Miami Presents: An inside look into the modern library with Jerome Conley

Presented on: Thursday, June 15th at 12:00 PM EDT

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Join Brad Bundy, vice president for University Advancement, and Jerome Conley, the Dean of the University Libraries, to discuss the role of a modern library and to answer your questions, which we welcome you to submit on the registration form.

Jerome Conley has served as Dean & University Librarian for the Miami University Libraries since January 2013. He began his career at Miami in 1992 when he was appointed a minority resident librarian.

Conley has served in numerous positions during his time at Miami including coordinating head of special libraries, assistant to the dean, and reference librarian for the departments of government documents and law, maps library, and the Brill Science Library.

Conley is also a former President of the Academic Library Association of Ohio and has served on numerous committees within the American Library Association. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science, an area certificate in Uralic and Altaic studies, and a master’s degree in library science from Indiana University. Dean Conley currently resides in Oxford, Ohio and is originally from Muncie, Indiana.

Brad Bundy, vice president for University Advancement, has led fundraising efforts at Miami for 21 years, and he stepped into the top leadership position in University Advancement in April 2022.

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