Tripp Tuttle

Graduate Assistant - Technology & Design Consultant, Center for Global Initiatives

Special design and technology projects
Graduate Study | Mentoring


Tripp Tuttle is a Masters of Science in Information Science (M.S.I.S.) student at the UNC School of Information and Library Science. He works with the Center on several projects including the design of the global calendar as well as information and data technology. For eight years prior, he served as a program manager at the Center and as UNC’s Fulbright Program Adviser. During his time at the Center, he developed the Vimy Global Team award that allows an interdisciplinary group of students to put their education into practice through research, service or storytelling projects abroad. Tripp earned a B.F.A. in printmaking from UNC in 2005 and the UNC School of Media and Journalism’s Certificate in Technology and Communication in 2016.

After completing his degree, he hopes to work in consulting focusing on organizational knowledge capture, management and retrieval, with a specific interest in global and higher education enterprises.

When I was an undergraduate studio art major at UNC, I practically lived off Cosmic Cantina burritos. I usually enjoyed them in the seating area in the Alumni Sculpture Garden, adjacent to the Hanes Art Center.”

– Tripp