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Mentoring for Leadership Development

Irene Herold, Dean of the Library, Keene State College

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21st-Century Expertise in Academic Libraries

James G. Neal, Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian, Columbia University

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Methods for Establishing and Maintaining an Equitable Salary Structure

Brian W. Keith, Associate Dean, Human and Financial Resources, University of Florida Libraries

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New Roles, New Expertise, New Hiring Practices (K. Williams)

Karen Williams, Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning, University of Minnesota

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Leadership Development Strategies: The Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) Management Academy

Nicole Saylor, Head, Digital Research and Publishing, University of Iowa Libraries

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Succession Planning and Management

Pat Hawthorne, Interim Chief Administrative Officer, Emory University

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Professional Competencies

Kathleen De Long, Associate University Librarian, Human Resources and Teaching/Learning, University of Alberta Libraries

Michael Brewer, Librarian, Team Leader for Instructional Services, University of Arizona Libraries

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Mentored into Management: Cultivating to Fill the Gap

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012.

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Synergy Issue 9, July 2012

In this issue, Eugenia Kim, 2010 ARL CEP Fellow, recounts her experience working as an intern, providing support for the Data Curation Profiles (DCP) project led by the Purdue University Libraries. Kiyomi Deards, 2009 ARL Diversity Scholar, provides an update on ARL efforts to recruit students from diverse backgrounds into science and technology roles in academic and research libraries. Former LCDP Fellow, Steve Adams, discusses a relatively new but important area of practice and inquiry—the Science of Team Science—and how librarians can and should insinuate themselves into the research process and be vital members of scientific research teams.

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