Tuesday, October 8, 2019
New Members

IATUL currently has more than 260 members from more than 70 different countries worldwide. Each member brings in new perspectives and multifaceted experiences and specialized knowledge, and thus is an enrichment for the IATUL community.

A warm welcome to new IATUL members!

September 2019

Emory University
Atlanta, United States
Ms Yolanda Cooper

Melbourne Polytechnic, Library
Abbotsford, Australia
Ms Clare O'Dwyer

Tezpur University, Library
Tezpur, India
Dr Mukesh Saikia

The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Library
Ibadan, Nigeria
Ms Kathleen Chinyere Phillips

“The decision to join the association is premised on the need to acquire more knowledge and be abreast with current issues affecting the profession. This will afford me the ability to develop new skills through participation in professional development activities gained by networking with prospective colleagues who share similar interest and career goals.
Also, I wish to work for the association on the project and develop new skills to improve the profession at the local level by sharing knowledge acquired with my colleagues in my Library. This will promote and help improve our work as Librarians.
I will also be a good contact for the body to promote your contribution to the profession.”

July 2019

American University of Sharjah, Library
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Ms Kara Jones

Royal Commission Yanbu Colleges & Institutes (RCYCI)
Yanbu Al Sinaiyah, Saudi Arabia
Mr Amani AL-Harbi

Université André E. Laroche
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Mr J. Frantz Laroche

June 2019

Brigham Young University, Harold B. Lee Library
Provo, United States
Ms Jennifer Paustenbaugh

Canterbury Christ Church University, Library
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Mr Pete Ryan

Florida International University, Libraries
Miami, United States
Dr Anne Prestamo

“With our local focus and global reach, we are the forum for the free exchange of ideas and the platform for knowledge creation and transference. Further “Global Learning for Global Citizenship” is a University priority to provide every FIU undergraduate with curricular and co-curricular opportunities to achieve the knowledge, skills and attitudes of global citizenship through global learning.  We see membership in IATUL as an opportunity to establish relationships with libraries and librarians from around the world, to enhance information exchange among colleagues.”

The University of Goroka Steven Eka, Library
Goroka, Papua New Guinea
Mr Samuel Kauga

University of Education, Winneba Library
Winneba, Ghana
Mr Viscount Buernortey Buer

May 2019

Monash University, Library
Clayton, Australia
Mr Bob Gerrity

SOAS University of London, Library
London, United Kingdom
Mr Oliver Urquart Irvine

University of Bath, Library
Bath, United Kingdom
Ms Kate Robinson

University of Pittsburgh, University Library
Pittsburgh, United States
Dr. Kornelia Tancheva

“The University of Pittsburgh Library System is delighted to have joined IATUL. We are looking forward to working with our colleagues from around the world to further international collaborations that benefit library users across the globe and enrich the library profession.”