Robin Camille Davis


I’m Robin Camille Davis. I am the Associate Head of User Experience at NC State University Libraries, where I conduct user research, coordinate content strategy, and advocate for accessible practices. Previously, I was the Emerging Technologies & Online Learning Librarian at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY). I regularly present my work at library science, humanities, and tech conferences. I earned my MA in Computational Linguistics from the Graduate Center at CUNY and my MLIS from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where I was a Data Curation for the Humanities Fellow. In 2022, I was honored with a Movers & Shakers Award from Library Journal.

I’m a half-Asian, half-white woman, originally from southern California and now living in central North Carolina with my husband and young son. I usually go by “Robin Davis,” but I use my middle name for publications and when I want to be easily searchable. I enjoy Japanese candies, Belgian beers, and the NYT daily crossword.

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