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Gerald Anthony Notaro Edit Profile

University Librarian

Gerald Anthony Notaro, American university librarian. Certified school library media specialist New York, 1975, public library New York, 1976. Recipient Professorial Excellence Program award, University South Florida, 1997.

Background

Notaro, Gerald Anthony was born on June 25, 1950 in Buffalo. Son of Sebastian Frank and Rosalie Patricia Notaro.

Education

Bachelor, Canisius College, Buffalo, 1972. Master of Library Science, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1976.

Career

Head to instructional media Franklin College, Indiana, 1981—1985. Library University South Florida, St. Petersburg, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Certified school library media specialist New York, 1975, public library New York, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor various media reviews.

Membership

Founder and secretary Kenwood Neighborhood Association, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1985—1988. Review committee member Charter Review Committee, City St. Petersburg, 2001—2002. Founder and chair FLA LBGT Library.

Services Support Group, Orlando, since 2003. Board member Pinellas County American Civil Liberties Union, St. Petersburg, 1986—2000. Board member and secretary St. Pete Pride, 2003—2006.

Member of Florida Library. Association (two section chairs since 1986, founder, media services libraries 1986—2003, chair, media services librs 1986—2003).

Connections

father:
Sebastian Frank

mother:
Rosalie Patricia Notaro