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Nathan Brewer has been at the History Center since July 2008, and is responsible for the overall management of, and development of content for, the Engineering and Technology History Wiki (ETHW). In addition to his ETHW responsibilities, Nathan will oversee the Center’s pages on the IEEE Web site and serve as the Center’s liaison with IEEE’s IT department and with the Web team.
Nathan brings a wide range of relevant education and experience to his position at the History Center. He comes to the History Center with bachelor's degrees from Rutgers in Computer Science (B.S. 2004) and History (B.A. 2006) and an M.L.I.S., also from Rutgers (2008). He has previously worked as a reference librarian, an archivist assistant, and a helpdesk analyst for Panasonic Toughbook.