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Appointments

Gerald W. Cloud has been appointed the Harry Ransom Center’s Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Curator of Early Books and Manuscripts at the University of Texas-Austin. Cloud will be responsible for overseeing the Ransom Center’s holdings of early books and manuscripts, including promoting access to, and use of, the collections and interpreting them for varied audiences. Prior to joining the Ransom Center, Cloud served as head librarian at UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, curator of literature at Columbia University’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and most recently as an antiquarian bookseller at James Cummins Bookseller.

Rina Elster Pantalony has been appointed director of the Copyright Advisory Office at Columbia University Libraries/Information Services. Pantalony is currently chair of the Standing Committee on Legal Affairs for the International Council of Museums. She is also a faculty member at New York University (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts, where she teaches courses on Copyright Law and Policy, and also serves as coordinator of Intellectual Property Projects for the NYU Department of Cinema Studies, Moving Image Archiving, and Preservation program. She previously served as chief IP counsel to the Library and Archives of Canada for ten years while an IP lawyer with the Department of Justice Canada, was director of Rights Management for a for-profit initiative of the Museum of Modern Art, and served as director of Copyright Policy at the Canadian Heritage Information Network.

Blake Walter has been appointed associate dean of learning resources and library director at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. He most recently served in the dual role of library director and vice-president for Academic Administration at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Mary Champagne is now head of reference/education services at Beneficial-Hodson Library of Hood College.

Ann Copeland has been named head of cataloging and metadata services in the University Libraries at Penn State.

Laurel McPhee Dougherty is now the supervisory archivist in special collections and archives at the University of California-San Diego Library.

Aimee Gee has been appointed reference/education services librarian at Beneficial-Hodson Library of Hood College.

Karen Doster-Greenleaf has been appointed user experience librarian at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland.

Ryan Hildebrand has been appointed authorities and special collections cataloging librarian at the University of Oregon Libraries.

Zemirah Lee has been named education and outreach librarian at the University of California-Irvine.

Bethany Levrault has been appointed cataloging and metadata librarian at the University of California-Irvine.

Kathleen Bonann Marshall is now assistant curator for the Malibu Collection at Pepperdine University Libraries.

Raymond Maxwell has accepted the faculty position of research and instruction/ business liaison librarian at Western Carolina University Library.

Kaitlyn May is now interlibrary loan manager at Beneficial-Hodson Library of Hood College.

Colleen Scanlon Mullally is now assessment librarian at Pepperdine University Libraries.

Matthew Roberts has been appointed research librarian for English, Comparative Literature, Critical Theory, German, French, and Italian at the University of California-Irvine.

Sarah Wade joined the faculty at Campbell University as the assistant medical librarian in the Jerry Wallace School for Osteopathic Medicine.

Jeremy Whitt is now scholarly resources librarian at Pepperdine University Libraries.

Jeanette Woodburn is now director for Library Advancement and Public Affairs at Pepperdine University Libraries.

Retirements

Annelle R. Huggins, associate dean of libraries at the University of Memphis (UM), has retired. Huggins had been at UM since 1981, when she joined the library faculty as coordinator of technical services. She later served as associate director (1986–99), interim dean (1999–2000), and, most recently, as associate dean since 2000. She held positions at Texas A&M University and the University of Oklahoma libraries prior to joining the UM faculty. Huggins has previously served as ALA Chapter Councilor for Tennessee (2000–06, 2008) and will continue to serve as executive director of the Tennessee Library Association, a position she has held since 2001.

Jack Sulzer, senior associate dean for undergraduate and learning services, has retired from Penn State’s University Libraries after more than four decades of service. Sulzer’s career with the libraries began in 1972, when he became an assistant to the archivist in the Reference Archives. In 1979, he was appointed state and local documents librarian and then patents and law librarian. Sulzer was appointed head of the general reference section in 1990. In 1998, he became the associate dean of Campus College Libraries and was later promoted to senior associate dean of undergraduate learning services. Sulzer served as president of the Pennsylvania Library Association and has held numerous leadership positions on ALA committees and divisions, including chair and assistant chair of the U.S. Public Printer’s Depository Library Council, the National Commission on Library and Information Science Committee on Government Information Policy, and as chair to the Government Documents Roundtable. At Penn State, Sulzer was a longstanding member of the University Academic Leadership Forum, in the Office of the Provost, and served on the Coordinating Council for Outreach and Cooperative Extension. In addition, he was on the board of directors of Collegian Inc., publisher of the student-run newspaper, The Daily Collegian. Within the libraries, Sulzer led a wide range of committees and groups, where his strength in consensus building saw the libraries successfully transition through significant technological change and administrative restructuring. Although retired, Sulzer will maintain a strong connection to the University Libraries in the capacity of librarian emeritus.


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