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Library Annex Assistant (574) 631-8923 04/04/2022 Lateka is a member of the Document Delivery, Stacks, and Annex Unit | Teaching, Research, and User Services Program. Focusing on Service Excellence, the team at the Hesburgh Libraries Annex is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Hesburgh Libraries Annex team facilitates access to materials located in the Annex via lending, delivery, and electronic scans for the Notre Dame community. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Lateka performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts, and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material.

Instruction & Reference Services... 150B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1225 11/20/2018 Degrees: M.L.I.S. Brigham Young University B.S. Brigham Young University As the Instruction & Reference Services Assistant, Lisa provides administrative support for instructional activities offered by librarians in the Teaching, Research & User Services Program. This includes scheduling library instruction sessions, helping to maintain and update print and digital materials that support teaching, and helping with planning and carrying out a variety of outreach activities. Lisa provides research assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors at our Ask Us desk, and helps at the Circulation desk as needed. She is a member of the Advanced Research Services Unit.

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Engineering Librarian 142 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5070 07/01/2015

IT Systems Analyst 271H Hesburgh Library (574) 631 8738 03/18/2015

Department Head 271F Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4035 08/17/1992 As Systems Librarian, Aaron manages some of the core library management, discovery and delivery applications for the Hesburgh Libraries and the Michiana Academic Library Consortium. ### Discovery System - Configure and maintain [OneSearch][1] and the [ND Catalog][2], using the Primo Discovery System (from Ex Libris). - Load records from the library management system and other internal and external sources. ### Library Management System - Configure and maintain the Aleph 500 Integrated Library System, which is used for acquisitions, cataloging and circulation of library materials. - Support integration of the management system with the discovery system, interlibrary loan and other related systems. ---------- MLS, Indiana University; A.B., Philosophy, Harvard University [1]: http://onesearch.library.nd.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=NDU [2]: http://onesearch.library.nd.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=NDU&tab=nd_campus

Sr. Metadata Technician 402Y Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7620 07/29/1998 Paula is a member of the Collection Processing Unit in the Metadata Services Program. This unit serves the Libraries' by processing physical scholarly resources added to the Libraries' collection in support of teaching, learning and research. Paula locates appropriate bibliographic records, prepares or updates local holdings records, and performs complex record editing to improve and enhance bibliographic data according to national and local cataloging standards. Paula also provides original cataloging for ETDs in science and engineering, contributes name authority records to the LC/NACO authority file, and submits literary author call number proposals to the Library of Congress.

Advisor to the Dean 284E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5796 06/20/2018 Alicia Bates, Ed.D., joined the Hesburgh Libraries as the Advisor to the Edward H. Arnold Dean, Hesburgh Libraries and University of Notre Dame Press in September 2022. As de facto chief of staff, Dr. Bates advises and supports the Dean in all aspects of the administrative and executive operations of the Hesburgh Libraries and University of Notre Dame Press. Her responsibilities include advising the Dean about and managing relationships and activities within the Hesburgh Libraries and for myriad stakeholders; serving as a conduit between the Office of the Dean and external University stakeholders; managing special organizational- and University-level projects on the Dean’s behalf; and collaborating to lead, manage, and assess the Hesburgh Libraries’ strategic framework process. Bates has more than a decade’s worth of experience in higher education through expanding roles that have developed her expertise in several areas including strategic planning, assessment, leadership training, University partnerships, and stakeholder engagement. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association for Campus Activities where she helps to lead association strategy, establish educational priorities, and promote student learning and staff development.

Digital Repositories Librarian 271G Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9145 07/01/2023 Kate Blalack is a librarian, and a nationally certified archivist and digital archives specialist. She joined the Hesburgh Libraries as the Digital Repositories Librarian in July 2023. She brought with her 20 years of experience in various roles of librarianship, including academic, public, archival, and museum settings. Kate currently serves as a teacher and mentor and is passionate about creative innovation and human connections. Her research is primarily focused on social connections through technology, in the areas of international human relations, artificial intelligence, and neurodiversity. With a service-first approach, Kate serves as a collaborative team leader and is responsible for advancing the Hesburgh Libraries’ overall strategy for the management, discovery, and integration of digital collections and assets through HL digital collections platforms, including the institutional repositories and the digital exhibit systems. She serves as a cooperative link between various library units and has primary authority to guide the development of a successful, interoperable ecosystem of tools that support and showcase our collections; to leverage repository services to enable and support a robust and sustainable scholarly communications ecosystem; and to advance multiple and equitable modes of access to the Libraries’ repository-based collections. She also leads stakeholder communications and workflow development and provides guidance in the digital advancement of the Hesburgh Libraries. Kate has served on professional committees in state, national, and international organizations, including the Society of Southwest Archivists, the Society of American Archivists, and the International Council of Archives.

Document Delivery 161C Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 4566 06/01/2018 Tim is a member of the **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research, and User Services Program**. Focusing on Service Excellence, the team at the Hesburgh Libraries Annex is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Hesburgh Libraries Annex team is facilitating access for the Notre Dame community with materials located in the Annex via lending, delivery, and electronic scans. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Tim helps maintain access to all materials at the Annex and processes ILL Lending Requests. Tim's expertise in high-density storage management, Interlibrary Loan Lending, and Document Delivery service contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing access to faculty, staff, and students in their teaching and research endeavors. With quality patron service being our goal, Tim coordinates the Hesburgh Libraries Annex service to provide speedy and accurate delivery of all materials located in the Annex. Contact Tim for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

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Interim Department Head 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1575 08/01/2015 Rachel Bohlmann is American History Librarian and Curator of North Americana. She is the subject specialist for American history, American Studies, journalism, and Gender Studies. She has an undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University; an MTS in religion from Harvard Divinity School; an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and PhD in American history from the University of Iowa.

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Interim Team Lead 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1952 02/01/2022 Greg Bond is the Sports Archivist for Hesburgh Libraries and the Curator of the [Joyce Sports Research Collection][1]. He has appointments in Rare Books and Special Collections and in University Archives. He is also the subject specialist for Sports Studies, and he is Affiliated with the [Sport, Media, and Culture Minor][2]. He received both his PhD in American History and his MLS from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research focuses on the history of American sports with a particular focus on the history of the sporting experiences of African Americans. [1]: http://%20https://rarebooks.library.nd.edu/collections/sports/ [2]: http://%20https://smacminor.nd.edu/

Original Cataloging and Authorities... 402C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6243 09/29/1986 Rachel Boyd is responsible for original and complex copy cataloging of humanities materials in a variety of languages, including resources designated for Rare Books and Special Collections. She handles post-processing of materials from two of our outsourcing vendors. Rachel also creates and updates name authority records for the LC/NACO authority file and submits literary author call number proposals to the Library of Congress. Rachel is a member of the Metadata Initiatives Unit of the Metadata Services Program.

Systems Librarian 271H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8708 06/01/1991 Andy is the Special Projects Librarian within the IT Program, working with others in the delivery and management of digital library content and services, and assists in the research and development of new library technologies. ###Discovery System - Configures and maintains OneSearch and the ND Catalog, using the Primo Discovery System. - Member of the Primo Central Working Group. - At this time, learing a lot about Primo. ###Global Gateway Libraries - Manages the implementation and ongoing support of the Koha ILS for Notre Dame's Global Gateway libraries in Rome, Jerusalem and London. - Configures and maintains the Koha ILS, which is used for acquisitions, cataloging and circulation of library materials in the gateway libraries. Andy earned his MSLIS (1989) from the University of Illinois (where his favorite classes were cataloging and reference) and BA Linguistics (1977), also from Illinois, with a particular interest in modern European languages.

Interim Team Lead 1136 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2008 07/17/2000 Jennifer works across the University Archives and Department of Rare Books & Special collections to support archival processing and archival metadata quality and strategy. She is responsible for appraisal, arrangement, description, and management of archival materials in all formats. She also helps ensure the integrity of archival description across Library and cooperative platforms. Jennifer provides support for questions and problem-solving related to processing procedures, archival standards and schemas, and ArchiveSpace functionality and workflows. Jennifer holds an MLIS with a specialization in Archives from Wayne State University.

Reserves and Interlibrary Loan Services 161B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3993 05/26/1998 As manager of the Reserves & Interlibrary Loan Services Unit within the Teaching, Research & User Services Program, Sheila manages and coordinates course reserve requests for print and electronic resource delivery to Notre Dame students, staff and faculty in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright. Processes materials for reserve in the integrated library system, orders books and videos not owned by the library, tracks orders to ensure material is available before deadlines, scans print materials, troubleshoots issues that arise with course reserves and streaming services, and updates item statuses as needed across multiple platforms. As manager of the Interlibrary Loan Services Unit, Sheila is responsible for the day-to-day management of lending requests for both print and electronic resource sharing using a variety of systems. Problem solves issues such as scan quality, citation errors, copyright limitations, licenses on e-resources, shipping, and billing. Sheila hires, coaches and trains staff in the Reserves and ILL Lending Unit and coordinates and improves workflows to provide consistent service levels for Reserves and ILL lending while also strengthening resource sharing relations. Bachelor of Arts, Saint Mary’s College

Executive Administrator to the Edward... 284K Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-2158 01/15/2022 Michelle Budak, MBA candidate, joined the Hesburgh Libraries as the Senior Administrative Assistant to the Edward H. Arnold Dean after serving in an interim capacity for nearly three months. Ms. Budak’s primary responsibilities include managing the dean’s appointment calendar and travel arrangements, working with the Advisor to the Dean to help manage executive projects and priorities, and working with the communications director to help develop and distribute executive communications. With her appointment in February 2022, Budak became a member of the Hesburgh Libraries Executive Team, the first time that the Senior Administrative Assistant has been a member of the Libraries’ senior management team. Prior to joining the Hesburgh Libraries she worked in Notre Dame’s Office of Institutional Equity.

