About the Project and Credits

About this Exhibition

Georgia State University, Emory University, and the David J. Sencer CDC Museum developed this digital exhibition based on the content and design of 2020-21 exhibition Influenza: Complex Virus/Complex History. Organized by the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, the exhibition traces the global impact of influenza viruses since the 1918 pandemic. This content has been adapted and expanded for a digital platform.

By design, the project is evolving and ongoing: new content will be added as it is developed and identified. In addition, the project team will coordinate development of lesson plans and curriculum related to the exhibition content, which will be shared on the website. Faculty from other educational institutions are welcomed to request more information about curriculum and contributing to the pedagogical aspect of the project using our contact form.

Credits

Digital Exhibition Team

The digital exhibition is a collaboration of a team of students, faculty, and staff from three Atlanta-based institutions: the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, Emory University, and Georgia State University.

David J. Sencer CDC Museum

  • Heather Rodriguez, Exhibition Curator
  • Louise E. Shaw, Senior Curator
  • Judy Gantt, Director

Emory University

  • Spencer Roberts, Head of Digital Initiatives and Technologies, Pitts Theology Library
  • John Zhao, Graduate Student, Rollins School of Public Health

Georgia State University

  • Brennan Collins, Associate Director, Digital Pedagogy, Atlanta Studies, and WAC Program, Department of English

David J. Sencer CDC Museum Exhibition Development Team

  • Heather Rodriguez, Exhibition Curator
  • Louise E. Shaw, Senior Curator
  • Judy Gantt, Director

    Project Support

    The development of this website is supported by:

    David J. Sencer CDC Museum

    Georgia State University

    Emory University

    About and Credits