Zach is a Ph.D. student in the information science track of the computer and information sciences program. He completed a BA with a major in religious studies and a minor in English from the University of Central Arkansas in 2010. Since then, he has worked at a health insurance company, an environmental consulting firm, and at UA Little Rock’s Office of Institutional Research before becoming a graduate research assistant in the Fall of 2017. His research interests include complex systems, natural language processing, network science, and information theory. He also has a smaller interest in the philosophy of science. His goal after graduation is to become a professor.
- Machine Learning and the Legislative Evolution of Ukraine Research Presented at EIT Colloquium
- COSMOS Tools Showcased in EIT Colloquium
- COSMOS showcases technological solutions during Department of State delegation visit at UA Little Rock
- Changing Fields: From religious studies to information science
- Stine presenting agent-based modeling paper at ICCS2018