Serials Cataloging Librarian 405 Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-2587 01/01/2024 As Serials Cataloger Librarian, Amanda is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and enrichment of catalog data for both general collection and rare materials serials. She performs title changes, publication frequency updates, and other bibliographic and holdings maintenance for all serials, including print and electronic serials. Amanda is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and holds a master’s degree in library & information science and a bachelor’s degree in experimental psychology.

Facilities Program Director 154 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7703 09/28/2017 Reporting to the Director, Hesburgh Libraries Organizational and Personnel Development, the Facilities Program Director is responsible for the management and coordination of all elements of facility operations for the Hesburgh Libraries, including general physical maintenance of the Hesburgh Library building, representing the Libraries on all major facilities and equipment projects, space use and management within the Hesburgh Library, promoting safety and security for our facilities, and supervision of our facilities staff. The Facilities Program Director is a critical position for ensuring access to the Hesburgh Library for our many student, faculty and staff stakeholders, as well as other visitors. A nationally recognized building, Hesburgh Library sees over 1 million visitors per year.

Library Assistant III 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5636 06/01/2010

Reference and Instructional Services... 150A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4039 07/13/2015 As the Reference & Instructional Services Assistant, Helen: Supervises the Ask Us Desk at the Hesburgh Library: - Recruits, hires, trains, schedules, and supervises student employees - Coordinates and maintains the schedule of backup librarian assistance - Provides high-level research assistance to faculty, students, and staff - Provides library technology assistance, including printing, computer, and scanning help - Conducts library research consultations, including for the Academic Services for Student-Athletes Collects, reports, and analyzes reference and library consultation statistical data for the Hesburgh Libraries. Provides backup for the Circulation Desk, performing most circulation duties as needed. Provides evening and weekend assistance, support, and supervision for the Hesburgh Library, Circulation Desk, and library IT department. Coordinates the St. Joseph County Public Library Leisure Reading Collection and the SJCPL One Book, One Michiana Program. **M.L.I.S, Brigham Young University** Archives and Academic Library focus **Honors B.A., University of Utah** English Literature and Medieval History

Preventive Conservation Specialist 011 Reyniers Life Building +1 574 631 4077 08/29/2016 Neil coordinates preventive conservation measures that ensure access to the Libraries rare and unique collections. His work includes performing preventive treatment interventions, building custom protective enclosures, mounting collections for exhibition, and coordinating environmental monitoring of collection storage areas. Neil holds an MLS with a Specialization in Rare Books and Special Collections, and a BA in English, from Indiana University.

IT Systems Analyst 271G Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-2937 06/17/2023

Library Assistant III 149 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1062 10/23/1995 Kristie is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Patron Services, Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Kristie processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Kristie if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Preservation Specialist 402U Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6169 10/06/1997 Kathy processes monographs and serials for commercial binding and assists with spine labeling. She also works in the conservation lab, where she builds custom protective enclosures for rare and unique collections and performs preventive treatment interventions.

Manager 402AB Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6043 05/01/2015 Jared Collins manages the Collection Processing Unit in the Metadata Services Program. This unit serves the Libraries' by processing physical scholarly resources added to the Libraries' collection in support of teaching, learning and research. Additionally, Jared and his team are committed to creating and enriching metadata according to nationally approved and locally adopted standards. They participate extensively in data remediation projects and Jared serves as co-curator of the Libraries' Government Documents collection. The work of this unit directly impacts patron discovery of resources and ensures solid patron services centered on access to the Libraries' general collections. Jared holds a B.S. in Geography from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, and a M.S. in Zoology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Sr. Software Engineer 271AG Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7696 05/01/2023

Edward H. Arnold Dean 284F Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7780 08/02/2021 K. Matthew Dames, a nationally recognized scholar in copyright law and an experienced innovator in research libraries, joined the University of Notre Dame as the Edward H. Arnold Dean for the Hesburgh Libraries in August 2021. Soon after, Dames added the University of Notre Dame Press to his leadership portfolio. As chief executive of the Hesburgh Libraries, Dr. Dames leads more than 175 library faculty and staff who advance teaching, learning, and research at Notre Dame. The library system features the flagship Hesburgh Library (which houses the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, the Medieval Institute Library, the University Archives, Rare Books and Special Collections, and the Visual Resources Center) and three branch libraries (Architecture Library, Business Library, and Music Library). Established in 1949, the University of Notre Dame Press is the largest Catholic university press in the world and primarily publishes in areas that align with the academic strengths of the University, including religion, theology, history, philosophy, political science and theory, medieval studies, Irish studies, Latin American studies, and international relations. Throughout his career, Dames has cultivated strong collaborations inside and outside of university environments, implementing innovative programs to enhance staff development and successfully securing resources to advance transformative library initiatives. Previously, Dames served as the university librarian for Boston University Libraries where he was integral to BU’s strategic planning process, chairing a committee charged with developing the library system’s 2030 priorities. While at BU, Dames developed and sponsored the In House Leadership Development Program which was the first award for executive talent development in academic libraries from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Before joining Boston University, Dames was an associate librarian for scholarly resources and services at Georgetown University where he led a division that included special collections, principal collections, branch libraries, and the copyright and scholarly communications office, and played an integral role in advancing Georgetown’s slavery, memory, and reconciliation efforts. He also served as interim dean of libraries and university librarian for Syracuse University. Dames began his academic library career as founding director of Syracuse University’s Copyright and Information Policy Office, one of the nation’s first full-time university copyright offices. Syracuse’s copyright policy, which he authored, has been copied in full or in part by more than 20 other U.S. universities. Dames is a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and became its 61st president in October 2021. He chairs the ARL Task Force on Structural Equity and Inclusion, hosted and helped produce the 2021 ARL Fall Forum, and has served on the ARL Board’s Governance Committee. He has served as a career coach for the ARL Leadership and Career Development Program and was an ARL Leadership Fellow in 2018. He also served on the Board of Directors’ Executive Committee for NorthEast Research Libraries (2018-2021) and as a past board member of Reveal Digital in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dames earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baruch College of the City University of New York, as well as a master’s degree in information studies and a doctoral degree in information science and technology from Syracuse University. He earned his Juris Doctor from Northeastern University. Dr. Dames continues to conduct research on copyright law, policy, and history, emphasizing culture and norms of the media industries, and is an attorney and member in good standing of the Bar of Maryland.

Procurement Analyst 402AM Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5271 10/15/1990 Salem is primarily responsible for the procurement activities of the Library, reviewing expense reimbursement activity in the TravelND system and non-computer purchases in BuyND. He also assists the Director and the Senior Accounting Specialist with accounting activities. ###TravelND - Audit all expense reports submitted by faculty and staff. - Assist some faculty and staff with entering their expenses into TravelND. - Answer questions about expense reimbursement, including issues with expense reports submission. - Help assemble and submit expense reports for the senior leaders in the Library Administration office. ###Procurement /BuyND - Purchase all non-computer equipment and furniture for the libraries. - Purchase many miscellaneous items for faculty and staff. - Research and locate items for procurement that employees need but cannot easily find on their own. - Coordinate purchases with many different departments on campus, working closely with the Controller’s Group, especially the Procurement Office. - Ensure Library purchasing activities follow University guidelines and procedures, as communicated by the Controller’s Procurement Office. ###Accounting - Update the Information Technology Budget Report on a quarterly basis. - Act as Accounts Payable for most of the Library’s expenses (that are not related to materials acquisitions, resources deliver, or Interlibrary Loan services. - Answer general questions related to budgets, expenses, and account code (FOAPAL) use.

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Acquisitions Assistant 402H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5629 10/15/1992 As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Barb is responsible for acquiring a wide range of requested materials, including print monographics and electronic books. Additionally, Barb manages the receipt process for these materials.

Associate University Librarian 284C Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3092 08/13/2001 Mark Dehmlow has spent more than 25 years working in higher education technology across several functions; he became the associate university librarian for the Digital Strategies and Technology division at the Hesburgh Libraries in August 2023. As chief of the Digital Strategies and Technology division, Dehmlow serves as the Hesburgh Libraries' chief technology officer, managing a division that specializes in library applications, web and software engineering, support and solutions analysis, enterprise systems, and digital scholarship. He leads diverse and talented teams to develop and sustain effective technological and pedagogical solutions that advance teaching, learning, and research. In his role, Dehmlow partners with both library and campus stakeholders to make key service and resource decisions and solve multi-faceted, enterprise-wide problems. Strategic threads throughout Dehmlow’s experience have been his commitment to a cohesive, intuitive user experience, robust cross-organizational collaboration, and technology advancement in alignment with library and institutional goals. Since joining Notre Dame and the Hesburgh Libraries in 2001, Dehmlow has held several management and leadership roles in the web, software, information technology, and digital services arenas of the research library. Prior to joining the Hesburgh Libraries, Dehmlow worked at the University of Maine in the University IT services and in the Fogler Library. Dehmlow’s 25 years of publishing and professional service have earned him a national and international network of research library and technology colleagues. He formerly sat on the International Group of Ex Libris Users steering committee, is a member of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) Information Discovery and Interchange Leadership Committee, and serves as the president of the Academic Libraries of Indiana. His University service work includes University Council for Academic Technologies Subcommittee on Academic Software, Smart Storage Program, Campus Wireless Planning Committee, Campus IT Governance, and Academic IT Directors. Most recently, Dehmlow was a member of the Hesburgh Libraries Strategic Planning Liaison Team which developed the libraries’ new strategic framework. Dehmlow earned bachelor of the arts degrees in mathematics and English with concentrations in comparative literature and creative writing from the University of Maine, as well as a master of science degree in library and information science from the University of Illinois. His current research interests are trends in information technology, technology standards, technology management, mentorship, and digital scholarship.

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Business Librarian L001D Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-1450 01/01/2021

Senior Archivist 600 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8669 09/01/1998 As the Senior Archivist for Audiovisual Materials, Erik Dix manages a vast array of analog audiovisual collections within the University Archives. His work spans collection care and management as well as preservation assessment and technical conservation treatments as necessary. He provides expertise in the area of digitization and reformatting of analog formats to digital audio and video codecs and file containers. Also, he supports reference and research services for a variety of administrative departments and academic offices, faculty, scholars and local, national, and international production companies.

