Robert Thompson, Trustee Professor and director of the Bleier Center for Televsion and Popular Cultures in the school of Newhouse, had a few words to say regarding Roseanne Barr’s racial tweets that lead to the cancellation of her ABC show,…
Galloway appointed biology, chemistry and forensic sciences librarian at Syracuse University
Linda Galloway was recently appointed as biology, chemistry and forensic sciences librarian at Syracuse University Library. In this position, Galloway works with faculty and students to facilitate access to the information resources and tools necessary for their academic success. She will be involved in a number of collaborative initiatives to promote the Library’s value-added content and connect researchers to the Library.
Prior to her current appointment, Galloway was an instruction, grants and reference librarian at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She has a B.S. in chemistry from Long Island University and an MSLIS from SU.
Galloway has served in leadership roles in the Upstate Chapter of the Special Libraries Association and is a member of the academic, chemistry, and science and technology divisions. She also serves on the board of the Pi Lambda Sigma Chapter of Beta Phi Mu, the international library science honor society.