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The new bibliographic records librarian at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, is Michaela Brenner.

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After 24 years as state librarian and state archivist, Robert L. Clark retired from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries on October 1.

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Karen Fischer has been appointed head of reference and instruction at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota.

Daniel Foley is now the nonbook cataloger/metadata librarian in the monographs department of the Golda Meir Library at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee.

Ron Glass, former network services librarian at the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records, has been named senior library services consultant for the west division of OCLC.

On November 6, Michael Golrick, former executive director of the Southern Connecticut Library Council in Hamden, became director of the Bridgeport (Conn.) Public Library.

James Govern is the new adult services supervisor for the Maricopa County Library Center's Southeast Regional Library in Gilbert, Arizona.

The new head of library computing services at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore is Rebecca Graham.

Brian Greene has been named manager of the Wyoming Libraries Database program at the Wyoming State Library in Cheyenne.

On November 1, Cheryl Gunselman became business and economics reference librarian at Washington State University/Pullman.

Susan Gunter has been appointed electronic resources librarian at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia.

The Wichita (Kans.) Public Library's new director is Cynthia Berner Harris.

On October 1, Robert James became director of library services at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Karen Kearney is a new member of the reference department at the Chesapeake (Va.) Public Library.

Linda Kopecky has been named head of the research and instructional support department at the Golda Meir Library at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee.

Jeanette Larson joins the Austin (Tex.) Public Library this month as youth services manager.

Diana Hanley Loreman is the new research librarian at the David Library of the American Revolution in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania.

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