Department Head 005 Reyniers Building (574) 631-4643 09/14/1998 As head of the Libraries’ services to preserve access to physical collections in support of teaching and research, Liz leads unit staff and collaborates with colleagues across the Libraries and campus to assess vulnerabilities, weigh priorities, and implement strategic preservation solutions. Liz holds an MLIS with a Certificate of Advanced Study in Library and Archives Conservation from the University of Texas, an MS in Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University, and a BA in English Literature with a Peace Studies minor from the University of Connecticut.

Electronic Resources Associate 402L Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1655 11/12/2014 As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Electronic Resource Associate works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of electronic scholarly resources with an emphasis on one-time purchases, including electronic book packages, datasets, and digital primary resource collections. Megan provides patron support for electronic resource issues and communicates with library vendors regarding one-time acquisitions, trial management, licensing, and product performance.

Library Assistant II 150E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1209 04/30/2001 Dave is a member of the **Document Delivery, Stacks, and Annex Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Dave pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material. Contact Dave if you have questions about Document Delivery or Stacks Management services.

Coordinator L001C Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-7438 06/13/1994 Kim is a member of the **Circulation Services Unit** of the Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Kim serves as an embedded library staff member in the Mahaffey Business Library located in the Mendoza College of Business. Kim interprets complex information and requests to connect faculty, staff, and students of the College of Business with appropriate library resources and services in support of their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Kim for assistance with library services such as course reserves, inter library loan requests and access to on line research databases or services.

Communications and Digital Engagement... 284H Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-5071 01/08/2024 Bryan Fields joined the Hesburgh Libraries communications team as communications and digital engagement specialist in January 2024. In this role, he promotes library services and engages diverse audiences by finding the spark in each story to increase impact and drive traffic. Bryan communicates key initiatives, signature events, and valuable resources to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the larger community through multiple channels, including social media, digital signage, and other digital media. Bryan works with the larger communications team to elevate the libraries’ brand and advance its mission and vision. Before joining Notre Dame, Bryan worked in healthcare marketing at Beacon and Saint Joseph Health Systems, where he created and published content across all channels for external and internal audiences. Prior to that, he served as senior copywriter and creative concept developer for two advertising agencies, helping national organizations reach diverse customers in a wide variety of industries. Bryan earned a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Michigan State University.

Manager 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3353 09/01/2002 Rob is the manager for the Web and Software Engineering Unit for the Hesburgh Libraries. In this role, he is responsible for providing leadership and consultative services regarding how the library can take advantage of web based technologies, while managing a highly skilled team of software developers and specialists in the areas of design, user experience, analysis and change management. As a hands on manager, Rob is also involved in the design and development of applications in his role as a member of the software engineering team. ### Managerial - Lead and manage a team of four software engineers, a user experience specialist, web analyst, and web developer - Overall responsibility for the majority of the library web assets and services - Responsible for the training and development of unit staff in order to promote growth, efficiency, innovation and continuous improvement ### Software Engineering - Consultation regarding the overall strategy for the integration and development of library software projects - Promote the use of software infrastructure and web standards - Works with the broader software engineering team in order to design and implement software that best fits the strategic needs of the library - Develops sustainable and reusable software components and module service oriented architecture ### User Experience - Provide direction for implementation of proper search engine optimization features - Guide the design and implementation of user interfaces for the library's web properties - Ensure that user interfaces are implemented in an accessible manner following industry standards

Department Head 406 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4406 09/01/2021 Kelli Getz is an associate librarian and head of the Continuing and Electronic Resources Unit in the Collection Strategy and Acquisitions Program. In her role, Kelli provides leadership and operational management in a team-based environment for license negotiation, resource acquisition, access, and technical support of print serials and electronic resources. The Continuing and Electronic Resources Unit serves the Libraries and University community by managing electronic resources and print serial lifecycles, including establishing trials, licensing, acquisition, activating electronic resources, knowledgebase management, and end-user support. Kelli holds a B.A. in History from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana, and an M.L.S. from Indiana University - Bloomington.

Library Assistant III 402R Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4496 08/04/1987 Maggie Giles is a member of the Continuing & Electronic Resources Unit. As a member of the CER Unit, Maggie contributes to the daily print serials operations including check-in, claiming, and title changes. Maggie is also responsible for the physical maintenance of the Leisure Periodical Collection. As a member of a cross-functional team, Maggie assists the Resource Acquisitions and Access Unit with monograph and DVD ordering and monograph approval plan management.

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310F O'Neill Hall (574) 631-1597 09/06/2016 Tiffany Gillaspy is responsible for music collection development, associated instruction and assistance to users of the music collections, and related professional contributions. She performs and oversees the cataloging of music scores and recordings in cooperation with original and copy catalogers. Tiffany is a member of the Metadata Initiatives Unit of the Metadata Services Program.

Department Head 414 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3197 01/01/2019 Peggy Griesinger is a faculty librarian and head of the Metadata Initiatives Unit in the Metadata Services Program. Peggy and her team leverage their combined expertise to describe and make accessible the Libraries' resources. They are responsible for complex metadata work, implementation and maintenance of controlled vocabularies, and metadata stewardship and governance. Their work includes subject analysis and authority work, original descriptive and specialized cataloging, digital collection metadata description, metadata design, crosswalk development, metadata transformation, and support for assigned OCLC services. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peggy has an M.L.S. and a B.A. in Classical Studies, both from Indiana University Bloomington.

Media Digitization Specialist 203 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8694 01/27/2014 Amanda Gulley is the Media Digitization Specialist. Her primary focus is producing digital surrogates from a variety of still image, text, and other formats according to established standards to meet Hesburgh Libraries' goals for digitizing internal resources. She consults on digital projects especially involving logistical concerns related to digital files (masters, primary, access), and accompanying structural and technical metadata. She is the primary user of the Libraries’ Kirtas APT book scanner and would be happy to give you a demonstration. Amanda has a Master's in Library Science and a Bachelor's in Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Curator 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6489 08/01/2010 ###Education### - Ph.D., Greek and Latin, The Ohio State University - M.A., Greek and Latin, The Ohio State University - B.A., Greek and Latin with distinction in Classics, The Ohio State University ###Current Research Interests### - Commentaries of Arnulf of Orléans - Medieval Reception of Ovid's *Metamorphoses* ###Works In Progress### - A critical edition of Arnulf of Orléans's grammatical and allegorical commentary to Ovid's *Metamorphoses*. - Descriptive Catalogue of the Greek Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame. ###Edited Volumes## - co-editor with Harald Anderson, *Between the Text and the Page: Studies on the Transmission of Medieval Ideas in Honour of Frank T. Coulson*. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2020. ###Monographs## - *[A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College][1].* Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016. xxxiv + 716 pp. + 8 color plates. ###Articles & Book Chapters## - “New Manuscript Evidence for Adenet le Roi’s Berte as grans piés,” *Medium Aevum*, 89.1 (2020): 50-77. - “A Prose Summary of Ovid’s Metamorphoses from Fourteenth-Century Italy: Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Ross. 228,” in *Between the Text and the Page: Studies on the Transmission of Medieval Ideas in Honour of Frank T. Coulson*, eds. H. Anderson – D. T. Gura, 165-207. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2020. - "A Ninth-Century Fragment of Basil of Caesarea's *De Spiritu sancto* and a Lost Majuscule Codex," *Byzantion* 89 (2019): 243-274. - "The Ovidian Allegorical Schoolbook: Arnulf of Orléans and John of Garland Take Over a Thirteenth-Century Manuscript," *Pecia* 20 (2017): 7-43. - K.V. Manukyan, B.J. Guerin, E.J. Stech, A. Aprahamian, M. Wiescher, **D.T. Gura**, Z.D. Schultz, “Multiscale X-ray Fluorescence Mapping Complemented by Raman Spectroscopy for Pigment Analysis of a 15th-century Breton Manuscript,” Analytical Methods 8 (2016): 7696-7701. - “Living with Ovid: The Founding of Arnulf of Orléans' Thebes,” in *[Manuscripts of the Latin Classics 800-1200][2]*, ed. Erik Kwakkel. 131-166. Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2015. - “A Hitherto Unknown Book of Hours from the *Amiénois*: Notre Dame,Saint Mary’s College, Cushwa-Leighton Library, MS 3: or the Le Féron-Grisel Hours,” *Manuscripta* 56 (2012): 227-268. - “From the *Orléanais* to Pistoia: the Survival of the Catena Commentary,” *Manuscripta* 54 (2010): 171-188. ###Exhibitions & Installations### - Hellenistic Currents: Reading Greece, Byzantium, and the Renaissance, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (August-December, 2019) - Vestigia Vaticana, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (May-August, 2016) [http://collections.library.nd.edu/2fb06059c8/vestigia-vaticana][3] - Hour by Hour: Reconstructing a Medieval Breton Prayerbook. Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame (January 18–March 16, 2015). Review with video: [http://www.medievalists.net/2015/04/08/a-broken-book-of-hours-saving-a-medieval-manuscript/][4]. Digital companion: [http://publications.snitemuseum.org/hrhr/][5] - Sacred Music at Notre Dame: the Voice of the Text. Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (February 2–August 3, 2015). Review: [http://news.nd.edu/assets/165084/ndworks_june_2015.pdf][6] - Hour by Hour: Reconstructing a Medieval Breton Prayerbook. Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame (January 10–August 19, 2013). Review: [http://www3.nd.edu/~ndworks/2013/2013_07_25_Vol%2011_No%201.pdf][7] ###Upcoming Courses ### - Medieval Latin (Summer 2020) - Greek Paleography (Fall 2020) [1]: https://undpress.nd.edu/9780268100605/a-descriptive-catalogue-of-the-medieval-and-renaissance-manuscripts-of-the-university-of-notre-dame-and-saint-marys-college/ [2]: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/M/bo22227062.html [3]: http://collections.library.nd.edu/2fb06059c8/vestigia-vaticana [4]: http://www.medievalists.net/2015/04/08/a-broken-book-of-hours-saving-a-medieval-manuscript/ [5]: http://publications.snitemuseum.org/hrhr/ [6]: http://news.nd.edu/assets/165084/ndworks_june_2015.pdf [7]: http://www3.nd.edu/~ndworks/2013/2013_07_25_Vol%2011_No%201.pdf

Sr. Systems Administrator 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4686 08/23/1994 As a Sr Systems Administrator, Tom provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Tom administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Linux systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. ###Collaborate with the OIT - Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images. - Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions. - Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems. ###Research, Evaluation, and Documentation - Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries. - Document infrastructure and systems changes.

