University Libraries Name New Director at Medical Sciences Library

By Marketing and Communications | 05-29-2019


COLLEGE STATION (May 2019)- The Texas A&M University Libraries is excited to announce that Stephanie Fulton has been named the new Director at the Medical Sciences Library.  Ms. Fulton spent the past eight years as the Executive Director of the Research Medical Library at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

Stephanie is a long-time member of the Medical Library Association (MLA) and the South Central Chapter (SCC). She has served in numerous leadership roles in both organizations and is currently in her last year of a three-year term on the Board of Directors of MLA. She is also serving on the TexShare Advisory Board for the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

She earned her MSIS from the University of North Texas with a focus in medical informatics and a BS in psychology from Texas A&M.  Ms. Fulton served for nine years as an adjunct faculty for the College of Information at the University of North Texas teaching online searching. 

“I am excited to be back at Texas A&M. My role as associate dean and director of the Medical Sciences Library will grant me the opportunity and responsibility of shaping and developing library programs and services for our faculty and students,” said Fulton. “There is an extraordinary amount of talent and resources dedicated to the education and research mission of Texas A&M through the University Libraries and I look forward to working with my colleagues to strengthen our partnerships and collaborations.”

 

 


 

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