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Mary Margaret Wagner

educator , library and information scientist

Mary Margaret Wagner, American library and information scientist, educator. Recipient Bonnie Jean Keley and Jean Kelly award Faculty Excellence, 2006; grantee United States Embassy, Maseru, Lesotho, Africa, British Consulate, Maseru, Federal Institute Museum and Library. Sciences, various foundations, Upper Midwest Association for Intercultural Education travel grantee Associate Colleges Twin Cities.


Wagner, Mary Margaret was born on February 4, 1946 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Harvey F.J. and Yvonne M. (Brettner) Wagner.


Bachelor, College St. Catherine, St. Paul, 1969. Master of Library Science, University Washington, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 2003.


Assistant library St. Margarets Academy, Minneapolis, 1969-1970. Library Derham Hall High School, St. Paul, 1970-1971. Youth worker The Bridge for Runaways, Minneapolis, 1971-1972.

Library Guthrie Theater Reference and Research Library., 1973-1975. Assistant branch library St. Paul Public Library., 1975. Professor department information management College St. Catherine, St. Paul, since 1975.

Delaware Minnesota Governor's Pre-White House Conference on Libraries and Information Services, 1990. Member Minnesota Pre-White House Program Committee, 1989-1990, Continuing Library. Information and Media Education Committee Minnesota Department Education, Library.

Development and Services, 1980-1983, 87-2002. Member community faculty Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, since 1980. Member core revision committee College St. Catherine, 1992-1993, faculty budget advisory committee, 1992-1995, faculty personnel committee, 1989-1992, 2001-2004, academy computing committee 1991-1996, educational policies committee, 1998-1901.

Chair curriculum subcommittee Minnesota Volunteer Certified Committee, since 1993.


Board directors Christian Sharing Fund, 1976-1980, chair, 1977-1978. Fellow: Higher Edn Consortia for Urban Affairs (board directors 1998—2007). Member: ALISE (chair international relations committee 2001-2003), American Library Association (library book fellows program 1990-1991), Minnesota Educational Media Organization, Minnesota Library.

Association (president 1981-1982, chair continuing education committee 1987-1990, steering committee Readers Advisory Roundtable 1989-1991), Special Library. Association, American Society Indexers, American Society Information Science.


Married William Moore, June 16, 1978. Children: Lebohang Y.C., Nora M.