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Emerging Technologies Librarian 158 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0312 02/01/2015 <p><strong>Ph.D., Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture</strong><br>Michigan Technological University</p> <p><strong>M.A., Rhetoric and Writing</strong><br>San Diego State University</p> <p><strong>B.A., English</strong><br>San Diego State University</p> <p><br/>As the Emerging Technologies Librarian for the Hesburgh Library, Randy assists users with the identification, evaluation, and use of emerging technologies in the creation of a variety of media-rich projects, explores innovative online tools and related services, and identifies learning and engagement opportunities to support student research and promote student success.</p>

Digital Projects Specialist (574) 631-3371 07/28/2008 As Digital Projects Specialist (DPS), Adam contributes significantly to the development, creation, supervision, planning, and ongoing management of digital collections within the Hesburgh Libraries. The Digital Projects Specialist reports to the Supervisor for the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship. Adam provides oversight for the development of three-dimensional services, including 3D printers, software modeling and evaluation of applications that emerge in support of the 3D field as the technologies apply to strategic initiatives within the Libraries. Adam also provides instructional outreach service/course integration as well as workshops and instruction on 3D modeling and other visual software applications, including VR. The Digital Projects Specialist collaborates with digital project stakeholders and software developers and teams within the Hesburgh Libraries to ensure access to the collections. The DPS is responsible for creation and documentation of metadata and digitization standards related to collections and exhibits developed in consultation with metadata and technical experts. Internal staff training to support creation, description and management of the digital surrogates is expected.

Senior Archivist 608 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 9201 08/15/2005 As the Senior Archivist for Graphic Materials, Elizabeth Hogan preserves, provides access, and facilitates discovery to photographic materials housed within the University Archives. Her includes collection care and management as well as digitization and metadata creation for a wide range of photographic material. Also, she supports reference, outreach, and research services for a variety of administrative departments and academic offices, faculty members, and local, national, and international audiences.

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Associate University Librarian 284D Hesburgh Library 09/01/2016 Erika Hosselkus has spent more than a decade working in the academic core of higher education; she became the associate university librarian for the Scholarly Resources and Services division in August 2023. As chief of the Scholarly Resources and Services division, Hosselkus leads Hesburgh Libraries’ largest division of faculty and staff. Her portfolio includes research collections, special collections and archives, public and user services, metadata, and preservation. She oversees partnerships and services that support Notre Dame’s commitment to providing an elite undergraduate education, its growing emphasis on rigorous graduate education, and research on and beyond campus. Prior to her associate university librarian appointment, Hosselkus served as strategic planning implementation project manager and special collections curator for Latin American, Iberian, and Latino/a collections. She is also a fellow of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies. Hosselkus joined Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries in 2016 as a Rare Books and Special Collections curator, developing a world-class Latin American collection for this fast-growing area of study. Since then, she has taken on expanded roles in the Libraries and created partnerships in teaching and learning across campus. She has collaborated with Notre Dame faculty to connect students with rare books and manuscripts and teaches courses on Spanish paleography and the history of collecting. She has also curated several major physical and digital exhibitions of Latin American and early modern European materials, making Hesburgh Libraries’ distinctive collections accessible to campus and a global research community. She served on the University Committee on Women Faculty and Students and, most recently, was a member of the Hesburgh Libraries Strategic Planning Liaison Team, which developed the Libraries’ new strategic framework. Before joining Notre Dame, Hosselkus served as an associate professor of history with tenure and coordinator of Graduate Studies and Latin American Studies at Southeast Missouri State University. Hosselkus holds a Ph.D. in history and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University. Her current research interests include strategic planning in academic research libraries, the development of print culture in colonial Latin America, and nineteenth- and twentieth-century histories of collecting and exhibiting. Her most recent publication explores the origins and movements of components of the Hesburgh Libraries’ impressive José Durand Peruvian History Collection.

Sr. Preservation Services Specialist 402V Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6360 07/11/1989 Debbie coordinates digital preservation reformatting of brittle books, commercial library binding, spine labeling, and mass deacidification services. Debbie works directly with specialized preservation vendors, and coordinates broadly with staff throughout the Libraries in order to accomplish her work. Debbie holds a BS in Education from Indiana University.

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Co-Interim Director 250C Navari Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3457 08/01/2015 Daniel Johnson is subject specialist for English literature and digital humanities. He has graduate degrees in English from Wake Forest University (MA) and Princeton University (PhD), where he specialized in literature of the long eighteenth-century.

Special Collections Conservator 010 Reyniers Building (574) 631-7754 12/01/2017 As Special Collections Conservator, Jen plans and executes conservation treatments to stabilize and preserve at-risk rare and unique collections in support of active teaching, research, digitization, and exhibition programs. Her work principally involves the design and execution of specialized treatments to stabilize individual items and collections of items. Jen holds an MA, CAS in Art Conservation from Buffalo State College, an MFA in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper Arts from Columbia College Chicago, and a BFA in Illustration from the University at Buffalo.

Records Management 607G Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4028 08/12/2013 As Archivist for Records Management, Sarah engages in complex records management consultation services to support a wide range of campus stakeholders, faculty, and students. She meets with University departments to assess current record handling procedures, identifies and preserves archival records, and provides guidance on records management and records related issues such as filing, retention and security. She also works collaboratively to create and provide updates to the record retention and disposition schedules as well as builds consultation services for the records management program and manages the paper-based shred program. In collaboration with the records management team, she develops outreach initiatives and activities in the form of orientation sessions, presentations, and tutorials.

Library Assistant 150THesburgh Library (574) 631-9172 08/26/1986 Nancy is a member of the **Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Subunit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with obtaining physical resources from other libraries. Call (574) 631-6260, if you have questions about Interlibrary Loan Borrowing services.

Archives Specialist 607 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6506 09/29/2022 As Archives Specialist, Jason is responsible for the appraisal, transfer, arrangement, description, and management of archival collections in the University Archives. He also supports digital preservation and records management functions and works with campus partners and other stakeholders to broaden the understanding of the University Archives. Jason is a Certified Archivist and holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Global Affairs and Sociology Librarian 141 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5176 08/22/2002 Jessica Kayongo is the Global Affairs and Sociology Librarian. As the subject liaison, she provides library instruction and library research assistance and manages the library's resources and collections in these areas.

Gladys Brooks Conservation Fellow 010 Reyniers Building (574) 631-6656 08/01/2022 As Gladys Brooks Conservation Fellow, Luke performs specialized conservation treatments to stabilize and preserve at-risk rare and unique collections for teaching and research use. Luke has an MLIS and MFA from the University of Alabama and a BA in History from Harvard University. *Made possible with generous support from the Gladys Brooks Foundation, the two-year ongoing Gladys Brooks Conservation Fellowship program significantly extends the Libraries capacity to preserve and provide access to our specialized collections.*

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Undergraduate Community Engagement... 151 Hesburgh Library 574-631-4548 12/19/2016 As the Undergraduate Community Engagement Librarian, Tara collaboratively develops learning and engagement opportunities to support the educational and instructional needs of Notre Dame students and faculty, with an emphasis on First Year students, first-generation students, and diverse student groups. Tara is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a bachelor's degree in anthropology and a master's degree in library and information science.

Digital Archivist 607 Hesburgh Library Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7955 12/01/2017 As the Digital Archivist at Notre Dame, Scott Kirycki develops and implements policies, procedures, and workflows for records retention and the appraisal, ingest, and preservation of born-digital University records. Scott holds a Master of Science in Information degree from the University of Michigan School of Information. His specialization is Archives and Records Management, and he studied Preservation of Information as well. Previously, Scott worked for a company that made computer databases for lawyers. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Calvin College and a Master of Arts degree in English from Clark University.

Manager 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0932 04/01/2011 Rob is the manager for the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Libraries (LIB-ITS). In his role, he is responsible for providing leadership and consultative services for current and future IT-related hardware, software, services, training, and budgets for the Libraries. LIB-ITS staff of four support well over 1000 IT hardware devices including Mac and Windows PCs and peripherals, printers, open-book scanners, plotters, etc. The unit is also responsible for VoIP phones. ###Managerial - Lead and manage a team of four IT Support Coordinators who provide a wide variety of IT services - Overall responsibility for providing "Service Excellence" to Library faculty, staff, and students - Collaborate with OIT and other IT units across campus in networking, software images, security, CWP, Pharos printers, and rollout of new products such as Google. ###IT Budget - In collaboration with Program Director and Finance Group, develop ongoing annual IT budget - Based on budget, manage purchases, maintenance, and replacement of IT hardware and software ###Training and Development - Support LIB-ITS staff as they learn and innovate in order to provide new and better services to Libraries - Develop training opportunities for Library faculty and staff to improve their IT skills and embrace new software and technologies ###IT Support - As a working manager, Rob is frequently "in the trenches" providing direct support to faculty and staff - As a manager, he monitors progress on existing support tickets and emerging issues

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Theology and Philosophy Librarian 146 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6663 09/01/1983 As the Theology/Philosophy Librarian, Alan is responsible for the development and management of the theology and philosophy collections in all formats, including book, serial, electronic, microfilm, and photographic. He selects theology and philosophy materials for acquisition, performs advanced reference services, and provides subject bibliographic instruction, as well as selecting and organizing web resources in theology and philosophy in order to help expand Notre Dame's digital programs and services.

