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Library Committee

The Library Committee shall consider University-wide policies on general library operations. Members of this Committee shall be appointed by the Steering Committee, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for staggered three-year terms. Each college shall have one representative; the Colleges of Education, Business, and Social Sciences and Public Policy shall each have one additional representative; and the College of Arts and Sciences shall have four additional representatives. The Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, or their designee, the Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement, or their designee, the Dean of University Libraries, and the directors of the College of Music Allen Music Library, the College of Law Research Center, the College of Medicine Maguire Medical Library, the Harold Goldstein Library, the Dirac Science Library, and the head of Scholars Commons, shall be non-voting ex-officio members; and membership shall include a graduate student and an undergraduate student from different colleges appointed for a one-year term by the President of Student Government.

The Committee shall annually elect its chairperson from the faculty representatives. The Committee will make its recommendations to the Steering Committee which will transmit the recommendations to the Senate for action.

Robert B. Bradley Library Research Grants
(formerly the Faculty Research Library Materials Grants [FRLMG])

Florida State University Libraries 2016 QER Review

Faculty Senate Library Committee Letter of Support for University Libraries 2-2017

2020-2021 Meetings

All meetings are from 3:35pm – 5:00pm on Zoom.

  • Wednesday, September 9, 2020
  • Wednesday, October 14 2020
  • Wednesday, November 4, 2020
  • Wednesday, December 9, 2020
  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021
  • Wednesday, February 10, 2021
  • Wednesday, March 10, 2021
  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021


Banghao Chen, Arts and Sciences                             
Lindsay Dennis, Education                                                         
Amy Huber, Fine Arts                                                                  
Banyon Pelham, Applied Studies                                             
Tanya Peres, Arts and Sciences                                                
Paromita Sanyal, Social Sciences & Public Policy                 
Denise Von Glahn, Music                                                           
Kelli Williams, Law
Kenneth Robkin, Motion Picture Arts

Laurie Abbott, Nursing
Barry Faulk, Arts and Sciences
Eundeok Kim, Moran School of Entrepreneurship
Libby Lewis, Dedman School of Hospitality
Katherine Mooney, Arts and Sciences
David Orozco, Business
Svetlana Pevnitskaya, Social Sciences & Public Policy
Alysia Roehrig, Education, Chair

Irene Alexandraki, Medicine
Jennifer Copp, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Charles Hofacker, Business
Hyun Seok Hwang, Human Sciences
Jeffrey Lacasse, Social Work
Lorri Mon, Communication and Information
Kurt Piehler, Arts and Sciences
John Sobanjo, Engineering

Ex officio
Gale Etschmaier, Dean of University Libraries                      
Mike Meth, Assoc. Dean, Research & Learning                      
Laura Gayle Green, College of Music Allen Music Library  
Elizabeth Farrell Clifford, College of Law Research Center 
Martin Wood, College of Medicine Maguire Medical Library

Student Representatives (ex officio)
Jay Thompson, Graduate Student Representative                                         
Alex Smith, Undergraduate Student Representative  

Year-End Report: 2012-13

Year-End Report: 2013-14

Year-End Report: 2014-15

Year-End Report: 2015-16

Year-End Report: 2016-17

Year-End Report: 2017-18

Year-End Report: 2018-19

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