Dr. Steven Mizrach (Resumé)

Objective

To obtain a position with this institution.

Experience

1999-2000 Florida International University Miami, FL.

Faculty Adjunct, Dept. of Sociology/Anthropology

  • Teaching ANT 4451/SYD 47000, U.S. Ethnic Minorities
 

1998-1999 University of Florida Gainesville, FL.

Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology

  • TA for ANT 2410, Intro to Cultural Anthropology
 

1998 Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Eagle Butte, SD.

MIS Director, Tribal Building

  • Offered technical support for tribal officials, maintained network of terminals, UNIX, and Windows machines
 

1996-1997 University of Florida Gainesville, FL.

LAN Administrator, Bureau of Economic and Business Research (simultaneous with)

Interactive Developer, SUN.ONE Interactive Media Lab

  • Maintained network of Windows NT and Mac OS machines with two Novell Netware severs for BEBR

  • Developed interactive discussion areas for SUN.ONE, wrote online media content for Eclipse Digizine

 

    1. University of Florida Gainesville, FL.

Computer Consultant, Department of Anthropology

  • Set up email, web pages, presentation multimedia, etc. for faculty, staff, and students
  • Maintained departmental computer lab
  • Did general technical support for people in department

 

1993 Union of Concerned Scientists Washington, DC

Intern, DC Office

  • Helped write position papers, policy documents, and so forth for issues dealing with technology and environmental policy
  • Helped cultivate and maintain Midwest activist network

 

Education

1993-1999 University of Florida

  • PhD, Anthropology

1988-1992 Johns Hopkins University

  • B.A., International Studies, graduated summa cum laude
   

Activities

1998-1999 President, Florida Audiovisual Organization (FLAVOR) (Film/Video Interest Group)

1996-1997 Editor in Chief, Florida Journal of Anthropology (FJA)

1994-1995 President, Florid a Anthropology Students Association (FASA)

 

Honors and Awards

1998 "Alie(n)ation" (short 14 min. video) wins best of FUF Film Festival

1996 My CyberAnthropology Page given #1 Award in "Culture" category by I-Way magazine

1995 Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

1992 William "Troy" Simmons Leadership Award, Maryland Student Legislature (MSL)

 

Skills

  • Computers: multimedia development, technical support, web design, network administration

  • Video: editing (linear and nonlinear), production, dubbing
  • Languages: Spanish, Kreyol
  • Research Techniques: content analysis, text analysis, ethnographic field work, statistical analysis

 

References

  • Dr. Allan Burns, Chair, UF Department of Anthropology

  • Dr. J. Bryan Page, Chair, UM Department of Anthropology
  • Wenonah Hauter, Staff Member, Union of Concerned Scientists