Bio


Daniel Hartwig has been the Stanford University Archivist since 2010. From 2006-2010, he was the Records Services Archivist at Yale University, where he helped coordinate the Family and Community Archives Project. Previously, Hartwig was Assistant Archivist and Digital Projects Developer at Ball State University from 2004-2006 and Archives Reference Assistant at the Wisconsin Historical Society from 2002-2004. A graduate of the University of Iowa, he holds an MA from Indiana University and a MLIS from the University of Wisconsin.

Current Role at Stanford


Formulate, direct, and administer collection development policy and program for archival and manuscript collections pertaining to Stanford University

Manage institutional information for President’s Office, Provost’s Office, Board of Trustees, Office of Development, Planning Office, and Stanford Alumni Association

Administer all public service related to access and interpretation of the holdings of University Archives, including instruction, reference, web presence, exhibits, reproduction policies, and publications.

Identify and cultivate donors

Formulate, direct, and administer policy and program related to administrative records management, records transfer, and information retrieval; establish and administer policies on restrictions and access to records

Develop and maintain programs of digitization of appropriate holdings of the University Archives

Develop and maintain relationships with key University and University-related committees

Supervise University Archives staff and Stanford Historical Society staff

Supervisors


Honors & Awards


  • Hidden Collections Grant, Council on Library and Information Resources (2012)

Education & Certifications


  • CA, Academy of Certified Archivists (2006)
  • MLIS, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Library & Information Science (2004)
  • MA, Indiana University-Bloomington, History & Philosophy of Science (2001)
  • BA, University of Iowa, History; Philosophy (1998)

Projects


  • Stanford Daily Digitization Project, Stanford University (2011 - 2014)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

    Collaborators

    • Charlie Hoffman, Project Director, The Stanford Daily
  • Hanna House Digitization Project, Stanford University (2012 - Present)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

Service, Volunteer and Community Work


  • Web Archiving Service Team, Stanford University Libraries (7/2013 - Present)

    Location

    Stanford, CA

  • Board of Directors, Stanford Historical Society (2010 - Present)

    Location

    stanford, CA

Personal Interests


Photography/Art
Travel
Music
Movies
Motocycles

Professional Interests


Digital Preservation
Electronic Records
Photography
Architectural Records

Work Experience


  • Records Services Archivist, Yale University (July 2004 - August 2010)

    Location

    New Haven, CT

  • Assistant Archivist and Digital Projects Developer, Ball State University (August 2004 - July 2006)

    Location

    Muncie, IN

  • Archives Reference Assistant, Wisconsin Historical Society (November 2002 - August 2004)

    Location

    Madison, WI

Professional Affiliations and Activities


  • Archivists’ Toolkit Roundtable Steering Committee, Society of American Archivists (2009 - 2011)
  • College & University Archives Section Steering Committee, Society of American Archivists (2011 - 2014)
  • Member, Society of American Archivists (2004 - Present)
  • Member, Academy of Certified Archivists (2007 - Present)
  • Member, Society of California Archivists (2010 - Present)

All Publications


  • The Family and Community Archives Project: Introducing High School Students to Archives and the Archives Profession Through the Archival Looking Glass: A Reader on Diversity and Inclusion Hartwig, D., Weideman, C. Society of American Archivists. 2014: 213-234