People in the News

Ann-Christe Galloway

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Robin Bedenbaugh has been appointed learning and outreach librarian at Texas A&M University.

Brett Bodemer has been named humanities and social sciences librarian at the Kennedy Library at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo.

Peter Chan is now digital archivist on the AIMS Project for Stanford University to develop best practices for acquiring, capturing, processing, and describing born digital materials.

Lea Engle is now learning and outreach librarian at Texas A&M University.

Kathleen Gerrity has been appointed cataloging librarian in technical services at Amherst College.

LaVerne Gray has been appointed learning and outreach librarian at Texas A&M University.

Jared Hoppenfeld has been appointed business reference librarian at Texas A&M University.

Tom Hyry has been named director of special collections at UCLA.

Mary Manning joined the university libraries as assistant university archivist at Texas A&M University.

Katherine O’Clair has accepted the position of agriculture and environmental science librarian at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo.

Beth Sadler has joined Digital Library Systems and Services as a member of the Stanford Digital Repository Team at Stanford University.

Amanda Xu has been appointed collection management librarian for information technology at the James E. Walker Library of Middle Tennessee State University.


Marilyn J. Sharrow has retired from the University of California (UC)-Davis after serving for 24 years as university librarian. She first worked at the Detroit Public Library and then joined the Syracuse University Libraries, where she headed the Fine Arts Department. She was later director of the Roseville Public Library in Michigan, then returned to higher education, working at the University of Washington. Sharrow became director of libraries at the University of Manitoba and the chief librarian at the University of Toronto before joining UC-Davis. Altogether, she worked as a librarian for 41 years, compiling a long resume of service on committees and boards around the United States and Canada, publishing articles and giving presentations and speeches, including testifying once on Capitol Hill on behalf of the Library of Congress, and receiving several awards and grants, including a British Council Grant. She served as both the president of the Association of Research Libraries and as president of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries. Sharrow is now university librarian emerita.

Marilyn J. Sharrow

Delmus Williams has retired as professor of bibliography and public affairs librarian at the University of Akron after 19 years of service.

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