About Us

Catherine Murray-Rust

Welcome to the Georgia Tech Library. At the end of fall 2010 semester, Provost Rafael Bras asked me and my colleagues to integrate the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons with the Library. The Library was a logical choice for this important effort, not only because Library faculty and staff have many years of experience managing large academic spaces that service the entire campus, but also because many of the innovations that are featured in Clough Commons were first tested in the Library.

Georgia Tech students believe that the Library belongs to them, and they have the right and the responsibility to make it a focal point of their time at Tech. The Library's goal is to extend that sense of ownership to the Clough Commons. Our work is to ensure that the facility is well managed, services are supported and integrated with established ones in the Library, and new programs are offered that inspire creativity inside and outside the classroom. Our aim is to collaborate with the academic support partners resident in the building and with all of the colleges to fulfill this new building's promise.

Future plans include expanding services for graduate students and faculty members engaged in research and teaching while transforming Price Gilbert Memorial Library, Crosland Tower and Clough Commons into a vibrant academic and cultural center at the heart of campus.

Sincerely,
Catherine Murray-Rust
Vice Provost Learning Excellence & Dean of Libraries

LIBRARY & LEARNING EXCELLENCE ADMINISTRATION

Jeff Carrico
Bruce Henson
Donna Llewellyn
Kimberly Mull
Vanessa Payne
Morinee Terry
Kathy Tomajko
Jeff Carrico
Associate Dean
Scholarly Communications
& Access
Bruce Henson
Associate Dean
Research & Learning Services
Donna Llewellyn
Associate Vice Provost
for Learning
Excellence
Kimberly Mull
Director, Security, Facilities & Logistics
Vanessa Payne
Director,
Business Operations
Morinee Terry
Human Resources Business Partner
Kathy Tomajko
Associate Dean
Partnerships, Communications & Assessment