A graduate of Converse College, Angela is the Circulation Manager. She supervises the student assistants at the circulation desk and helps you with course reserves and interlibrary loan. Outside of work, Angela likes to paint and spend time with family.
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When asked by students, Mr. Brown says that he has worked in Wofford's library for about as long as the "Dave Matthews Band" has been a household name. As a librarian, he enjoys wearing a variety of hats: assisting students, staff, and faculty with research questions; selecting information resources to add to the library's collection; and teaching. Each semester Mr. Brown audits a Wofford course and performs with the Wofford Singers. Outside of work, he writes essays, draws with ink, sails, canoes, fly-fishes, ties trout flies, rides other people’s horses, bird-watches, gardens, practices yoga, tap-dances, and plays the electric bass in his five-year-old niece's rock band, The Pinkos, which was named after her favorite color.
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This position is vacant.
A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Tiara is the Circulation Assistant. She supervises the student assistants at the circulation desk and helps you with pascal and interlibrary loan items. Outside of work, Tiara likes to read and spend time with family.
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As Director of Library Collections, Discovery and Access Services at Sandor Teszler Library, April is responsible for collection development strategies, acquiring new resources to support the liberal arts curriculum, and coordinating discovery services. She holds an MLS from the University at Buffalo and an MA from Medaille College in Education Preparation. She publishes articles and book chapters on accessing library resources and inclusive library programming. She is involved in the Polish American Librarians Association and holds leadership positions in the American Library Association and the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services. In her spare time she enjoys knitting, aerial yoga, and traveling with friends.
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Katie Walsh is our part-time circulation assistant. Katie makes sure the library runs smoothly on the weekends. She also helps us with our social media. When not at work, Katie likes to build mansions for her hamsters.
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Mr. Meagher is an archivist and librarian and cares for, organizes, interprets, and makes available those special and unique materials held by the library (that are not part of the College or Methodist Archives), including manuscripts, collections of documents, books, and some historical objects. Outside of the library, he enjoys playing and recording music, kicking around a soccer ball, playing a video game or two, and walks, hikes, and goes camping.
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Juana works tirelessly to ensure that the library building is clean and tidy. Thanks to Juana, one can hardly tell that there are thousands of library users in the building each week!
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Dr. Stone works to acquire and preserve the historic records of the college and the Methodist Church in South Carolina and helps researchers with questions in those areas. He researches and writes about South Carolina history and teaches southern politics. He’s a member of Spartanburg’s Board of Architectural Design and Historic Review and enjoys local history, cooking, reading, and living in an old house.
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Ms. Witsell teaches Wofford's students research skills. She is the subject librarian for English, Business, Humanities, and Anthropology, among others. She enjoys serving as an advisor to freshmen and loves helping students dig up perfect sources for research projects. In her spare time, Ms. Witsell likes to pretend to be in charge of her two cats but she knows they have trained her well.
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Subject librarians at Wofford serve the faculty and students by providing research consultations, information literacy instruction, developing collections to support teaching and learning, and by supporting student and faculty scholarship.