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Thursday, July 22, 2010

New Employees at Chesnutt Library!

-->Andrea Putnam is the Bibliographic Instruction and Distance Education Librarian. She began her position at Charles Chesnutt Library on March 15, 2010. Andrea graduated from University of Toronto, Canada with a Bachelor of Arts double major in Political Science and English in 2005, and a Master of Science in Library and Information Science from Drexel University, Philadelphia in 2008. She has 14 years experience in public libraries, working in over 25 library branches. Andrea encourages professors and instructors to reach out to her for in-class library instruction, as well as consultations with students. She can be reached at 910-672-1242, or by email at (Updated 5/27/2016)

Shamella Cromartie is the Government Documents and Reference Assistant at the Charles W. Chesnutt Library at Fayetteville State University. She began her position on February 1, 2010 after working in a public library over 10 years. She works half time in the Government Documents department and half time in the Reference Department. Shamella is an alumni of Fayetteville State University, having graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She is currently pursuing her MLS from North Carolina Central University. She can be reached in the Government Documents Department (9:00-1:00) at 910-672-1519 or in the Reference Department (2:00-6:00) at 910-672-1230, or by email at .


  • At 8:41 AM , Anonymous April White said...

    Congrats to you both.


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