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About Nancy A Cunningham

Nancy Cunningham is the Director of Library Liaison Services at the University of South Florida Tampa Library and has been at this institution since 2005 when she assumed the position of Associate Director of Reference and Instruction. Current areas of responsibility include reference/research, outreach and library instruction services to all faculty and students on the USF Tampa campus. She currently oversees a department consisting of 10 librarians including one Associate Director of Instructional Services. Since receiving her graduate degree in library science in 1986, Nancy has worked in both corporate and academic libraries as a business librarian, and manager of library services at several public university academic libraries. Her areas of interest have been accounting research, library organizations, and the use of emerging technologies by reference librarians. Nancy is fluent in Spanish and has worked to develop collections on Latin American at USF Libraries.

Positions

Present Director, Library Liaison Services, USF Tampa Library, University of South Florida
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • 2013 ALA RUSA MARS (now ETS) – “My Favorite Martian Award”
  • 2006 Fellow - Peabody College (Vanderbilt University) Summer Institute - Academic Library Leadership
  • 1997 Distinguished M.B.A. Graduate, 1997 (Summa cum Laude)
  • 1997 Texas Library Association’s Tall Texan Leadership & Development Institute
  • 1992 ALA Book Fellows Program - Library Fellow (Monterrey, Mexico, 1992-1993)
  • 1986 Della Sisler Fellowship (University of California, Berkeley, 1986)

Education

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MBA, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, TX
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MLIS, University of California, Berkeley
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BA, San Francisco State University
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Contact Information

University of South Florida
Tampa Library
4202 E.Fowler Avenue/LIB 122
Tampa, Florida 33620-5400
Office: LIB107
Tel: 974-0450
Email: nancy@usf.edu


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