Elizabeth currently serves as the Assistant Director and Head of the Research & Instruction Department at Tisch Library, Tufts University. In her position she is responsible for developing, promoting, and assessing the teaching and learning strategy of the library both within her department as well as across the library liaison program. As a member of the library’s executive council, Elizabeth is deeply engaged with the strategic and annual planning processes within the library, where her strong background in assessment and data visualization are a key asset.
Prior to Tufts, she was an Associate Library Professor and Science & Engineering Librarian at the University of Vermont, where she had responsibility for instruction, data management, scholarly communications, collections management, and digital content and instructional design. During her tenure at Vermont, Elizabeth was awarded the 2012 Milton H. Crouch Faculty Excellence in Research Award, and her sabbatical research on data management services won the 2018 Best Publication Award by the American Society for Engineering Education’s Engineering Libraries Division.
A native of Madison, Wisconsin, she lives just outside of Boston with her husband, Abe, and their daughter, Natalie, but still cheers for her beloved Badgers and Packers.
MS in Food Systems, University of Vermont, 2016
MA in Library and Information Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006
BA in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002