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Humanities educator

Maria Anna Jankowska, Polish humanities educator. Recipient Movers and Shakers award Library. Journal, 2002; scholar Smithsonian Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington, 1985; fellow U California, Berkeley School Library and Information Studies, 1989, Fulbright Foundation, 2004-2005; grantee Research Council Grant, University Idaho, 1990, 95, 2001, International Research and Exchs. Board, Washington, 1995, 96.


Jankowska, Maria Anna was born on August 12, 1952 in Jarocin, Poland. Daughter of Tadeusz and Aleksandra (Ruszkowska) Nocun.


Master of Arts, School of Economics, Poznan, Poland, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, School of Economics, Poznan, Poland, 1983. Master Library. Information Science, University California, Berkeley, 1989.


Research and teaching assistant School of Economics, Poznan, 1976-1983, assistant professor, 1983-1985. Catalog library, assistant professor University Idaho, Moscow, 1989-1994, network resources library, 1995—2000, associate professor, 2001, professor, 2001—2007. Social sciences library University of California at Los Angeles Young Research Library., Los Angeles, since 2007.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Electronic Guide to Polish Research and University Libraries, 1996, Idaho Geospatial Data Center, 1998. Founding editor Green Library. Journal, 1991-1994.

      General editor Electronic Green Journal, since 1994.


Member American Library Association (chair task force on environmental 1993-1995, 98-), Idaho Library. Association, Beta Phi Museum.


Married Piotr L. Jankowski, January 14, 1978. Children: Pawel Pat, Marta Maja.

Tadeusz Nocun

Aleksandra (Ruszkowska) Nocun

Piotr L. Jankowski

Pawel Pat Jankowska

Marta Maja Jankowska