Coordinator 156 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2907 04/25/2022 The Facilities Coordinator for the Hesburgh Libraries is responsible for a broad array of organization-wide services and operational support, including: - Coordinating the workflows and central processes for the Hesburgh Libraries mailroom. - Working with internal units to ensure proper processing and distribution for both incoming and outgoing books, journals, and other materials. - Ensuring the timely pickup and delivery of important materials to and from branch libraries, information centers, Preservation Lab, and the off-site annex. - Assisting with work orders and maintenance issues throughout all Hesburgh Libraries facilities.

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Russian and East European Studies... 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3009 11/01/2001 Natasha Lyandres is the head of Rare Books and Special Collections Department. She is also the Russian and East European Studies librarian. Natasha studied Art History at Moscow State University before receiving a Master of Library and Information Science degree from San Jose State University.

Acquisitions Assistant 402J Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8136 10/16/2011 As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Mary Sue focuses on special collections purchases and coordinates the logistics for large acquisitions.

Library Assistant II 150H Hesburgh Library 03/25/2014 Dana is a member of the **Document Delivery, Stacks, and Annex Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Document Delivery and Stacks Management Subunit is responsible for lending and delivery of Hesburgh Libraries circulating materials to the Notre Dame community. The Document Delivery service also provides electronic article scans to the Notre Dame faculty, administrators and Grads. In conjunction with Stacks Management objectives, Dana pulls requested items from the Stacks, performs item searches, carrel checks, collection shifts and assists with space management planning to provide easy accessibility and shelving integrity of library material. Contact Dana if you have questions about Document Delivery or Stacks Management services.

Communications Specialist 284H Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-3403 09/18/2023 Becky Malewitz joined the Hesburgh Libraries Communications team as a Communications Specialist in September 2023. As a communications specialist, Becky uses storytelling to highlight the Hesburgh Libraries’ expertise, services, resources, and spaces across Library and University content channels. In addition, she shares stories that feature the Libraries’ impact on student and faculty success and the integral partnerships throughout all stages of the teaching and research lifecycles. Prior to working at Notre Dame, Becky worked in communications at the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County and as an arts and entertainment reporter and multimedia journalist for the South Bend Tribune. She has also worked at newspapers in Kansas, Iowa and Montana. She graduated from Valparaiso University in 2007 with a bachelor of arts degree in communications with a minor in new media journalism. She earned a master of arts degree in journalism with a concentration in photojournalism from the University of Montana in 2010.

Senior Administrative Assistant 284 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5252 10/01/2023

Events Specialist 402AD Hesburgh Library 574-631-8446 03/28/2023 Interested in scheduling a Meeting or Event space within the Libraries? After reviewing the [guidelines and space options available][1] within the libraries for internal and external customers, please use the [Reserve a Meeting or Event Space form][2] to make your request, and it will be routed to the appropriate contact person. If you have questions or concerns about room reservations, please direct them to the team email address at hlevents@nd.edu. [1]: https://www.library.nd.edu/room-reservations [2]: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSff10DY39pTHX7XlS0f92q1z5ozA69PK37OFDBq503FKDtAYA/viewform

Visual Resources Curator 1136 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4273 06/24/1991 Master of Science in Education, Indiana University Bachelor of Science in Art Education, Penn State University Through the Visual Resources Center, Denise provides digitization and access to visual materials and services to web design, data visualization, copyright and general support for visual technologies. She promotes and advocates the use of digital materials, presentation tools and social networking technologies through digital services and workshops. Denise oversees the development, creation and management of a large digital collection that supports the teaching and research needs to College of Arts and Letters affiliates. As an instructor, she offers and develops visual literacy sessions to better integrate the use of digital content for curriculum content and student media rich assignments. She is a member of the Visual Resources Association.

Manager 271 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8559 12/10/2018

General Collections Conservation... 001 Reyniers Building (574) 631-7734 05/01/2003 As conservation technician for general collections, Tosha McComb coordinates the day to day work of in-house repair and reinforcement of circulating and reference collections. Her work includes stabilizing books and other formats so they may continue to be used, training and supervising student assistants, and maintaining supplies and equipment that support this work. Tosha also purchases all preservation supplies for RBSC and University Archives. Ever creative, Tosha is appreciated for the beautiful books she’s created in which we’ve shared memories and well-wishes to retiring Library colleagues.

Sr. Metadata Technician 402W Hesburgh Library 10/28/2014 Cindi is a member of the Cataloging and Collection Processing Unit in the Metadata Services Program. This unit serves the Libraries' by processing physical scholarly resources added to the Libraries' collection in support of teaching, learning and research. Cindi locates appropriate bibliographic records, prepares or updates local holdings records, and performs complex record editing to improve and enhance bibliographic data according to national and local cataloging standards.

Web and Digital User Experience... 271I Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-8402 01/01/2024 Danielle’ McGhee began as Web and Digital User Experience Librarian at Hesburgh Libraries in January 2024. In this role, Danielle’ works in a cooperative team environment, leading and co-leading efforts on user research, usability testing, analytics analysis, and evaluations of digital services, ensuring a continuous understanding of user needs. With over a decade of diverse experience in school, academic, and public libraries, Danielle’ brings a wealth of expertise to her current position. Before joining Hesburgh Libraries, Danielle’ served as the Manager of the Austin History Center, the local history division of the Austin Public Library. In her previous role as Director of Library and Media Services and Archivist at Huston-Tillotson University, she played a pivotal role in implementing UX strategies to enhance access to digital resources for students and faculty. Danielle’ holds a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from Howard University, a master's degree in Library and Science from North Carolina Central University, and a UX Design Certification from General Assembly. Beyond her professional roles, she actively participates in professional committees at both state and national levels, contributing to organizations such as the Texas Library Association and the Society of American Archivists.

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Catholic Studies Librarian 144 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1703 08/01/1997 M.A. in Library Science, University of Chicago, 1989 B.A. in English, Bryn Mawr College, 1985 Library liaison to Badin Hall, 2014- I've been the Catholic Studies Librarian at Hesburgh Libraries since 2007, providing assistance to faculty, students, and visiting scholars while building the collections in American Catholic studies.

Library Maintenance Technician 156 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 8439 04/16/2018 The Library Maintenance Technician provides a broad array of assistance for the facility, including: - Evaluating and troubleshooting building repair situations that need attention. Fixing problems as required or notifying the Facilities Administrator about work order needs. - Coordinating office moves for Library employees. - Providing support for Library employees regarding furniture needs, repairs, and replacement. - Providing support to the Mailroom operation, including backup and daily runs to an offsite storage facility. - Being prepared to protect important Library materials in the event of potential damage from system malfunctions or environmental issues.

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Department Head 607 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9348 09/01/2017 As Head of Archival Collections and Management, Patrick sets policy and provides oversight for the way the Libraries arrange, describe, manage, provide access to, and facilitate discovery of its rich archival and special collections holdings across the departments of Rare Books & Special Collections and University Archives.

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Physical Sciences Librarian 143 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4549 08/03/1992 I have been at Notre Dame since 1992 and consider myself to be creative, innovative and customer focused. My undergraduate degree was in Mathematics and my graduate degree was in Information Science. Both degrees were from the University of Washington in Seattle. I teach CHEM 23201 (How to find and present chemical information) every fall semester to sophomore majors. My interests include using data to provide better customer service and academic genealogies. Personally, I enjoy any aspect of maps, from the extra miler club to the sport of orienteering to making maps.

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Department Head 153 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2987 06/01/2012 As Unit Head for Research Services in the Teaching, Research & User (TRU) Services program, Monica collaborates with faculty and staff to provide information and support related to scholarly communication issues that affect researchers. She is the liaison to the Graduate School and also serves as the library liaison to the French department. She earned her master’s degree in library and information science from Syracuse University.

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Digital Initiatives Librarian 250E Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8604 09/01/2001 MIS, 1987, Drexel University; B.A. Philosophy, 1982, Bethany College Eric Morgan is the Digital Initiatives Librarian in the Center for Digital Scholarship. His current work focuses on assisting faculty and students with text mining and analysis. Though his work involves extensive computing expertise, Eric considers himself to be a librarian first, and a computer user second. His professional goal is to discover new ways to use computers to provide better library service. His research interests have included information retrieval, expert systems, and automated personalization. For more detail, see [http://www.nd.edu/~emorgan/][1] [1]: http://www.nd.edu/~emorgan/

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Africana Studies and Education Librarian 152 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8764 08/01/2005 **MLIS, Wayne State University; B.A., University of Detroit Mercy** Leslie serves as the Africana Studies and Education Librarian within the Hesburgh Libraries. **Professional Service** American Library Association, Councilor at Large, 2020 - Special Libraries Association, 2019 - 2020 Black Caucus-American Library Association, 2019 - Indiana Black Librarians Network American Library Association, 2005 - Black Faculty & Staff Association - University of Notre Dame, 2007 - Academic Librarian Coach/Mentor to Library Science Students and Newly-Minted Librarians of Diversity & Inclusive Communities, 2010 - Advisory Board Member, Association of College & Research Libraries:Framework for Information Literacy, 2015 - 2017 President, Indiana Black Librarians Network- Affiliate, Black Caucus-American Library Association, 2014-2015 **Community Service** Faith Indiana, 2018 - Innovator's Thinkers Camp, Inc., 2009 - 2019 Society of St. Vincent De Paul of St. Joseph County, 2007 - Holy Cross Parish, South Bend, Indiana 2012-

Project Manager 402AC Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6824 01/01/2001 [Request a Project Manager][1] As a Project Manager, Tracey regularly applies creativity, critical thinking, and technical knowledge to topical and operational problems, proposing possible solutions and managing projects designed to develop and maintain efficient standardized processes, practices, and documentation. Tracey managed large-scale projects on behalf of TRU Services, including the Annex move, the renovated 150 space move, and the closures of Math, Chemistry, and Radiation Laboratory Libraries during the pandemic. Before stepping into a full-time Project Manager role, Tracey was the Program Coordinator and Interim Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Manager for TRU Services where she worked to develop consistent service policies at all service points, opportunities for cross-training and streamlining Library services, and managed the Interlibrary Loan Borrowing unit. Available to the Notre Dame community as a bonded Notary Public by appointment only. **Bachelor of Liberal Studies**, Purdue University **Certificate in Paralegal Studies**, Indiana University - Hesburgh Libraries recognition for "Outstanding Performance" [July 2011] - Notre Dame Observer, "[Hesburgh Libraries announces partnership with St. Joseph County Library][2]" [Dec. 2015] - Library Journal "[Community/College Connections][3]" [Aug. 2018] - [Hesburgh Libraries’ Tracey Morton receives Presidential Achievement Award][4] [Aug. 2022] [1]: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfHk-nNhncYOKlKxb3uUhSVlNHHM-W29Ch2WX8lRbE7NVJYAg/viewform?usp=sharing [2]: https://ndsmcobserver.com/2015/12/hesburgh-libraries-announces-partnership-with-st-joseph-county-library/ [3]: https://www.libraryjournal.com/story/ljx180901collaborationsDixon [4]: https://www.library.nd.edu/news/hesburgh-libraries-tracey-morton-receives-presidential-achievement-award#:~:text=Hesburgh%20Libraries%27%20Tracey%20Morton%20receives%20Presidential%20Achievement%20Award,-By%20Hesburgh%20Libraries&text=Hesburgh%20Libraries%27%20Tracey%20Morton,%20program,Presidential%20Achievement%20Award%20for%202022.

