According to infoDOCKET “Librarians from Oklahoma State University, the Indiana University and DePaul University were today announced as finalists for dean of University Libraries at CU Boulder.
Cinthya Ippoliti, associate dean for Research and Learning Services at Oklahoma State University (OSU); Robert McDonald, associate dean for Research and Technology Strategies at the Indiana University (IU) and Scott Walter, university librarian at DePaul University, were named finalists by a search committee chaired by CU Boulder Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez…
Cinthya Ippoliti, Oklahoma State University
At OSU, Ippoliti leads the library’s academic liaison program and manages services for undergraduate and graduate students. She helped to create OSU’s Coalition for Advancing Digital Research and is leading the effort to develop a new Research and Innovation Commons at OSU, which is set to break ground in the summer of 2018.
Previously, she was head of Teaching and Learning Services at the University of Maryland, where she managed spaces, services and programming offered by the Terrapin Learning Commons.
Robert McDonald, Indiana University
At IU, McDonald provides library information system and discovery services to the entire IU system. At IU’s Bloomington campus, he manages projects tied to scholarly communications, new model publishing and technologies that support teaching and learning. As deputy director of the campus’s Data to Insight Center, he works on new research related to large data analysis, storage and preservation.
His research interests include technology management and integration of lean and agile frameworks, learning eco-systems, data cyberinfrastructure and big data analytics.
Scott Walter, DePaul University
At DePaul, Walter leads strategic planning and transformative change in the areas of library services, collections, information technology and facilities, as well as library assessment, communications and advancement.
He is overseeing the $12-plus million renovation of the John T. Richardson Library, including university-wide partnerships centered in the Learning Commons, Scholar’s Lab and Maker Hub. He also provides leadership for Chicago Collections, a Chicago consortium of libraries, museums and archives. He has authored or edited 25 journal articles, book chapters and monographs.
Fiez said dates for campus visits will be as follows: Cinthya Ippoliti, Feb. 28; Scott Walter, March 2; and Robert McDonald, March 5. More specific information on the time and place of candidate forums will be announced in CU Boulder Today in the coming days.
According to Cision PRWeb “the management consulting firms Clarke & Company and Processed Media announced that they have completed a merger. The newly combined firm, named Clarke & Esposito (http://www.ce-strategy.com), will maintain offices in Washington, DC, and New York.
Joe Esposito, Processed Media’s principal, is Senior Partner in the new firm. Clarke & Company’s Michael Clarke is the new firm’s Managing Partner. Also joining the combined firm as Partner is Pam Harley, who has been working with Clarke & Company…
The new firm will concentrate principally on strategic consulting services related to professional and academic publishing and information services. The client list for the predecessor organizations ranges across many of the most renowned and innovative organizations working in science, medicine, technology, and education, including both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Association clients include the American Medical Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, IEEE, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Physics, American Psychological Association, New England Journal of Medicine, American College of Cardiology, American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Society for Microbiology, CFA Institute, Materials Research Society, Modern Language Association, and a great many others. Library clients include the Center for Research Libraries, OhioLINK, American Library Association, and OCLC. University clients include Oxford, Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Cornell, California, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Chicago. Work in the philanthropic sector includes the Mellon, Hewlett, and MacArthur foundations as well as the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Governmental and NGO clients include the Wilson Center and the National Academy of Sciences. Software companies such as Silverchair, Atypon, Aries Systems, Digital Science, Hewlett Packard, and Microsoft are also on the client list…”