The College & University Business Libraries (CUBL) Section provides a forum for members to focus on issues related to all areas of academic business librarianship, including research, collection development, reference, instruction, and service activities. Meetings and programs focus on practical and theoretical issues that concern business librarians in the college and university settings.
Willow Fuchs – email@example.com, University of Iowa
We have many hard working and dedicated professionals in CUBL. The CUBL Member Spotlight introduces some of our members and spotlights their activities with CUBL.
Each year, CUBL sponsors programs and other events at the Annual Conference. Find out what we are doing this year as well as what we have done at past conferences.
Looking for advice from an experienced member? Or want a conference buddy? You can participate in our B&F Mentoring! Mention in your application that you are looking for a CUBL member as a mentor if preferred. We’re always looking for experienced members to serve mentors as well. See the Mentoring page for more information.
Academic Business Librarianship Award
Chair: Eve Wider, University of Pittsburgh, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mark Bodnar- Simon Fraser University
- Michael R. Oppenheim – UCLA
- Pete Pietraszewski – Notre Dame University
- Raymond Pun – California State University, Fresno
The goal of this award is to encourage research & publication in the area of academic business librarianship. The committee will develop criteria, seek sponsorship, and review nominations.
Business Instructional Materials
Jennifer Zimmer, University of Michigan, email@example.com
The goal of this committee is to develop a database where information professionals can find, share, and learn about best practices for business research instructional materials and instructional technologies.
Chair: Angela Horne, UCLA firstname.lastname@example.org
The committee advises the Section Chair on membership and assist the Chair in facilitating CUBL membership activities; analyze and create strategies for enhancing and increasing member activity within CUBL. This committee will also be responsible for ensuring that a regular CUBL contribution appears in every Business & Finance Division Bulletin.
CUBL/BRASS Core Competencies
This committee works collaboratively with our colleagues in ALA’s BRASS (Business Reference and Services Section) to create a set of core research competencies for business students.