Changes at Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries

March 10, 2011 at 11:19 am | Posted in General News, Professional Development | Leave a comment

[From Bill Garrity, Director, Dartmouth College Biomedical Libraries]

An exciting change for me was announced in late February. After twenty-five years in academic librarianship (university and biomedical), I am recalibrating to university computing services (at Dartmouth).

I have been blessed by wonderful colleagues and inspiring mentors and bosses, at top-flight institutions (Chicago, Penn, Dartmouth), throughout my library career.  Now, I have a wonderful opportunity to contribute to university computing services at a time when I believe the two practices are starting to converge.

Cindy Stewart and Peggy Sleeth, our inestimably skilled associate directors, will be acting co-directors of the Biomedical Libraries.  Jeff Horrell, Dean of Libraries/Librarian of the College, is working with College, Medical School, and Dartmouth-Hitchcock leaderships about next steps.

To the extent I have contributed good work to Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock, it’s because the staff of the Biomedical Libraries is so incredibly good.  They are peerless.

The NAHSL membership thanks Bill for his many years of professional service and wishes him all the best in this career move. Geeky, but GREAT! 🙂

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