Yolanda Cooper Named University Librarian at Emory

cooper_yolanda520Yolanda Cooper has been named University Librarian at Emory University in Atlanta. She will take on her new role beginning January 15. She has been serving as an associate professor, deputy university librarian, and acting dean and university librarian at the University of Miami in Florida. Earlier in her career he has held library posts at Indiana University, the University of Virginia, the University of Northern Colorado, and the University of Illinois.

Cooper holds a bachelor’s degree and a master of library sciences degree from Indiana University.

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