 250 "Media History", Comm. 350 "Media Criticism"
The New School / School of Media Studies
Fall 2013 - Graduate Teaching Associate / Understanding Media Studies
Spring 2013 - Teaching Assistant / Media Studies: Ideas
The New School / Undergraduate Division
Fall 2013 - Teaching Assistant / Who New: The History of the New School
Rutgers University/Department of Library and Information Science
Spring 2020 / Independent Study - Noman Khan "Public Interest Technologists"
TBD / PhD Qualifying Exam Committee - Julie Aromi
University of California, Los Angeles / Computer Science Department
Kleinrock Center for Internet Studies / Internet Research Initiative
2017 - 2018 - Research Coordinator
University of California, Los Angeles / Undergraduate Division
Undergraduate Research Center
2016 - 2017 - Graduate Research Mentor