Julie Angarone has been supporting computing in the Department of Art and Archaeology since 1997. She came to Princeton with an A.A.S. in chemical engineering technology from Broome Community College. While working at Princeton, Angarone took advantage of the educational assistance program and earned a B.A. in natural science and math from Thomas Edison State University, an M.S. in technical communication from NJIT, and an M.S. in instruction from Drexel University. Angarone serves the department by keeping everyone's computers up to date, building the website, laying out the department alumni newsletter, and acting as liaison between OIT and the department. Angarone runs a Wintersession teaching Word productivity tools; she shares the same tips in one-on-one meetings with students who are writing their theses and dissertations. Angarone is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies and is pursuing Web Accessibility Specialist certification.
Computing Support Specialist
2N-2 Green Hall