A conversation with Clement Guthro, CSUF’s new Dean of the Library

We’re interested in hearing the route by which you ended up here as Dean of the Library. I didn’t intend to become a librarian. I did my undergraduate work in religious studies and history, then got my masters in theology, and intended to get PhD in theology in order to teach. That was the route … Continue reading A conversation with Clement Guthro, CSUF’s new Dean of the Library

CSUF embarks on a holistic plan to serve its housing- and food-insecure students

For years, many at CSUF have known of students who have experienced food and/or housing insecurity. But only recently has the campus community begun to organize formal efforts to address those needs. Tom Garland, the former Community Service Chair of the Human Services Student Association (HSSA), brought the idea to the Assistant Dean of Health … Continue reading CSUF embarks on a holistic plan to serve its housing- and food-insecure students

Earthquakes, book weeding and virtual checkouts: A conversation with Scott Hewitt

How did a chemistry professor end up as the head librarian? I was chair of the senate for two years. When you’re university librarian you have to interact with people from all part of the campus — each college has different needs — so you need somebody who can work with everyone on campus. And … Continue reading Earthquakes, book weeding and virtual checkouts: A conversation with Scott Hewitt