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University Librarian

Betsey Jean Brenneman, American university librarian. Nominee Excellence in Teaching, Worcester State College, 2005; recipient Outstanding Performance Recognition award, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 2005. Member of American Library Association, Association College & Research Library., (New England Chapter) (bibliographic instruction president 1984-1986).

Background

Brenneman, Betsey Jean was born on October 15, 1946 in Bennington, Vermont, United States. Daughter of Charles James Brenneman and Barbara Harriet Niles.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Kent State University, Ohio, 1968. Master of Library Science, Syracuse University, New York, 1971. Master of Arts in Teaching, Fitchburg State College, Massachusetts, 1977.

Career

Reference library Fitchburg State College, Massachusetts, 1971—1976. Acquisitions library Worcester State College, 1977—1993, acting director, 1993—1999, electronic resources library, since 1999, adjunct instructor, computer science department, since 2001. Adjunct faculty, graduate school library & information studies University Rhode Island, Kingston, since 1976.

Politics

Every human being regardless of its race, gender or sexual orientation should have all human and civil rights.

Views

Holiness is not just about personal spirituality and prayer. It will also be expressed through a commitment to social justice and enabling other people to become followers of Jesus.

Membership

Member of American Library Association, Association College & Research Library., (New England Chapter) (bibliographic instruction president 1984-1986).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, golf.

Connections

father:
Charles James Brenneman

mother:
Barbara Harriet Niles