People in the News

Ann-Christe Galloway

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John Lehner, associate dean of personnel, planning, and systems, has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the Ambassador Kenneth Franzheim II Endowed Library Professorship. The professorship was established to support a full-time librarian in the MD Anderson Library at the University of Houston. The candidate must have exceeded the requirements to achieve the rank of full professor, or full librarian, and must be recognized as an individual who has advanced their discipline, who is regarded for leadership, and whose opinions are highly respected. Lehner’s scholarship is widely noted for its careful analysis of the dynamic landscape of human resource administration. Professional library associations, such as ACRL, and research library consortia, such as the Association of Research Libraries, frequently call upon Lehner’s knowledge in creating standards and guidelines, developing initiatives, and enhancing programs in human resource endeavors. His areas of expertise range from diversity to executive leadership to workforce development. Kenneth Franzheim II was a Houston oilman and philanthropist. He served as ambassador to New Zealand, Western Samoa, Tonga, and Fiji from 1969 to 1972.

Appointments

Tara Lynn Fulton, former librarian at Eastern Michigan University, has been named the new university library dean at the University of New Hampshire. Prior to joining Eastern Michigan, Fulton was university dean of library and information services and associate vice president for Academic Affairs at Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. She also held positions at Bucknell University, Loyola University-Chicago, Northwestern University, The University of Texas-Austin, and Texas A&M University.

Dina Kellams has been appointed director of the Office of University Archives and Records Management at Indiana University-Bloomington. Kellams has served as associate archivist in that office since May 2005. Prior to this position, she was assistant archivist from December 1999 through April 2005 and acting director from April through August 2003.

Beth McNeil, professor and associate dean for academic affairs at the Purdue University Libraries, has been named dean of the Iowa State University Library. She will begin July 15, 2015. At Purdue, McNeil was responsible for managing 12 campus libraries, as well as the archives/special collections, technical services, digitization, and collections management units. She had oversight of nearly 90 faculty and staff, and a $13.7 million annual collections budget. McNeil has also served in leadership positions at the Bradley University and University of Nebraska-Lincoln libraries.

Anne Osterman has been appointed the Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA) director. She comes to the consortium with an extensive background in academic libraries and consortial services, and brings an expert knowledge of both the challenges facing today’s academic libraries and emerging innovative responses to those challenges. Before joining VIVA as deputy director in 2012, Osterman worked for nearly eight years in positions of increasing responsibility at American University Library in Washington, D.C. She held the position of director of the Information Service Delivery department when she left to join the VIVA office. She also held public services positions at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and at Western Piedmont Community College in North Carolina. Her primary research interests are related to electronic resources, from licensing to knowledge base management to product analysis. She coauthored a monograph, Electronic Resource Management: Practical Perspectives in a New Technical Services Model (Chandos Publishing, 2012).


Anne Osterman

Morgan Adams is now the conservator for special collections in preservation at Columbia University Libraries.

Amanda Albert is the new distance learning librarian at Kennesaw State University’s Horace W. Sturgis Library.

Kelly Ansley is now the reference and instruction librarian at the L.V. Johnson Library-Marietta Campus of Kennesaw State University.

Laurie Aycock has joined the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University as the new undergraduate science librarian.

Alyssa Brissett has been named the Lehman access and reserves supervisor in the Social Sciences Libraries at Columbia University.

Ying Chen is the new embedded and instruction librarian at the L.V. Johnson Library-Marietta Campus of Kennesaw State University.

Aurora Collado has been appointed educational technologist II at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Hilary Davis has been named head of collection management at North Carolina State University.

Natalia Ermolaev is now project archivist for the Prokofiev Archives at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University.

Sylvia George-Williams has been appointed science liaison librarian at Southern Methodist University’s Fondren Library.

Lawrence Giffin is now electronic records archivist at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Khyle Hannan has been named the Learning Commons librarian at the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University.

Teresa Harris has been appointed curator of Avery Classics at the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University.

Christina Holm is the new undergraduate education and liaison coordinator librarian at the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University.

Olga Koz has joined the Horace W. Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University as a new graduate librarian.

Leah Kriebel is now Osceola regional librarian at the University of Central Florida.

Jeffrey Lynch has been appointed evening and weekend supervisor at the Science and Engineering Libraries at Columbia University.

Caitlan Maxwell has been named research and instruction/business and technology librarian at the University of Washington-Bothell Library.

Lindsey Ritzert has been appointed head of circulation services at the University of Central Florida Libraries.

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