Linda Galloway is the biology, chemistry and forensic sciences librarian at Syracuse University Library. She helps expedite access to scholarly resources using a variety of tools and techniques. Prior to her current appointment, she was an instruction, grants and reference librarian at SUNY-ESF. She has a BS in chemistry from Long Island University and an MSLIS from Syracuse University. Linda has leadership roles in the Special Libraries Association – Upstate Chapter and is a member of the Academic, Chemistry and Science and Technology divisions. She also serves on the board of the Pi Lambda Sigma Chapter of Beta Phi Mu.
Building a Bridge from the Research Office to the Moon, SLA Contributed Papers (2008)
Creating an information services “bridge” – from the library to another department within an institution...