BethAnn Zambella, Director of Libraries at Denison, one of twenty top managers of academic libraries from across the nation, has been selected for the 2020 UCLA Library Senior Fellows program. More than 250 fellows have attended the biennial program since it was established in 1982, and about 100 of its alumni have gone on to become library directors, including about 60 at Association of Research Libraries institutions.

“UCLA’s senior fellows program consistently produces the next generation of library leaders in the academic world,” said Brian Schottlaender, program director and a member of the 1995 cohort. “It’s the combination of management perspectives, strategic thinking, and practical and theoretical approaches to the issues confronting academic libraries that prepare our fellows to go on to distinguished careers in the field.”

Considered the longest-running leadership development program in the library profession, the UCLA Library Senior Fellows program is administratively hosted and generously supported by the UCLA Library.

The 2020 cohort will arrive on the UCLA campus on July 13 for a three-week residential program featuring lectures, panels, workshops, and field trips.

February 17, 2020