Introducing our newest cohort of myMETRO Researchers-in-Residence

This year, our myMETRO Researchers program will help four individual myMETRO members bring their research projects to fruition. We are pleased to welcome the individuals accepted to this program, and to share a little bit about the work they'll be doing.

Caroline Gabrielli will develop a toolkit for artist's archives and other projects involving catalogues raisonnés. 

Kelly Hamilton will produce a literature review studying instructional literacy in ESL classes for adult learners. 

Brian Hasbrouck will create a website that tracks the release of publications and other data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Louis Muñoz will explore engagement policies for Hispanic patrons within public libraries serving diverse communities. 

All four of our Researchers-in-Residence will receive individual coaching sessions, a one-on-one meeting with a publishing industry insider, and access to collections across New York City and Westchester County through our METRO Referral Card program. 

We look forward to working with this cohort of myMETRO Researchers and will share the results of their hard work as they become available.