Peggy Sullivan

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American librarian

Why Is Peggy Sullivan Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Peggy Sullivan was an American librarian and educator. She was elected president of the American Library Association and was a scholar of the history of librarianship. Biography Throughout her career, Sullivan served as:Dean, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University , River Forest, Illinois Executive Director, American Library Association, Chicago, Illinois Director and Professor, University Libraries, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, Illinois Dean and Professor, College of Professional Studies, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, Illinois Assistant Commissioner, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Illinois .Dean of Students, University of Chicago Graduate Library School, 1974-1977.From 1952 to 1977, Sullivan held positions of increasing responsibility in public and school libraries. She directed the national Knapp School Libraries Project for the American Association of School Librarians which had received $1,130,000 to raise the standards of school libraries. She served on the faculties of the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Chicago Graduate Library School. She also taught on part-time, summer or interim bases at six other library education programs and directed the American Library Association’s Office for Library Personnel Resources.

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