STEVEN SIELAFF is a recent 2013 graduate of Baylor University's Museum Studies Master's program. For the past two years he was a graduate assistant at the BUIOH, working on such projects as: For the Greater Good: Philanthropy in Waco, The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission's Texas Liberators Project, War Comes to Waco: A WWI Digital Exhibit and oral history series on both the Dr Pepper Museum and Mayborn Museum Complex. Currently Steven is beginning a two-year research project to help chronicle the past twenty-five years of Baylor University history. His primary professional foci are the value of institutional histories and the use of oral histories in the digital age. Steven's research includes museological surveys of Texas institutions and integration of the University of Kentucky's Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS) among educational entities, both topics he is slated to present on in the upcoming annual conferences of the Texas Association of Museums (TAM) and Oral History Association (OHA) respectively.