Maggie Murphy Joins ROI as First-Year Instruction and Humanities Librarian

University Libraries welcomed Maggie Murphy in July as its new First-Year Instruction and Humanities Librarian in Research, Outreach and Instruction (ROI). Murphy holds a Master of Library and Information Science from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from Sarah Lawrence College. She is also pursuing a Master of Science in First-Year Studies from Kennesaw State University.

Prior to joining University Libraries, Murphy served as a Reference and Instruction Librarian at Georgia Highlands College, a Visual Resources Curator at Queens College-City University of New York and an Evening and Weekend Reference Librarian at St. Francis College.

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