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In September 2020, Shipra started working as a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. Prior to that, she worked at T-Mobile as a Technology Product Manager.
In 2022, Austin started at Microsoft as a Software Engineer II working on the Office Suite.
Jordan is working as a public services librarian at Sacramento City College. His faculty work duties include teaching, instructional design, coordination, collection development and serving users at a lively reference desk.
Tejas is working as a data engineer at Auth0, enjoying the startup work culture and learning a lot of new things.
jessica is an assistant professor and science librarian at the University of Idaho. She had a paper published in the September 2020 edition of Information Technology and Libraries.
Alanna now lives in London, England, where she is a senior knowledge coordinator at Baringa Partners. She helps more than 650 management consultants capture, curate and share knowledge.
Joshua moved to Los Angeles to one of the hubs of space exploration and development and joined Boeing, working in the Phantom Works division. He works in the Space & Intelligence Systems Special Technology Integration team as a software engineer, focusing on developing resilient space systems that can survive the natural and geopolitical environment of space.
Christina started a new position in April 2020 as a scholarly communication librarian for Research Infrastructure, where she works closely with colleagues to support faculty research in the areas of impact, metrics, and reputation management.
In 2021, Matt had been recently promoted to Librarian II and took on duties as the Data Librarian for the Virginia Beach Public Library system.
After graduation, Cindy moved to the Bay Area to work as a UI engineer. A few months later, she moved to a hyper-growth startup company as a full-stack engineer. The foundations she learned at the iSchool helped her accelerate her learning and overcome hard challenges each day at work.