Category: Librarians

New Faces at USF Libraries

2022 new hires... so far!
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USF Libraries are growing! We are excited to introduce a stellar group of new faces coming on board this year. Join us in welcoming them to the University of South Florida family. These positions will bring USF Libraries into a new era …Continue Reading

Library Workshops for Researchers

Take Your Research to the Next Level!
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USF Libraries is pleased to launch our 2022-23 Workshops for Researchers program, offering a wide array of research training for faculty, graduate students and USF researchers. Taught by expert faculty and librarian, our virtual workshops cover a range of essential data analysis …Continue Reading

Emily Mann Receives USF Inclusive Excellence Faculty Award

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The USF Libraries are pleased to share that Emily Mann, Assistant Librarian at the USF Nelson Poynter Memorial Library (NPML), has been selected for the 2022 Inclusive Excellence Faculty Award from the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at USF. The Inclusive …Continue Reading

Diversify Your Syllabi

How our librarians are supporting the Inclusive & Equitable Pedagogy Faculty Learning Community
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What makes an authority on a topic? How do we balance diverse voices with the canon from an academic discipline? Are we perpetuating systems of oppression with the texts we choose?  These thought-provoking questions and more were discussed in depth during a …Continue Reading

LIB Latest Research Publications

The most recent research from the faculty and staff of the USF Libraries (March 2022)
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At the USF Libraries, our faculty librarians and staff regularly contribute research presentations, peer-reviewed articles, or equivalent publications that impact the profession. Explore the LIB Latest below.   Theresa Burress and Allison Symulevich co-wrote the article, “Innovating During Times of Disruption: A …Continue Reading

The Dalí Museum’s Coffee with a Curator Hosts Andy Huse

The Picasso that Wasn’t: “Bust of a Woman”
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Coffee with a Curator
April 6, 2022
10:30 – 11:30AM

the picasso that wasn’t: “bust of a woman” Join The Dalí Museum for an installment of Coffee with a Curator, in conjunction with the Picasso and the Allure of the South exhibition, where Tampa Special Collections’ Andy Huse will explore The Picasso …Continue Reading

COVID-19 in Florida: Collecting & Curating Research

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As we embark on the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, one crucial aspect we have seen throughout is the need for information. People want to know about the developments and impacts the pandemic is creating, especially in real time. The USF …Continue Reading

Cat Camp Awarded Quiet Quality Award

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The Quiet Quality Awards (QQA) began in 1996, sponsored by the USF Staff Senate, to increase employee recognition. The awardees are chosen based on their conscientiousness, professional manner and positive attitude, work performance, responsibilities, teamwork, and helpful suggestions. This year, Cat Camp, …Continue Reading

LIB Latest Research Publications

The most recent research from the faculty and staff of the USF Libraries (December 2021)
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At the USF Libraries, our faculty librarians and staff regularly contribute research presentations, peer-reviewed articles, or equivalent publications that impact the profession. Explore the LIB Latest in publications below.   Camielle Crampsie, Marketing and Outreach Librarian, and Karla Morris, Manager of Instructional …Continue Reading

Tomaro Taylor Awarded Jean Key Gates Distinguished Alumni Award

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The USF Libraries is delighted to announce that Tomaro Taylor is one of three 2021 recipients of the USF Master of Library and Information Science Jean Key Gates Distinguished Alumni Award. The award is presented annually to alumni who have outstanding professional …Continue Reading