Name Pronunciationkair - en chi - koh - nee
PronounsShe / Her
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Lead Librarian for Public Science
Phone: (919) 515-3946
Ask Me About...
- Public engagement
- The Long View Project
- Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge
- Wicked Problems, Wolfpack Solutions
- (Y)Our Health in the Movies
- Future of Food
- Global Change Games
- Coffee & Viz
- Preparing Students for Wicked Problems
- Global Change Games: Programs that Pop
- Big Data Research Practices and Needs at North Carolina State University: An Ithaka S+R Local Report
- Service Assessment Planning for the Hunt Library Dataspace
Riley, N., Goller, C. C., Leggett, Z. H., Lewis, D., Ciccone, K., & Dunn, R. R. (2020). Catalyzing rapid discovery of gold-precipitating bacterial lineages with university students. PeerJ, 8(4), e8925. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.8925
Bennett, S., Ciccone, K., & Davis, H. (2020). Engaged Librarianship at the NC State University Libraries. Against the Grain, 32(4). Retrieved from https://www.against-the-grain.com/2020/09/v324-engaged-librarianship-at-the-nc-state-university-libraries/
Ciccone, K., & Vickery, J. (2015). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. EVIDENCE BASED LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PRACTICE, 10(1), 34–49. https://doi.org/10.18438/b86g6q
Shout-outs From My Colleagues
Shout-outs are kind words from Libraries staff to other Libraries staff for going out of their way to be extra awesome at their job.
My sincere thanks to Danica and Karen who are two of the best collaborators! They worked with me to take a simple idea to set up a table on Citizen Science at NC State for the State of Sciences take-over event at Hunt Library and made it dynamic and fun for everyone who stopped by. Thanks to Danica and Karen, we had all kinds of citizen science tech lending on display for visitors to use (microscope, light sensors, sound sensors, macro lenses, and a rain gauge). Thanks to them, we had popular women in STEM and Citizen Science buttons, project idea handouts, and a super cool trail camera to raffle off. We even got to collaborate with 2 students from the Citizen Science Club! It was so much fun to meet all of the kids, families, students, faculty, and alumni who stopped by our table. It's always a good day when we have a chance to showcase how the Libraries integrates with teaching, research, and community engagement and it was made even better by being able to work with Danica and Karen.
— Hilary Davis