Certification: C.P.I.M., American Production and Inventory Control Society.
Graduate Studies, Gender and Women's Studies, University of Illinois-Chicago, 2004, 2008.
M.B.A., 1988, Webster University.
M.S., 1974, Washington University.
B.A., 1972, Knox College.
"High Level Language Implementation of Bit Map Inverted Files." Ragan, D.P., and Jones, S.A. Computers and Biomedical Research 11 (1978): 595-612.
"Multi-tasking in MUMPS-PC." Proceedings of the 1976 MUMPS Users' Group Meeting (1976): 74-79.
"Inverted File Structures Using Bit Maps Under Extended MUMPS-PC." Proceedings of the 1974 MUMPS Users' Group Meeting (1974): 199-206.
"A Radiation Therapy Department Information System." Proceedings of the 1973 MUMPS Users' Group Meeting (1973): 67-73.
Campus & Community Involvement
Advisor, Knox Gay Bureau.
Member, Benefits Task Force.
Member, College Greivance Panel.
Member, Hunter Prize Committee.
Treasurer, Knox-Rootabaga Jazz Festival.
Member, Landscape Task Force.
Member, LGBTQ Alumni Club.
Board of Directors, Central Illinois Friends of People With AIDS.
Board of Directors, Acorn Equality Fund.
Board of Directors, Nova Singers.
Member, Galesburg Rotary Club.
Local Advisor and National Volunteer, TKE Fraternity.
Computer Consultant, Gerber-Hart Library.
Britt Anderson encourages current Knox students to take classes in constitutional law, LSAT preparation, and to be ready to focus only on the study of law.
Scholar John Agnew aims to debunk myths and promote a better understanding of the dimensions of immigration in the United States and elsewhere.
A double-major in English literature and gender and women's studies, she walks in the footsteps of James Joyce and other writers, gaining a better understanding of them and their work.