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Cecile Marie Jagodzinski

librarian

Cecile Marie Jagodzinski, American librarian. Certified teacher English 7th-12th grade, New York, certified public library, New York. Scholar Canisius College, 1969, New York State Board Regents, 1969, University Chicago Graduate Library. School, 1983.

Background

Jagodzinski, Cecile Marie was born on October 15, 1951 in Buffalo. Daughter of Edwin and Dorothy Evelyn (Majchrowicz) Jagodzinski.

Education

Bachelor in English, Canisius College, 1978. Master of Library Science, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1979. Chemical Abstracts Service in Library.

Science, University Chicago, 1985. Master of Arts in English, Northwestern University, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1996.

Career

Teacher English various schools, Buffalo, 1972-1978. Library I Buffalo and Erie County Public Library., 1979-1980. Assistant library Quincy (Illinois) College, 1980-1983.

Cataloger Northwestern University Law Library., Chicago, 1983-1984, head retrospective conversion project, 1984-1986. Manager technical services American Medical Library Association, 1986-1988. Cataloger Illinois State University, Normal, 1988-1989, head catalog department, 1989-1993, coordinator collection management, 1993—2002.

Assistant director Indiana University, 2002—2003, director collection development, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher English 7th-12th grade, New York, certified public library, New York.

Works

  • Contributor book reviews and articles to academy journals.

Membership

Member American Library Association, Modern Language Association, Association College and Research Libraries, Society for History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, Renaissance English Text Society, Beta Phi Museum.