Twenty librarians promoted
Barbara Rockenbach, Stephen F. Gates ’68 University Librarian, and the Yale Library Promotion Review Committee recently announced 2022 promotions for 20 librarians from across the library system. Yale Library’s five-level librarian ranking system is used to assess and recognize achievement and growth in specialized knowledge, skills, leadership, and contributions to the profession.
Librarian I to II: Carla Baricz, Librarian for Literature in English and Comparative Literature; Jeanne Lowrey, Archivist / Librarian
Librarian II to III: Kathy Bohlman, Archivist, Arts Library Special Collections; Alexandria Brackett, Clinical Research and Education Librarian; Stephanie Bredbenner, Processing Archivist; Tess Colwell, Arts Librarian for Research Services; Alicia Detelich, Archivist; Alyssa Grimshaw, Clinical Research and Education Librarian; Caitlin Meyer, Research and Education Librarian & Coordinator of Instruction; Eric Sonnenberg, Archivist for Legal Collections; Rachel Sperling, Librarian for Environmental Studies
Librarian III to IV: Alison Clemens, Assistant Head of Arrangement and Description; Barbara Esty, Data Librarian; Michael Printy, Head Humanities Group and Librarian for Western European Humanities; Jennifer Snow, Librarian for Anthropology, Sociology, and Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies / Program Director for Instruction; Erin Wachowicz, Librarian for Business and Management / Program Director for Marketing and Communications
Librarian IV to V: Euan Cochrane, Digital Preservation Manager; Melissa Grafe, John R. Bumstead Librarian for Medical History, Head of the Medical Historical Library; Lindsay King, former Associate Director for Access and Research Services; Lei Wang, Head of Technology and Innovation
This year’s Yale Library Promotion Review Committee members were Christine McCarthy (chair), Rosemary Davis, Rolando Garcia-Milian, Grete Graf, James Kessenides, Mike Lotstein, Scott Matheson, and Elisa Nascimento.
Photo by Robert Lisak