Anthony Pinter is an incoming teaching assistant professor (starting fall 2022) in the ATLAS Institute and a PhD candidate in information science at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is interested in understanding the experiences people have during life transitions and how those experiences are represented in sociotechnical systems. His dissertation work focuses on how people manage the data that are left behind in the wake of a romantic relationship ending. In the classroom, Anthony is passionate about getting students interested in programming, computational thinking and using data to tell interesting stories and to challenge preconceived notions about the world. Anthony holds master’s degrees in information science from CU Boulder and Penn State, and he completed his BS, also in information science, at Penn State.