Communications and Marketing Specialist 284H Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3951 03/31/2014 Jenna Mrozinske joined the Hesburgh Libraries communications team as the communications and marketing specialist in July 2017. In her role, Jenna implements integrated marketing and communications strategies to support the academic and research efforts of our students, faculty, and staff. She manages multi-channel communications for signature events and special projects and collaborates on internal and executive communications. In addition, she develops print materials, digital collateral, and onsite signage. Jenna’s efforts work in concert with the larger communications team to increase awareness of and engagement with the library’s expertise, resources, services, and spaces. Prior to her role at the Hesburgh Libraries, Jenna worked at the Mike and Josie Harper Cancer Research Institute, a collaboration between the University of Notre Dame and the Indiana University School of Medicine - South Bend. Jenna graduated from Indiana University in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in English and a minor in sustainability studies.

Library Assistant 150N Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6257 09/11/2000 ---------- Trudie is a member of the Circulation Services Unit of the Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Trudie serves the campus community by supporting Interlibrary Loan borrowing activities, resolving patron billing issues and connecting faculty, staff, and students with library resources in support of their teaching and research endeavors.

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Interim Strategic Implementation... 159 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5676 09/01/2021 As Unit Head for User Education and Engagement in the Teaching, Research & User (TRU) Services program, Elizabeth collaborates with library faculty and campus faculty to develop creative and innovative ways of fostering information literacy skills for undergraduate students. She also serves as the library liaison to the Writing & Rhetoric program. Elizabeth holds a Master's of Library and Information Science from the University of Missouri, an M.A. in French & Francophone Studies from The University of Iowa, and a B.A. in French and International Studies from Illinois Wesleyan University.

Makerspace & Graphics Specialist 150 Walsh Family Hall (574) 631-6071 01/01/2024

Director 284J Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1856 10/01/2012 As a member of the executive leadership team, Tara helps to shape and implement the overall vision, strategic plan, and related strategic initiatives for the Hesburgh Libraries. She also develops and executes integrated marketing communications strategies to highlight the vital contributions the Libraries make to teaching and research and connect stakeholders to library expertise, services, resources, and special programs that accelerate learning and advance scholarship. To this end, Tara works across several areas, including strategic planning, brand development, digital marketing, event marketing, social media, public relations, content development, web design and graphic design. Within the Libraries, she leads and consults with multidisciplinary teams in support of core programs and priority initiatives. She also works in collaboration with campus partners, including the schools and colleges, centers and institutes, University Development, Alumni Association and University Communications to advance the mission of the libraries and shared institutional goals. Tara is a graduate of University of Notre Dame and holds a bachelor of fine arts degree with majors in graphic design/advertising, art history, and Arts and Letters Program for Administrators (ALPA). She also earned a master of science degree from Northwestern University studying integrated marketing communications.

Accounts Payable Analyst 402S Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6374 09/16/2002 Trish works side-by-side with the Continuing and Electronic Resources team and the Resource Acquisitions & Access team within the Collection Strategy and Acquisitions Unit. Trish is primarily responsible for accurate and timely payment of invoices and expenditure tracking related to the purchase of materials and related services. To do so, Trish must maintain a strong relationship with vendors and work closely with other library partners as well as the University Accounts Payable dept. Please see Trish if you have questions about the status of an order or payment.

Serials ER Associate 402Q Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2643 08/02/1999 As a member of the Continuing and Electronic Resources unit, the Electronic Resource Associate works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of electronic scholarly resources with an emphasis on continuing resources. Belinda also helps to provide patron support for electronic resource issues and communicates with library vendors regarding licensing, order placement and activation.

Senior Director +1 574-631-9255 01/18/2022 Katy Orenchuk has joined the Hesburgh Libraries team as our Academic Advancement Officer. She currently serves as the Senior Director, Academic Advancement for University Relations. Ms. Orenchuk works closely with the Edward H. Arnold Dean, the Hesburgh Libraries Executive Team, and other Hesburgh Libraries’ stakeholders to help define and achieve our fundraising goals in the University’s forthcoming new capital campaign, in alignment with our strategic priorities and values.

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Lead Metadata Librarian 271K Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3282 10/01/2012 Alex Papson is responsible for contributing metadata for resources that are described using non-MARC schema, and for advising on emerging issues in metadata control and digital preservation. He also serves as a case manager within the Digital Collections Oversight Team. Alex is a member of the Metadata Initiatives Unit of the Metadata Services Program.

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Architecture Librarian 152 Walsh Family Hall of Architecture (574) 631-9401 08/01/2008 Jennifer Parker is an Associate Librarian and has served as the head of the Architecture Library since August 2008. In addition, she is the Co-Director of the Historic Urban Environments Lab at Notre Dame (HUE/ND) which strives to provide virtual access to unique library materials focused on the built environment through new technologies. She received a Master’s Degree from the University of Virginia and a Master’s in Library Science from the University of Maryland. Prior to the position at Notre Dame she served as Art and Architecture Librarian for the University of Colorado at Boulder and as the Architectural Image Collection Manager for the University of Virginia’s Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library. Her research and practices focus on combining physical and virtual library materials to better integrate library resources into the current academic curriculum.

Architecture Library Assistant 150 Walsh Family Hall (574) 631-8727 07/01/2023 Theron is a member of the Circulation Services Unit of Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Theron provides research and library service support to the School of Architecture located in the Walsh Family Hall of Architecture. Theron interprets complex information and patron requests to connect faculty, staff, and students of the Notre Dame community with appropriate library resources and services in support of their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Theron for assistance with library services such as course reserves, interlibrary loan requests, and access to Architecture Library spaces and specialized technology.

Web and Digital User Experience... 271J Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9706 08/15/2022 Amanda Gray Perry began as Web and Digital Engagement User Experience Librarian in January 2024. In her role, Amanda works in a cooperative team environment, leading and co-leading efforts to design user-focused, accessible, and data-informed digital services and to develop, support, and manage the Hesburgh Libraries’ continuously evolving web presence. She is passionate about accessibility and a data-driven approach to continuous improvement for digital services. Prior to her work as UX Librarian, Amanda joined the Hesburgh Libraries communications team as communications and digital engagement specialist in August 2022. In that role, Amanda communicated with the Libraries’ audiences through social media, digital signage, and other digital venues to advance the mission and vision of the libraries and greater institutional goals. In collaboration with the larger communications team, Amanda worked to highlight the Libraries’ key initiatives, signature events, and valuable resources to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the larger community. Prior to her role at the Hesburgh Libraries, Amanda worked in UX for the communications team at Notre Dame Law School and in philanthropy at the Internet Archive, as well as at the South Bend Tribune as a reporter. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2012 with a bachelor of arts degree with majors in American studies and English, as well as a minor in the Gallivan Program for Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy. She earned her masters of library and information science from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis in 2020.

Sr. Metadata Technician 402X Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3255 05/05/1986 Bobbie Lou is a member of the Collection Processing Unit in the Metadata Services Program. This unit serves the Libraries' by processing physical scholarly resources added to the Libraries' collection in support of teaching, learning and research. Bobbie Lou locates appropriate bibliographic records, prepares or updates local holdings records, and performs complex record editing to improve and enhance bibliographic data according to national and local cataloging standards.

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Entrepreneurial Spirit Endowed... L012 Mendoza College of Business (574) 631-9099 01/01/2009 As the Entrepreneurial Spirit Endowed Business Librarian and head of the [Thomas Mahaffey, Jr. Business Library][1], Pete provides comprehensive business reference, consultation, and information services to the University of Notre Dame community, in particular to the faculty, staff, and students of the Mendoza College of Business. She designs, teaches, and assesses instructional classes and serves as liaison to multiple programs, departments, and centers within Mendoza and within the University. Pete identifies, selects and acquires materials and databases in support of business information needs at the University. Before rejoining the Notre Dame family in 2009, she served as a Business Librarian at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and as Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University's West Campus Library. Pete was one of two staff members at the Mahaffey Business Library (née Business Information Center) when it first opened in 1995. [1]: https://library.nd.edu/business

Library Assistant III 149 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9197 04/16/2001 Becky is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit** | **User Services Unit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Becky processes materials for print and electronic reserves in accordance with university guidelines on fair use and copyright, provides circulation services, ILL requests, and assists with process management planning to provide better services to our users. Contact Becky if you have questions about Reserves or Interlibrary Loan Lending services.

Coordinator 150M Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0523 03/14/2022 Eli is a member of the **Circulation Services Unit** of Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Eli interprets complex information connecting faculty, staff, and students of the Notre Dame community with appropriate library resources and services to support their teaching and research endeavors. Eli provides point of use assistance for library services such as course reserves, document delivery, and interlibrary loan.

