Emmet Baumgarten completed a BA in Classics, Latin concentration, at Furman University in 2019 with an in-major GPA of 4.0. He studied German the following summer in a total immersion program at Middlebury College. He has collaborated in the digital humanities Homer Multitext project, leading Furman University’s manuscripts research group for several years, and he has presented his contributions to the project at the Center for Hellenic Studies in DC as well as his research on a folio of the Gospel of Matthew at the 2018 Digital Humanities conference in Mexico City. Since his graduation, Emmett has worked for the Indiana University network as an accessibility analyst, making course content accessible to students with audio, visual, and other impairments. In his leisure, Emmett enjoys a frequent board game, 3D arts (ceramics, sculpting, painting miniatures), and soccer.