As Dean of Libraries, Sue provides strategic leadership for Dartmouth's libraries. She is overall responsible for the ongoing development of the libraries' services, staff, collections and facilities.
Sue joined Dartmouth from the University of Cambridge, England, where she served as Deputy University Librarian from 2009 to 2016. In that capacity, she has been closely involved in strategic planning, building partnerships throughout the University of Cambridge and helping to establish cooperation across a network of more than 100 libraries in the 800-year-old University.
Before Cambridge, Sue was user services librarian at Queens University Belfast; assistant librarian, deputy user services librarian, and serials librarian at the London School of Economics; and senior information officer for the Confederation of British Industry. She began her library career as assistant librarian at Manchester Metropolitan University.
A graduate of the University of British Columbia, where she majored in English and German, Sue earned a master's in English from Queen's University Belfast, a postgraduate diploma in library and information studies from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, an executive MBA from Queen's University Belfast, and a master of arts from Cambridge. She participated in the Future Leaders Program through the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, and was a 2014 fellow at the Leading Change Institute in Washington, D.C.
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