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Photo of Falvey Memorial Library by Michelle Callaghan

Photo of Falvey Memorial Library by Michelle Callaghan

Wondering where your favorite librarian or other Falvey staff member is located? In preparation for the fall semester, Falvey relocated some of its personnel.

Stephen Spatz, assistant Outreach and Research Support librarian, formerly in room 235, moved to room 229. Laura Matthews, the recently hired library events and outreach specialist, has moved to the desk that was Spatz’s. Rebecca (Becky) Whidden, a member of Access Services, is the interim library events and program coordinator while Regina (Gina) Duffy is on maternity leave. Whidden joins other Outreach team members in room 235.

Alexander (Alex) Williams is also covering for a colleague who is on maternity leave. Williams, who had served previously as the interim theology/humanities liaison librarian, now serves as temporary Research Support librarian for social sciences. His new office is room 223, the office normally occupied by Kristyna Carroll who is now on maternity leave. Williams first came to Falvey as an intern for the Academic Integration and Information and Research Assistance teams in 2013 while attending Drexel University’s iSchool.

Darren Poley, Scholarly Outreach team leader and theology librarian, has returned to his office in room 234.

Judith (Judy) Olsen, who retired in 2013, returns to Falvey as the liaison librarian for Education and Psychology. Her new office is room 227. Before retiring, Olsen had been the liaison librarian for the English and Theatre departments and team leader of the Communication and Publications team.

All of the above offices can be found on the second floor.

One additional move, which took place during the summer, relocated University Archivist, The Rev. Dennis J. Gallagher, OSA, PhD, and the University Archives from room 415 to a new suite on the ground floor adjacent to University Communications Creative Services Department.

Confused? Still need help to locate someone? Access Services employees at the first floor front desk will gladly assist you. Or you can consult the online library staff directory.




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Last Modified: November 4, 2014

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