Richard Hulser, Chief Librarian, has experience in a variety of information services arenas including academic and corporate libraries. His early studies included internship work in the Education Department at the American Museum of Natural History. Richard holds an ALA accredited M.A. in librarianship and information management from the University of Denver; M.Ed. in instructional media and instructional product development from Utah State University; and B.S. in Earth and Space Sciences from Stony Brook University.
In addition to managing print materials, Richard is responsible for electronic content and the library's internet presence. He has written many articles on technology strategy planning, visualization of information, and been an invited speaker at international professional association meetings. Richard is a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) and has served on the SLA Board of Directors. He was recognized with the SLA 2010 member achievement award for his contributions to the association and library profession.
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