Project Developers

Michele Wick, Ph.D., Research Associate in the Psychology Department, Smith College. Michele is a licensed psychologist (MA) who earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. During her tenure as a clinician Michele worked with clients in community mental health and hospital settings, as well several college counseling centers. Since her arrival at Smith, Michele has taught introductory, clinical, social, organizational, and psychology classes. As a psychologist, writer, and artist, Michele is fascinated by the social, evolutionary, and biological forces effecting emotional well-being and creativity. Designing this website allows her the opportunity to concentrate on the confluence of these interests and engage in interdisciplinary dialogue with colleagues across many fields.

Karen Kukil, M.L.S., Associate Curator of Special Collections, Smith College Libraries. For the past sixteen years, Ms. Kukil has supervised the scholarly use of the Virginia Woolf collection in the Mortimer Rare Book Room at Smith College where she has made the rare book and manuscript collections accessible to undergraduates through lectures and exhibitions. Since 2004 Ms. Kukil has also served as Associate Curator of the Sophia Smith Collection of Women’s History Archives (SSC). In 2003, she co-hosted the International Conference on Virginia Woolf and edited Woolf in the Real World. Ms. Kukil consults for the electronic publishing project "Time Passes" which analyzes the textural and literary history of central sequence from Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse. Karen evaluates website content for accuracy, helps project members find suitable materials, and assists in the processes of project evaluation and dissemination.

Joanne Cannon, Assistant Director ETS/Manager, Interactive Services Team, Information Technology Services. Over the past nineteen years Joanne has worked with faculty to develop courseware applications in support of their teaching. Projects for which she provided project management and programming include Vistas: Visual Culture in Spanish America, an NEH funded interactive DVD and website; Thinking with a Line, currently being distributed through Davis Publications; and The Art of Survival: Wolfgang Szepansky - Five Years in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, available through the Holocaust Museum in Berlin, Germany. Joanne is the technical project manager for this program.

Kate Lee, Multimedia Courseware Designer, Educational Technology Services. As a producer, director, writer, and editor in the video/multimedia industry, Kate provides consultation and support for media production, editing and distribution. She is an Apple Certified Trainer in all levels of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, and DVD Studio Pro and has developed and taught several courses in media editing, graphic design and web development. Kate produced the Virginia Woolf digital narratives presented in this website.

Frank Citino, Multimedia Courseware Designer, Educational Technology Services. As a member of the ETS, Interactive Services Team for the last ten years, Frank designed and implemented the user interface and graphic art work in ETS supported curricular development projects including those for Joanne Cannon. He designed the user interface for this project.

Caroline Moore is the Moodle Administrator at Smith College. She has been helping faculty integrate various types of technology into their pedagogy for the past five years, and appreciates that her current job allows her to act as both a teacher and a programmer. Caroline developed the php programming within this project.

Many thanks to the Smith students who have worked on this project:

Quincy Clowe
Maggie Dethloff
Hannah Frydman
Davida Ginsberg
Kaitlyn Krauskopf
Emilie Lerner
Kendra Ralston
Kelsey Swensen