Kimberly Miller is Research and Instruction Librarian for Emerging Technologies at Towson University, and also serves as liaison to TU’s Psychology Department. Kim earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The College of Idaho and her Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan’s School of Information, where she specialized in Library and information Services. She can be reached at kimberlymiller at towson.edu
Carissa Tomlinson is the First Year Experience Librarian and liaison to Nursing and Women’s Studies at Towson University. She formally served as an Emerging Technologies Librarian at the same university. Her background is diverse with an undergraduate major in Women’s Studies and a minor in Global Studies from the University of Minnesota. She completed her Masters in Library and Information Science degree from Dominican University in 2007 and followed her studies with a post-graduate internship at Vanderbilt’s Biomedical Library in Nashville. Her areas of interest include health sciences librarianship, emerging technologies, instructional design, and information literacy for millennials. Outside of work, she enjoys exploring Baltimore with her husband Darren and their greyhounds Olive and Oscar. She can be reached at ctomlinson at towson.edu
David Dahl is an Emerging Technologies Librarian at Albert S. Cook Library, serving as Liaison to Computer Science, Mathematics, and Homeland Security. He received dual masters degrees in Library Science and Information Science from Indiana University-Bloomington in June 2008. His research interests range from organizational informatics to project management to information literacy instruction and assessment to web design and programming. He holds bachelors degrees in Music Composition and Comparative Literature from IU. In addition to music, literature and libraries, his interests include playing tennis, biking, cooking, and eating apples while exploring new places. He can be reached at ddahl at towson.edu
Carrie was a Reference and Instruction Librarian for Emerging Technologies at Towson University, serving as library liaison to Art and Women’s Studies. She earned her Bachelor’s in Women’s and Gender Studies from the University of Oregon and her Master’s in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She enjoys road biking, hiking, dinner parties, Tar Heel basketball, knitting circles, playing cards, and (like every good librarian) reading.