PhD Geophysics, University of British Columbia
MSIS Information Science, University of North Texas
Graduate Certificate Digital Curation and Data Management, University of North Texas
MA Public Administration, University of Houston
MS Geophysics, Stanford University
AB Geology, Princeton University
Christina Chan-Park is the STEM Librarian Coordinator at Baylor University where she currently is a research librarian for physical sciences and data. She is also a workshop leader for the ACRL roadshow Building Your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work. Her current research interests are in scholarly communications, specifically data management, academic identity, and bibliometrics. Like most librarians, she enjoys reading. But more than anything else she enjoys seeing other people succeed and helping them achieve their goals.
Prior to coming to Baylor in 2000, Dr. Chan-Park was the director of the NSF-funded Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professorate and a visiting professor of geology at the University of Houston. She has also been a lecturer at the University of British Columbia, Capital University, and the Ohio State University where she received her post-doctoral training.
Memberships, Committees, Publications
Fixer Upper: Redesigning and Rebuilding STEM Research Guides. (2020, July). STEM Librarian South 2020, Southern Methodist University.
Watkins, M. W., & Chan-Park, C. Y. (2015). The research impact of school psychology faculty. Journal of School Psychology, 53(3), 231–241.
Cade, W. B., & Chan-Park, C. (2015). The origin of “Space Weather.” Space Weather, 13(2), 2014SW001141.
Chan, C. Y., & Knight, R. J. (1999). Determining water content and saturation from dielectric measurements in layered materials. Water Resources Research, 35(1), 85–93.
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