Lucretia McCulley is Director of Outreach Services at the University of Richmond Boatwright Memorial Library in Richmond, VA. Lucretia has been an ACRL member since 1985 and is your ACRL member of the week.
1. Describe yourself in three words: Curious, Persistent, Dedicated.
2. What are you reading right now? A Wasted Vigil by Nadeem Aslam.
3. Describe ACRL in three words: Supportive, Informative, Focused.
4. Why did you join ACRL? To network with other academic librarians and to stay current on new and emerging issues within academic librarianship
5. What do you value about academic or research librarianship? At the end of each work day, I always value my interaction with library users–assisting and teaching students, staff and faculty.
6. In your own words: Academic librarianship opens up new knowledge and learning each day, for both myself and users. The intersection of content knowledge and research skills is a great example of educational collaboration and I continue to be excited about the process after 30 years in the profession. I started my career in academic librarianship in 1981–the year the PC was introduced–and it’s been an adventure every day since then!
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