Make Your Story: A How-To Podcast Series


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Sarah Huber

Sarah Huber is an assistant professor and engineering technology information specialist for the physical sciences, engineering, and technology division of the Purdue Libraries & School of Information Studies. She is liaison to the Purdue Polytechnic Institute (PPI). She runs the Purdue Libraries Maker programming, bringing all types of making across campus to students and interesting conversations about making through the podcast series’ programming. Professor Huber’s research focuses on maker programming, visual literacy, and ways in which creativity can be fostered during the research process.

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Annette Bochenek

Annette Bochenek, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and Business Information Specialist at Purdue University. She is also an archivist and film historian of Hollywood’s Golden Age. She manages the Hometowns to Hollywood blog, in which she writes about her trips exploring the legacies and hometowns of Golden Age stars. Annette also hosts the Hometowns to Hollywood lecture series. She has been featured on Turner Classic Movies. In addition to writing for TCM Backlot, she also writes for Classic Movie Hub, Silent Film Quarterly, Nostalgia Digest, and Chicago Art Deco Society Magazine.

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Toni DeAztlan Smith

Toni DeAztlan Smith is an assistant professor of practice in the School of Communication and Director of their Digital Media Production Center. Her storytelling chops were honed at UT Austin’s Radio-Television-Film program and at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. Before her career in academia, Toni was a television producer for a major network in New York City.