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Library Assistant 150 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8424 08/03/2005 Pete is a member of the **Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Subunit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with obtaining physical resources from other libraries. Call (574) 631-6260, if you have questions about Interlibrary Loan Borrowing services.

Music Library Specialist S310N O'Neill Hall (574) 631-2447 07/01/2021 Michelle is a member of the **Circulation Services Unit** of Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Michelle provides research and library service support to the Department of Music and the Sacred Music program located in O'Neill Hall of Music. Michelle interprets complex information and patron requests to connect faculty, staff, and students of the Notre Dame community with appropriate library resources and services in support of their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Michelle for assistance with library services such as course reserves, interlibrary loan requests, and access to Music Library spaces and specialized technology.

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Department Head 140 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8901 09/01/2018 As the Political Science and Peace Studies Librarian, Mark Robison works with students and faculty in the Department of Political Science, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, the Keough School of Global Affairs, and elsewhere on campus, to support their research. To connect these students and faculty to the information they need, Mark provides research consultations and delivers library instruction sessions. Mark is responsible for the development and management of the political science collection. He also serves as one of three Scholarly Resource Assessment Librarians. His research interests include student outreach, transfer student success, and "libraries of things." Mark also serves as the interim head of the Collection Strategy and Acquisition which works collaboratively to implement innovative, data-driven assessment approaches to effectively steward the material acquisitions budget..

Annex Coordinator Library Annex 574-631-8924 02/20/2017 Kara is a member of the **Document Delivery, Stacks, and Annex Unit** | **Teaching, Research, and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, the team at the Hesburgh Libraries Annex is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. The Hesburgh Libraries Annex team facilitates access to materials located in the Annex via lending, delivery, and electronic scans for the Notre Dame community. Kara's expertise in high-density storage management, Interlibrary Loan Lending, and Document Delivery service contributes to the mission of Service Excellence by providing faculty, staff, and students access to materials meet their teaching and research needs. With quality patron service being our goal, Kara coordinates the Hesburgh Libraries Annex service to provide speedy and accurate delivery of all materials located in the Annex. Contact Kara for assistance with any of the services mentioned above.

Rare Books Cataloging and Metadata... 404 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-1954 01/01/2020 Daniela Rovida, Rare Books Cataloging and Metadata Librarian at the University of Notre Dame, creates, maintains and organizes resource descriptions for a wide range of diverse and specialized material, from incunabula to modern imprints, predominantly in Latin and various European languages. Working collaboratively with Rare Books and Special Collections colleagues, Daniela establishes procedures and priorities aimed at streamlining workflows and implementing best preservation methods. Her efforts extend beyond her department, as she actively collaborates with colleagues across the Libraries to ensure consistency of metadata practices and increase the visibility and accessibility of library resources. Daniela has a Masters' degree in Library & Information Studies, along with a Graduate Certificate in Archival Studies and a Graduate Certificate in Digital Information Management from the University of Arizona. She also holds a B.S. in Economics & Business Administration from the University of Pavia, Italy. Daniela is set to complete a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Administration from the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame, in July 2024. Daniela’s research interests encompass the contribution of women to the printing industry during the hand press era, Catholic influence on early American printing, and leveraging linked open data to enhance accessibility of special collections and archival material. Daniela is a faculty affiliate of the Center for Italian Studies at the University of Notre Dame and participates in committees and initiatives within both the Hesburgh Libraries and the Catholic Research Resources Alliance. She is also an engaged member of the Rare Books and Manuscript Section within the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.

Media Digitization Production... 149 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4029 05/17/2021 Matthew Ruffner is a member of the **Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit | User Services Unit | Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on Service Excellence, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with access to library physical resources and various other services. In conjunction with Reserves and ILL Lending Subunit objectives, Matthew is the Media Digitization Production Associate who primarily works with digitization of video. He manages the daily operation of media reformatting and library video streaming services, and contributes to the creation and provision of access to digital collections. His responsibilities include: • Oversight of the daily operations of media digitization, including content management, troubleshooting, exception handling, and coordination of tasks related to media digitization. • Serving as the primary contact with teaching and research faculty who use library streaming video services for course teaching and ensuring web access points of service.

Sr. Systems Engineer 271S Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-8238 03/01/2024

Personnel Specialist 428 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3972 01/27/1997 Reporting to the Director, Michelle administers the Libraries’ human resources and payroll functions, including recruiting and hiring activities, preparing and managing employee records, and guiding managers and supervisors on University personnel policies and procedures. Hiring ------ - Faculty: Support Faculty Search and CAP committees. - Faculty: Coordinate the reappointment and promotion process. - Staff: – Work with supervisors to post and recruit for staff positions. - Staff: Fill temporary and summer employment positions. - Students: Point of contact for students interested in library employment; refers students to supervisors with open positions in their departments. Payroll ------- - Coordinate Ultra Time hourly payroll for the Libraries. - Work with Payroll Services to resolve questions and concerns regarding hourly, semi-monthly, and bi-weekly payrolls. - Ensure accurate pay for employees who are on FMLA leave or Worker's Compensation. Human Resources --------------- - Point of contact for Human Resources-related policy questions or issues. - Work with Human Resources to ensure accurate documentation and tracking of FMLA issues. - Work with Risk Management to ensure timely documentation of Worker's Comp related issues.

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Biological Sciences Librarian 145 Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-8392 03/01/2024 Carolyn Scearce is the Scholarly Resources and Assessment Librarian for the STEM fields. She is also the subject librarian for the Biological Sciences and related fields, and for the History and Philosophy of Science. She received a PhD in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine from the University of Oklahoma, where she also earned her MLIS.

Archives Technician 608-02 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4046 11/16/1981 As an Archives Technician in the Archival Processing Unit, Jayne is responsible for rehousing collections, creating inventories, compiling assessment data, conducting surveys, managing accession records, supply management, and space management. In addition, Jayne contributes to metadata enhancement, management, and manipulation.

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Scholarly Resource Assessment Librarian 715B Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5724 01/09/2012 Julia Schneider is Scholarly Resources and Assessment Librarian for Arts, Humanities, and Architecture. She is also the Subject Specialist for Medieval Studies and subject liaison for German Language and Literature.. She received a PhD from Notre Dame's Medieval Institute with concentrations in liturgy, theology, and intellectual history, as well as a master's degree in historical theology from St. Louis University. She received her Master of Library and Information Science degree with a concentration in Rare Books Librarianship at the University of Illinois. Her subject coverage includes most historical disciplines used in the study of the Middle Ages globally (from approximately 400 CE - 1517 CE), in addition to all aspects of German Language Studies from the Middle Ages to the present time. .

Circulation Services 161A Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4584 12/14/1998 As manager of the **Circulation Services Unit**, Michele oversees library operations and services provided at four locations of the Hesburgh Libraries. The Circulation Services Unit is responsible for circulating library material, assisting patrons with policy and procedural questions, and connecting patrons with appropriate library resources. This Unit serves the Notre Dame community, visiting researchers, and guests at any one of four service desks; Architecture, Business, Music and Hesburgh Circulation. Contact Michele for more information about library circulation services and policies at any of these library locations.

Personnel Associate 402AG Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0099 08/29/2022

IT Support Coordinator 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-6640 03/31/2008 Kim is an IT Support Coordinator in LIB-ITS, the Library IT Support Unit of Hesburgh Library. She supports computer hardware and software used by Library faculty, staff and students in a mixed Windows and Macintosh environment. In addition to providing general support, Kim is the person primarily responsible for support of Xerox/Pharos printers, Reference area PCs, and specialized IT equipment. She is our primary go-to person when it comes to moving faculty/staff from one place to another. ###IT Support Specialization: * Xerox/Pharos printers: Kim monitors status of public printers, coordinates maintenance, repair, and is the laiason between the Library, OIT, and Xerox. * Reference Area: Serves as liaison between Library and OIT in the Reference area shared environment. Leads discussions aimed at solving problems and providing better services. * Specialized equipment: Coordinates purchase, maintenance and repair of open-book scanners, microfische scanners, and other specialized IT equipment in public and staff areas. * Moves: Coordinate with Library Facilities, Network Engineering, Telecommunications and others to facilitate moving faculty and staff from one area of the Library to another.

Sr. Systems Administrator 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7892 08/20/1991 As a Sr Systems Administrator, Bill provides core systems infrastructure management and some server based programming support for the Hesburgh Libraries. Bill administers a wide variety of commercially licensed and open source technologies and software and is responsible for the configuration, management, function, availability, and security for those systems. ###Systems Administration and Support - Advanced Windows systems administration including virtualization, user administration, backup and recovery, security, package maintenance, networking, file systems, and high availability server configurations. - Compilation, installation, and configuration of commercial and open source software. - Maintain files systems, back ups, firewalls, monitoring systems, and locally developed application environments. - Administration of high volume relational database systems such as MySQL and Oracle. Collaborate with software engineers to provide a customized, high availability systems infrastructure that is tailored to locally developed application needs. - Configure and manager Operating System images for Windows and Mac OS ###Collaborate with the OIT - Work with the OIT to identify and integrate core technology services services provided by the OIT, such as, networking, identity management, authentication systems, active directory, Operating System computing images. - Collaborate on scheduled system outages and coordinate system down time to ensure graceful system transitions. - Report core service outages and manage communication with key library stakeholders on technology infrastructure problems. ###Research, Evaluation, and Documentation - Research, evaluate, and implement new technology infrastructure components for the Libraries. - Document infrastructure and systems changes.

