|Jon Harald Søby|
Jon studies Linguistics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. A Wikimedian since 2005, Jon edits and translates in several language versions of Wikipedia. Jon's fellowship projects are modeling new ways to engage with volunteer translators, and his work focuses on usability improvements for Wikimedia's translation systems.
Jonathan is a Wikipedia Researcher and PhD candidate in human-computer interaction at the University of Washington, where he studies how people use technology and tries to design things to make their lives easier. As a fellow, Jonathan focuses on projects related to the new editor experience on English Wikipedia.
Sarah has been an editor on English Wikipedia since 2004, and has been active in GLAM-Wiki projects since 2009. She's finishing her master’s degree in museum studies at George Washington University. Sarah has made it her mission to close Wikipedia's gender gap, and her fellowship focuses on attracting and retaining more women to contribute to Wikimedia projects.
Peter has been editing English Wikipedia since 2005 and is an active member of Wikimedia UK. He’s got a B.A. and M.Sci. in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. As a fellow, he brings a data-driven approach and experience breaking down complex topics into clear written information in order to improve the usability of help pages on English Wikipedia.
Projects: Help pages redesign
Tanvir is an active editor of Bengali Wikipedia since 2009, and helped found Wikimedia Bangladesh. He is a steward and also volunteers on the Small Wiki Monitoring Team and Countervandalism Network. Tanvir brings his experience with small wikis to the fellowship program in order to experiment with on-wiki strategies to encourage and grow the editing community on small language versions of Wikipedia, with specific focus on the Bengali Wikipedia.
Projects: Small Wiki Editor Engagement Project
Steven has been editing the English Wikipedia since 2008 and is active there in multiple dispute resolution forums. As a fellow, he is investigating opportunities for improvement of dispute resolution processes, and on building community capacity for dispute resolution on the English Wikipedia.
|Victoria Doronina and Maryana Pinchuk||History of the Russian Wikipedia||Zack Exley||8 weeks||2010-09-30|
|Steven Walling||Quantitative and qualitative research into Wikimedia communities, centered on the Contribution Taxonomy Project, as well as organizing and outreach such as for Wikipedia's 10th anniversary||Zack Exley||One year||2010-09-15|
|Lennart Guldbrandsson||Bookshelf Project and Account Creation Improvement Project||Frank Schulenburg||6 months||2011-01-07|
|Maryana Pinchuk||"Wiki-histories" summer fellowship, a joint program with volunteers and grad students, who will produce a series of narrative histories of Wikimedia projects||Zack Exley||One year||2011-03-01|
|Achal Prabhala||Field research in India and South Africa into the state of published and unpublished source material for use in verifying Wikimedia content||Barry Newstead and Zack Exley||5 months||2011-01-12|
|R. Stuart Geiger, Aaron Halfaker, Fabian Kaelin, Melanie Kill, Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia, Yusuke Matsubara, Jonathan Morgan and Shawn Walker||Wikimedia Summer of Research 2011, studying longterm participation trends in Wikipedia||Zack Exley||3 months||2011-06-01|
|Fabian Kaelin||Study of Portuguese Wikipedia Editor Trends||Siko Bouterse||2 months||2011-06-01|
|Liam Wyatt||Global GLAM outreach, building enthusiasm, awareness, and working models for cultural institutions to partner with Wikipedians in producing open content for the public. Piloting and scaling the Wikipedian in Residence program and GLAMCamp gatherings to forward the GLAM movement.||Zack Exley and Siko Bouterse||One year||2011-01-19|
|Yusuke Matsubara||RevDiffSearch and WikiHadoop Analytics projects||Diederik van Liere||7 months||2011-06-01|
|James Alexander||Business analysis for the 2011 Fundraiser, Wiki Guides pilot project to help new editors, Reader Relations assistance||Philippe Beaudette||One year|
|R. Stuart Geiger||Qualitative and quantitative analysis of User Template Experiments and other community research statistics related to editor retention.||Siko Bouterse||6 months||2011-06-01|
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