This week, we feature David Everett, Director of the Hiram College Library. Continue to check back for more faculty and staff profiles.
The opportunity to help shape a 21st century library at a small, residential liberal arts college.
The wide variety of opportunities that are available from students: large number and wide variety of study abroad trips, research, sports, clubs, etc.
I’m the product of a small, liberal arts college with a master’s in history.
Just one? Probably David McCullough’s Truman. Great writing, great story, great subject.
Passionate, but I’m always surprised at how many different things Hiram students are passionate about. That’s part of what makes Hiram such an interesting place to be.
Mostly working with them one on one to help them solve research issues, whether it be getting hold of a specific article or just finding what has been written on a topic.
No two days are ever alike.
Spent my summers during college working for the U.S. Forest Service in Montana.
The chance to grow, I hope, as a leader.
I think it is the staff – whether it is helping them one on one or working behind the scenes to help make a better library for their research. And, of course, having OhioLINK doesn’t hurt.