Past People
Bridging Departments and Disciplines in a Digital Age

Digital Humanities Programs Assistant

Tina Lumbis

Tina Lumbis served as the first DH Instructional Support Assistant in the DH Center (2019). Tina was instrumental to the early growth of the DH Center. She helped launch the electronic literature studio, crafted digital storytelling trainings, developed co- and extra-curricular programming, and experimented with emerging technologies. Prior to joining the DH Center, she was the Graduate Programs Assistant for the DH Initiative (August 2017-December 2018). Most notably in that capacity, she developed the curriculum for an after-school electronic literature program. She has a MFA in Creative Writing from SDSU (2019) and has created numerous e-lit works which she has shared at the Electric Literature Organization's annual conferences.

Digital Humanities Collaborative – Recognized Student Organization

Adrian Diaz

Kristen Herr

Philip Shieh

Krishna L. Buenfil
Vice President of Social Media