Anthony T. Pinter is a PhD student in the Department of Information Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. He works with Jed Brubaker and the Identity Lab exploring how audiences form perceptions about a variety of things online, such as identity performance and critical reviews.
Prior to CU, Anthony completed his B.S. and M.S. in Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University. At Penn State, he worked with Lynette Kvasny Yarger on projects related to the digital divide and discrimination in STEM fields.
With Lynette Kvasny Yarger and Fay Cobb Payton as co-authors, I have had a poster accepted to the 3rd Symposium on Computing and Mental Health. The poster will accompany a three minute talk on a sister paper, and is entitled "Manifesting Its Ugly Roots: Analyzing Journalistic Discourse to Understand Perception of Mental Health in Higher Education."
Awarded the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant for $1,000 to begin work on a project exploring transgender individuals' identity disclosures across their social media ecosystem.