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Associate Dean of Collections Daniel Mack Appointed Interim Dean of Libraries

Mack to serve in role July 1–October 1, 2024

Daniel Mack

Associate Dean of Libraries for Collection Strategies and Services, Daniel Mack, will serve as interim Dean of Libraries from July 1–October 1, 2024. Appointed by Senior Vice President and Provost Jennifer King Rice, Mack will assume the role upon the retirement of Dr. Adriene Lim on June 30, 2024. Mack’s appointment will aid the leadership transition once the search for the new Dean concludes.

"I am grateful that Daniel Mack has agreed to serve as interim Dean of Libraries. I recognize the critical need to keep our Libraries running smoothly and for staff to receive the support they need to fulfill this critical function of our academic and research missions”, said Provost Rice. “I remain committed to selecting a new dean who can build on the strengths of the Libraries and lead them to even greater prominence."

Associate Dean Mack currently leads policy creation and implementation, strategic planning, program development, and assessment for library collections. He has advanced degrees in library science and ancient history and has taught college courses in ancient history, Roman archaeology, classical literature and Latin grammar. His scholarship includes work as co-editor of the Association of College and Research Libraries’ monograph Interdisciplinarity and Academic Libraries, as consulting editor for Brill's New Pauly: Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World, and as series editor of the American Library Association’s Publications in Librarianship Series.

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