Director 429 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-2871 12/09/1988 Marcy Simons, MLS, is responsible for optimizing the Hesburgh Libraries’ approach to recruiting, retaining, and guiding individuals to work effectively individually and collectively. She serves as the Dean’s lead liaison for talent and organizational development work including analysis and measurement, scouting, recruiting, searches and hiring, compensation analysis, onboarding, professional development, retention, separation and offboarding, and alumni engagement. Simons works holistically across the many facets of talent and culture to help ensure that the Hesburgh Libraries is an appropriate candidate’s preferred employer of choice, both on the University of Notre Dame campus and across the higher education sector. Simons is a trained facilitator and consultant in the areas of organizational development, cultue and change management. The author of two books about academic librarianship, *Academic Librarianship: Anchoring the Profession in Contribution, Scholarship, and Service* (2021) and *Academic Library Metamorphosis and Regeneration* (2017), both published by Rowman Littlefield.

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Librarian 157 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4271 03/01/2000 Cheri Smith is the Psychology Librarian and Unit Head for User Services in the Teaching, Research & User (TRU) Services program. As Unit Head she oversees the functions of the Hesburgh Libraries Circulation, Stacks, Interlibrary Loan and Reserves units. Her interests include information literacy, library reference services, and open-access publishing. **M.L.S., Indiana University; B.A., Earlham College.** [***Publications***][1] [1]: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=EG6GLOkAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Assistant Archivist 607 Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 6448 08/11/2011 As Assistant Archivist, Joe Smith provides in-person and virtual reference services including research consultations for a wide array of archival manuscript collections, university records, graphic materials, and audiovisual collections. In addition to engaging in reference services, he collaborates with colleagues across the libraries and campus to support the teaching and research mission of the University as well as ensures that the reading room operates smoothly in order to provide efficient patron research services.

Data Integrity Specialist 402T Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4631 10/01/1984 As a member of the Metadata Technologies & Design Unit of the Metadata Services Program, Lisa's primary responsibility is to analyze and improve the quality of the Libraries' metadata assets. She works with data in the Integrated Library System, Discovery System, and other related systems. Her role involves designing the best approach to address and resolve issues, applying specialized knowledge of metadata standards to ensure that new and existing data meets requirements, and determining priorities for addressing integrity issues in consultation with stakeholders. She is also the product owner for OCLC Connexion and provides support to about 50 library users.

Collection Metadata & Integrity... 418 Hesburgh Library +1 574-631-9545 08/01/2022 In her role as Collection Metadata Integrity & Management Librarian, Christa works to ensure the integrity of metadata across collections by balancing local practice with national standards while using a variety of tools and technical skills to create, remediate, and enhance metadata in multiple formats. Her areas of interest include linked data, Wikidata, ethical metadata practice, digital humanities, and their intersection with theological librarianship. Christa holds an M.L.I.S. from the University of Washington, a B.A. in music from Northwest University, and is pursuing an M.A. in Theology from Wheaton College.

Sr. Software & Integration Engineer 271X Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9269 06/09/2007 As the Digital Library Data Curation Developer within the Digital Library Technologies Unit, Mark designs and develops digital library frameworks and applications with an emphasis on data curation. Mark works with librarians, campus partners, and researchers to embed research data curation tools and workflows into active research projects for archiving and sharing data in our institutional repository CurateND (http://curate.nd.edu), or other relevant community repositories. Duties include: - Design and develop digital library applications supporting digital library and data curation services - Provide technical leadership in data architecture and design for digital library data projects - With campus partners, develop services and web clients to manage, archive, and share research data - Create APIs and processes to integrate other campus systems with CurateND from groups like Engineering Science and Computing, Center for Research Computing, and Digital Production. - Work with librarians and campus partners through our Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship to develop data models and tools to tag and describe data and collections with domain specific ontologies

Acquisitions Assistant 402N Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4045 10/27/1997 As a member of the Resource Acquisition & Access unit, the Acquisitions Assistant works collaboratively to support the life-cycle of physical and electronic scholarly resources including order placement, receipt, initial record creation, and process preparation. Leigh manages orders for print monographs & electronic books, and processes print serials.

Application Management and Integration 271Z Hesburgh Library (574) 631-7176 05/21/2001 Beata joined the Hesburgh Libraries in May 2001 as a Systems Applications Specialist with the Hesburgh Libraries Information Technology Support Team. She transitioned to her current role in LIbrary Application Management in August 2023. Current duties include: -Making continuous improvements to the essential business, discovery, preservation, archival, and access/delivery applications. -Configuring process automation and integration with OIT-based systems and other disparate entities. -Providing operational support for core library business processes to ensure that solutions align with organizational needs. -Performs essential reporting work, necessary to help data-driven decisions across Hesburgh Libraries' faculty and staff. Beata was interviewed in 2009 by the South Bend Tribune ([read more][1]). Though her role has changed since then, she remains passionate about helping bridge the gap between technology and people. Education: BS in Computer Science/Informatics, Indiana University [1]: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16pJh9VjiiJ1-EqE83LlsRF9u7R9YzSEc/view

Coordinator 150P Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9173 06/01/2012 Abby is a member of the **Circulation Services Unit** of the Hesburgh Libraries. With a strong focus on customer service and connecting people to knowledge, Abby serves the campus community by interpreting complex information to connect faculty, staff, and students of the University with appropriate library resources and services in support of their teaching and research endeavors. Contact Abby for assistance with library services and resources.

Co-Interim Director 250 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4900 12/02/2013 **MLIS Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis** Academic Librarianship Specialization **MPH University of Illinois at Chicago** Community Health Sciences **BA University of Notre Dame** Psychology, Computer Applications As Assistant Director of the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, Julie provides support and referrals across service and expertise areas, and collaborates with stakeholders across Hesburgh Libraries and University units to coordinate continual development of Center services, spaces, technologies, and educational opportunities. If you have any questions about Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship expertise, services, spaces, or programming, please reach out to Julie!

Head of Electronic Resources and... 417 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3818 07/01/2021 Douglas (Doug) Wayman is a faculty librarian and head of the Electronic Resources and Collection Metadata Management Unit (ERCMM). Doug joins the unit's talented team working principally to create, transform, and remediate metadata to support multiple applications across the Libraries' resource description, discovery, and systems landscape, applying knowledge of metadata standards and information technology processes to support loading both batches and individual records supplied by vendors and/or locally curated metadata. Members of this unit support the Library's mission to promulgate e-resources first in order to provide cost-effective resources to Notre Dame users optimizing access to a richer, broader range of resources than could be provided practically with tangible resources only. The chief principles driving this unit are metadata quality and enhanced access for users. Doug has an M.L.I.S. from Florida State University, along with a certificate in Information Architecture, and a B.G.S. from Gonzaga University, with a concentration in Organizational Leadership.

Special Collections Digital Project... 102 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-5610 07/05/2000 Sara Weber is the Digital Project Specialist within Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC). Her primary focuses are the digitization of rare materials held by Hesburgh Libraries for research, publishing and web use, and the design and management of all RBSC websites. Sara also provides graphic design for RBSC exhibitions, outreach and websites, serves as a consultant for initiatives that involve RBSC content, provides primary on-site technical and maintenance support for Mac computers within the department, and provides support for faculty and staff using the technology in the RBSC digital seminar room. Sara has a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Notre Dame ('00), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Siena Heights University ('95).

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Sr. Web Developer Engineer 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-9445 03/12/2012 Andy is the unit web and graphic designer. Responsibilities include template design, page composition design, compliance with web standards and norms, development and maintenance of centralized web assets such as javascript and CSS, and images. As a graphic designer, Andy is responsible for creating professional design elements, color schemes, and branding components for a wide variety of sites that the library promotes for use in the academy. Andy is proficient in producing designs for a variety of purposes that include instruction, exhibition, discovery, and generalized web content. He also offers consultation services for library faculty, staff, and the teaching and research faculty of the university.

Archives Assistant 608A Hesburgh Library +1 574 631 2503 10/01/1998 As Assistant Archivist for University Records, Matt Wilken manages the physical transfer of paper-based university records to the University Archives in accordance with the University's records retention schedule. Matt serves on the records management team and offers guidance based on principles of life cycle management of university records. He manages collection space for university records for both onsite collection space and the offsite storage facility and ensures that access to university records are in line with state and federal regulations, University policies and unit guidelines. Matt also supports staff colleagues, faculty, and other campus departments in outreach, reference and research projects.

Sr. Software Engineer 271AE Hesburgh Library (574) 631-0707 05/08/2023

Architecture Archivist 153 Walsh Family Hall (574) 631-6172 07/01/2019 As the Architecture Archivist, and member of the University Archives, Morgan stewards archival collections and promotes their access, use, and reuse. Morgan is responsible for the appraisal, arrangement and description, and management of architectural records in all formats housed within the Architecture Library. Morgan also provides in-depth reference support for collections in her purview. She holds a BA in History from **Indiana University**, South Bend, an MA in Public History from **Indiana University**, Indianapolis, and an MLIS from **Wayne State University**.

Lead Software Engineer 271 Hesburgh Library (574) 631-8864 06/01/2014 As the lead software engineer for the WSE unit, Theia is responsible for a wide variety of tasks. Her primary duties include software development, user interface design and implementation, application and data integration, as well as consultation. With a focus on user interface development, Theia works closely with the unit user experience professional as well as the digital library team in order to develop highly usable front ends for a variety of web based library services. ###Software Engineering - User interface design and implementation - Service integration - Mobile compatibility - Section 508 compliance - Adherence to current web standards - Consultation on application design

Library Assistant 150R Hesburgh Library (574) 631-4350 11/12/2014 Whitney is a member of the **Interlibrary Loan Borrowing Subunit** | **Teaching, Research and User Services Program**. Focusing on *Service Excellence*, this team is available to help the Notre Dame community with obtaining physical resources from other libraries. Call (574) 631-6260, if you have questions about Interlibrary Loan Borrowing services.

Sr. Metadata Technician 402Z Hesburgh Library (574) 631-3240 02/11/2021 Alicia is a member of the Cataloging and Collection Processing Unit in the Metadata Services Program. This unit serves the Libraries' by processing physical scholarly resources added to the Libraries' collection in support of teaching, learning and research. Alicia locates appropriate bibliographic records, prepares or updates local holdings records, and performs complex record editing to improve and enhance bibliographic data according to national and local cataloging standards.