STEVEN SIELAFF is a recent 2013 graduate of Baylor University's Museum Studies Master's program. From 2011-2013 he was a graduate assistant at the institute, working on various web-based and multimedia projects, including For the Greater Good: Philanthropy in Waco, The Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission's Texas Liberators Oral History Project, and War Comes to Waco, A WWI digital exhibit. Steven has also conducted oral history series here in Waco on both the Dr Pepper Museum and Mayborn Museum Complex. Hired as full-time staff in September of 2013, Steven is currently involved in a two-year research project to help chronicle the past twenty-five years of Baylor University history. He also oversees the digitization of BUIOH's analog collection, manages the institute's website and social media news feeds, and is spearheading the migration of audio files to the institute's searchable online database, ContentDM. His primary professional foci are the value of institutional histories and the use of oral histories in the digital age, and his research includes museological surveys of Texas institutions and integration of the University of Kentucky's Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS) online software among educational entities. Steven currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Texas Oral History Association (TOHA) and is Technical Advisor/Editor for the H-Oralhist listserv.