Curtis is the data analytics and reporting manager. His duties include management of Career Center data collection, producing reports on student and employer activity and finding innovative ways to incorporate data into the department’s processes. In addition to the central duties of the job, Curtis also writes and maintains software that support the department’s mission and long-term goals.
Curtis is presently pursuing dual Master of Arts degrees in Sociology and Ethics & Applied Philosophy at UNC Charlotte. His educational history includes graduate certificates in Cognitive Science and Gender Studies from UNC Charlotte and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree from Fayetteville State University. He considers himself an interdisciplinary student. Curtis’ research interests are in complex systems, human-centered design (a branch of human-computer interaction) and the social factors of computing (sociology of information technology). Prior to his current role, Curtis served as the graduate assistant for technology in the University Career Center.
In his spare time Curtis enjoys experimenting with various film and digital photography techniques including high-dynamic range, long-exposure, optical color filtering (for monochrome images) and astrophotography. In addition, he also spends time learning about new technologies and refining his existing skills through a variety of projects.