The time to lead: ACRL seeks nominees for section offices

Standing for ACRL section office is an opportunity to become involved with important issues affecting academic and research librarians in the 21st century, gain leadership experience, and build ties with colleagues. It is also an opportunity to be of service to your ACRL section community, ensuring that it continues to nurture the development of new members and forge deeper connections to the profession.

ACRL section officers

Candidates for vice-chair/chair-elect, secretary, and members-at-large of ACRL sections are selected by the nominating committee of each section.

If you would like to nominate someone or be nominated yourself, contact the chair of the appropriate section nominating committee by June 1, 2015. Terms of office will begin on July 1, 2016.

2016 section nominating committee chairs

Anthropology and Sociology: Pauline D. Manaka, E-mail:

Arts: Ngoc-Yen Tran, E-mail:

Asian, African, and Middle Eastern: Binh P. Le, E-mail:

College Libraries: Alicia Suzanne Hansen, E-mail:

Community College and Junior College Libraries: Christina L. Sibley, christina. E-mail:

Distance Learning: Michael Courtney, E-mail:

Education and Behavioral Sciences: Scott Collard, E-mail:

Instruction: Karen Munro, E-mail:

Law and Political Science: LeRoy Jason LaFleur, E-mail:

Literatures in English: Arianne Hartsell-Gundy, E-mail:

Rare Books and Manuscripts: Fernando Peña, E-mail:

Science and Technology: Matthew R. Marsteller, E-mail:

Slavic and East European: John C. De-Santis, E-mail:

University Libraries: Beth Filar-Williams, E-mail:

Western European Studies: Elizabeth A. Chenault, E-mail:

Women and Gender Studies: Heather Lee Tompkins, E-mail:

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