Student Success Librarian
The Student Success Librarian is responsible for leading and implementing programs and services that contribute to student success. The incumbent will help advance the River Campus Libraries’ (RCL) learning, and research strategies by developing projects and initiatives that support experiential learning (e.g., Karp Library Fellows, CEILAM), first-generation students, historically underrepresented students, international students, and students in the primary writing requirement program. Through such work, and in coordination with the Director, Learning Initiatives, the librarian will create meaningful connections with students and student groups and showcase the value of the library to the student experience.
The incumbent will also work closely with library colleagues and student support units (e.g., Office of Minority Student Affairs, International Services Office, Office of Disability Resources, Career Center, Student Association,) across the university to understand, anticipate, and fulfill student research and learning needs, develop collaborative and holistic programs and supports, and strengthen connections to the library and its services.
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Published: Wednesday, April 20, 2022 02:16 UTC
Last updated: Wednesday, April 20, 2022 02:16 UTC