Working at the Press

 

"Working as a Student Assistant at the Press @ Cal Poly Humboldt has been an enriching learning experience for me. As a Journalism student I had experience copyediting student publications, which is what led me to apply for the position at the Press. Working for the Press has given me remarkable opportunities for on-the-job learning, including working with industry standard software with which I had little prior experience. I also work directly with authors as an editor, which has taken my editing and communication skills to the professional level. 
As a Student Assistant supporting the Press's mission of high-quality, open-access publishing, I feel that my work contributes meaningfully to the campus community and puts me in conversation with the international academic community. Working for the Press has encouraged me in my pursuit of editing as a career, and has given me the skills and confidence to assume leadership positions in other settings."


-Camille Delany, Spring 2022

Camille Delaney

Camille is a skilled editor, working personally with our non- fiction authors to create the best versions of their books.

Camille edits works that sometimes have content in different languages. Her lates project makes use of Vietnamese in the sources and footnotes.

 

 

Alannah Guevara

Alannah has a great eye for layout and design.

She designed the children's book Lift Up the Sky, and Is currently designing a book on external accupuncture, and another on Synesthesia.

 

Thalia Barry

Thalia's technical work for Scholarly Communications is second to none.

Thalia is reponsible for the publishing of over 100 student ideaFest Posters, and is currently creating an eBook for Martha Manier's book Sewing Their Stories.

Kiran Dunning

Kiran is the newest member of the Press team.

She will be responsible for the publicity of the press, as well as the editing and accessibility checks of many of the peer reviewed articles and theses.

Welcome Kiran!