Career Timeline

A concise summary of my library career and education

As years pass, more years will be added.

2011 Started Master’s program in Statistics and Biostatistics at Rutgers (Graduate School of New Brunswick) and ended involvement with the American Library Association

2010 Began additional role as Research Data Manager for RUcore (until 2013)

2009 Attended first IASSIST Conference in Tampere, Finland and began IASSIST activity

2008 Assumed new role as Data and Economics Librarian, marking switch to focus on data librarianship

2007 Began first term as New Brunswick Libraries Faculty Chair, and rode the bus around New Jersey with Rutgers New Faculty Traveling Seminar

2006 Began term as BRASS Chair, representing peak involvement in business librarianship

2005 Received tenure and promoted to Librarian II (equivalent to Associate Professor) at Rutgers

1999 Moved to Rutgers University-New Brunswick as Business and Economics Librarian, with rank of Librarian III (equivalent to Assistant Professor) based at the then Kilmer, now Carr Library

1997 Attended first ALA Conference in San Francisco, beginning a run of continuous attendance interrupted only twice (Toronto 2003, Chicago 2005) by external circumstances until 2009, and joined BRASS

1996 Graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with M.S.L.S. and started first library job at University of Alabama in Huntsville as reference librarian/subject specialist for several disciplines, appointed as Assistant Professor of Bibliography

1994 Started Library School at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

1993 Left Ph.D. program at Penn with M.A. in Economics

1990 Started Ph.D. program in Economics at University of Pennsylvania

1989 Graduated from Columbia University (Columbia College) with B.A. in Economics

1986 Graduated from St. Martin’s P.E. School