Currents: Professionals on the Move

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Currents: Professionals on the Move


Ginny Andis has joined Hancock County (Ind.) Public Library as part-time reference librarian. * Anne C. Behler recently became reference librarian at Pennsylvania State University's Maps Library and Gateway Libraries in University Park. * Bob Black is the new director of Bossier Parish (La.) Library. * Emory University in Atlanta has appointed Rachel Borchardt as science librarian. * January 20 Jill Brett retired as public affairs officer for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. * Melinda Chesbro has been promoted to content management director for Fort Vancouver (Wash.) Regional Library District. * This spring Ruth Clark becomes associate professor at East Carolina University's department of library science and instructional technology in Greenville, North Carolina. * February 24 Virginia Farace retired as director of Boynton Beach (Fla.) City Library after 35 years with the library. * April 1 David C. Fowler joined the University of Oregon in Eugene as electronic resources librarian. * Robyn C. Frank recently retired as director of library and research services in the Executive Office of the President of the United States, after 34 years of federal service, to become principal of Robyn Frank Strategic Partners. * February 1 Bella Karr Gerlich became associate university librarian at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville. * ALA President Michael Gorman will retire as dean of library services at California State University in Fresno in December. * Nanci Milone Hill has been appointed head of reference at Nevins Memorial Library in Methuen, Massachusetts. * March 1 Carol Hole retired as outreach coordinator at Alachua County (Fla.) Library District, after 32 years with the library. * In February Penelope J. M. Klein became executive director of the Central New York Library Resources Council in Syracuse. * Eric Larson recently became digital services librarian at the University of Wisconsin's Wendt Library in Madison. * July 1 Emily J. Lynema becomes systems librarian for digital projects at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. * Elizabeth Mengel has been named head of collection management at Johns Hopkins University's Sheridan Libraries in Baltimore. …

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