Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas, M.A., is digital archives coordinator for the Ernest L. Boyer Center Archives at Messiah College. In this role, Devin oversees the day-to-day operation of the repository and the ongoing digitization of Boyer’s papers. He handles researcher inquiries and facilitates new acquisitions to the collection. He serves as the primary blogger at “Service Fulfilled.” In addition to his work at the archive, Devin serves as director of the Sider Institute for Anabaptist, Pietist, and Wesleyan Studies. For more on Devin and his work, click here.
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Gregory D. Slye is a junior majoring in history with secondary social studies teaching certification at Messiah College. He also serves as the work study for the Boyer Center Archives. As such, Greg works to organize, catalogue, and digitize various items within the collection. In addition, he helps to improve the overall accessibility and awareness of the digital resources the archive is creating, including blogging at “Service Fulfilled.” One fun fact about Greg is that he is related to President William McKinley.
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Dr. Cynthia A. Wells, Ph.D., is director of the Ernest L. Boyer Center at Messiah College, as well as assistant professor of higher education and program director of the M.A. in Higher Education. In addition to teaching and administration, Cynthia writes occasional posts for the “Service Fulfilled” blog.
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