Richard Clement is the Dean of College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences. Before coming to UNM, he served as dean at Utah State University from 2008 to 2014. At USU he transformed library services to provide digital content to six campuses and numerous centers across the state. At the same time, he has insured the preservation of the unique and rare materials that constitute the collective cultural heritage. Clement has devoted his energies to balancing the digital transformation that is changing libraries and universities with the traditional values of preserving the diverse cultural heritage for all citizens and all time. Previous to USU, Clement was head of the department of special collections at the University of Kansas, where he also taught a course in the History of the Book as a courtesy professor of English.
Dr. Frances C. Wilkinson is the Senior Associate Dean of University Libraries and a Professor of Librarianship at the University of New Mexico. She is responsible for Administrative Services including facilities, budget and cost management, marketing and human resources. She also oversees Information Technology Services, the Organization, Information & Learning Sciences program and Assessment and Space.
She received her Bachelor of Arts, with distinction, in Communication her Master of Public Administration, and her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of New Mexico. She received her Master of Library Science from the University of Arizona. A member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and a past president and treasurer of the UNM chapter, she is also a member of the Pi Alpha Alpha (Public Administration) and Pi Lambda Theta (Education) Academic Honor Societies.
She is the author of five books and over fifty articles, chapters, columns, and reports. She teaches graduate courses in the Organization, Information, and Learning Sciences program. Her research and consulting interests include leadership, management, organizational development, competitive procurement, disaster preparedness and recovery, acquisitions, and computer ergonomics.
Dr. Mark Emmons is the Associate Dean for Puiblic Services and a Professor of Librarianship at the University of New Mexico. He is responsible for access services, interlibary loan, reference, instruction, collections, and research data services.
Mark has over twenty years of professional experience as an academic librarian, working at Occidental College before accepting a faculty position at UNM. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and his Master of Library Science at the University of California, Los Angeles, and his Doctor of Education at the University of New Mexico.
Mark is the author of the book Film and Television: A Guide to the Reference Literature and has published extensively about film resources, information literacy and library instruction, and the value of the academic library.
Mark is an active member of the American Library Association and the Association of College & Research Libraries. He has served as a senator for the UNM Faculty Senate and as a member of numerous committees. He also serves as a mediator for the UNM Ombuds/Dispute Resolution Services.
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