October 8, 2015

Academic Movers and Shakers

Many of LJ’s 2012 Movers and Shakers come from academic libraries and other research institutions. Among the honorees are:


Community Builders Academic Community Builders 2012

Michele Burke

Chemeketa Community College Library

JP Porcaro

Guarini Library, New Jersey City University

Joshua Finnell

William Howard Doane Library, Denison University

Advocates Academic Advocates 2012

Andrea Davis

Dudley Knox Library, Naval Postgraduate School

Cheryl Rowan

National Network of Libraries of Medicine

Change Agents Academic Change Agents 2012

Michelle Chronister

U.S. General Services Administration

Michael Russo

Louisiana State University Libraries

Kristin Fontichiaro

School of Information, University of Michigan

Innovators Academic Innovators 2012

Melissa Jadlos

Lavery Library, St. John Fisher College

Jenny Lynne Semenza

Eli M. Oboler Library, Idaho State University

Tech Leaders Academic Tech Leaders 2012

Mark Phillips

University of North Texas Libraries

Allie Flanary

Portland Community College

Stephen X. Flynn

College of Wooster Libraries

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