Columbia University Libraries/Information Services announces the following recent professional staff appointments:
Hannibal Barnes is a Field Operations Coordinator at the Library Information Technology Office. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from the State University of New York at Delhi in 2013.
Elizabeth Call is the Public Services Librarian at the Burke Library. She was previously Head of Reference and User Services at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
Jose Diaz is a Senior Technical Specialist at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. He was previously a Technical Analyst at Mount Sinai Graduate School of Biological Sciences.
Joannie Grullon is a Field Operations Coordinator at the Library Information Technology Office. She was previously a Consultant Agent/Technician for the Geek Squad at Best Buy.
Robb K. Haberman is an Associate Editor for the John Jay Papers project at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library. He was previously Adjunct Assistant Professor at Fordham University and College of Staten Island – City University of New York.
Krystie Klahn is the Collection Assessment and Analysis Librarian in the Science and Engineering Library. She was previously an Account Development Specialist at Springer.
Alexander Noguera is a Senior Technical Specialist at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. He was previously Site Specialist for User Services at the College of Education at Purdue University.
Nikolas Nyby is a Programmer at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. He was previously an Engineer at to.be Particle, Inc.
Shannon Regan is the new eJournal Preservation Librarian in Continuing Electronic Resources Management, a project funded by the Mellon Foundation. She was previously the Licensed Content Librarian at Mercer University Libraries.
Columbia University Libraries/Information Services (CUL/IS) is one of the top five academic research library systems in North America. The collections include over 12 million volumes, over 160,000 journals and serials, as well as extensive electronic resources, manuscripts, rare books, microforms, maps, and graphic and audio-visual materials. The services and collections are organized into 21 libraries and various academic technology centers, including affiliates. CUL/IS employs more than 450 professional and support staff. The website of the Libraries is the gateway to its services and resources: library.columbia.edu.