Marcoline Joins NYSHEI Board

Beverly Marcoline, Assistant Vice President for Library and Information Technology Services at Utica College, has joined the Governing Board of NYSHEI to represent the Small / Medium Category of private institutions and to fill the seat vacated by Gary Thompson.

Originally from Whitesboro, NY, Beverly graduated from Utica College in 1970 with a bachelor’s of art degree in psychology and a minor in sociology and earned her master of library science degree from the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. She worked for more than 11 years at the Hamilton College Science Library before joining Utica College in 1999 to begin her professional career as Science Reference Librarian. With additional duties as the library’s web coordinator, she created and launched Utica College Library’s first interactive web site.

In 2004, Beverly was named Director of the Library, where she considered it her main goal to create a more visible library, integrating library research services into the daily lives of the members of the college community. Working to strengthen the library’s educational offerings by recruiting dynamic new staff and spearheading projects to improve campus awareness all library resources, services, and access, has proven effective in more than doubling usage statistics over the past four years.

In June 2008, Beverly assumed additional responsibilities as Assistant Vice President, being charged with creating and leading a vision for library and information technology services that are linked to the college’s strategic plan and responsive to its present and future needs.

Beverly served for several years on the CLRC advisory committee for the Hospital Library Service Program, and chaired the Middle States Review Planning, Resource Allocation, and Institutional Renewal Sub-Committee during the past 3 years. Her professional and personal activities and interests include mentoring library leadership, assessment of library services, and spending quality time with her four children, two grandchildren, and with family and friends on the golf course.

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