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Sherrie S. Bergman

Ms. Sherrie S. Bergman has been appoint- ed college librarian at Wheaton College, Nor- ton, Massachusetts, replacing Ms. Hilda Harris who has retired. Ms. Bergman, a native New Yorker, received a B.A. degree in so- ciology from Brook- lyn College and an M.S. degree from the School of Library Ser- vice at Columbia Uni- versity. She started her library career as a library trainee and junior librarian at Queens Borough Pub- lic Library. From this post she moved to the

New School for Social Research Library as an assistant reference librarian and from there went to Roger Williams College in Bristol, Rhode Island, where she was Providence campus librarian before her appointment, in 1972, as director of the Roger Williams College Library. Chosen last spring to participate at the University of Michigan in a six-week Institute for Administrative Advancement (a program which trains women for positions in academic administration and is funded by the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York), she assumed her new duties at Wheaton on March first.

As a member of the American Library Association, Ms. Bergman has been active in the Social Responsibilities Round Table and its Task Force on Women and was a founder of the Rhode Island Affiliate of the Social Responsibilities Round Table for which she is currently serving as coordinator. She is also a member of the New England Library Association and of the Rhode Island Library Association where she has served on the Conference Planning and Nominating committees. Ms. Bergman holds memberships in the American Association for Higher Education, Women Educators of Rhode Island, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the National Organization for Women.


Jean Anderson—associate librarian, Ft. Myers Educational Center Library—University of South Florida.

Jean R. Cassel—music librarian—University of Texas, Austin.

Naomi Clifford—collection development librarian, Sears Library—Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

Karen Esper—materials selector for humanities, Freiberger Library—Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

William Fisher—assistant reference librarian—Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.

Susan U. Golden—serials cataloger—

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Gary A. Golden—assistant reference librarian, Undergraduate Library—Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

Sally Horner—library editor and publicist —Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

Glen Kistner—circulation librarian—

Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago.

W. Patrick Leonard—director of libraries —Chicago State University.

Thomas W. Mann, Jr.—assistant librarian, reference and liaison—Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.

Suzanne Massonneau—assistant director for technical services—Texas A & M University.

Peter C. Mollema, Jr.—head of technical services—California State College, Stanislaus, Turlock.

Signe Oberhofer—assistant librarian, St. Petersburg Campus Library—University of South Florida.

Arthur H. Roberson—assistant reference librarian—Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.

Naomi J. Rosner—Hebrew-Latin-Greek cataloger—University of Texas, Austin.

Shiro Saito—associate university librarian and head of the department of public services —University of Hawaii, Honolulu.

Earl R. Shumaker—head, government documents department—Ohio University, Athens.

Robin Strickler—audiovisual librarian, Health Sciences Library—University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Jolanta Szulinski—assistant documents librarian, Health Sciences Library—University of Maryland, Baltimore.


Ida Meyhoefer is retiring after twenty-seven years of service to the University of Southern California in the Catalog Department. Ms. Meyhoefer received her B.A. in German from the University of Rochester and her library degree from Columbia University. She began her library career as a student assistant at the University of Rochester and took her first professional position in the cataloging department there.

Ms. Aileen A. Murdock retired April 24, 1975, from the library of Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. She had been on the staff for twenty-four years, coming to Florida State University from the City/County Library, Greencastle, Indiana. Ms. Murdock has served in the Circulation Division, as head of General Education Division, and in the Social Sciences Division.

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