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Huang, Michael: CV

Michael Huang - Curriculum Vitae

Michael Bailou Huang

Education:

New York College of Health Professions, Syosset, NY

Bachelor of Professional Studies and Master of Science in Health Sciences/Acupuncture, August 2007

Elmira College, Elmira, NY

Master of Science in Education, July 1997

Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, PA

Master of Science in Library Science, December 1989

Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, July 1982

 

Professional Experience:

Stony Brook University Libraries, Stony Brook, NY

Coordinator of the Office of Global Library Initiatives, September 2014 to present

The Office of Global Library Initiatives provides leadership, creativity, and vision in enhancing and developing the Library’s critical role in the success of SBU faculty and students. The Coordinator initiates and facilitates relationships with other research libraries and information centers abroad to allow SBU researchers and students access to research material during extended stays in other countries; develops relationships with research library staff of international libraries to provide orientation and research support for SBU faculty and students; cultivates information exchange and visiting/exchange scholars program; develops relationships with research libraries that support the global mission of SBU and initiates sustaining international collaborations; works closely with academic and clinical departments and the office of International Academic Programs and Services to identify international initiatives, programs, and activities in order to focus the Library’s efforts to the areas that are most critical to SBU success; develops public domain digital resources relevant to global initiative and programs and establishes information centers with digital library presence in countries where SBU has clinical and academic centers.

 

Health Sciences Library, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Full Librarian, September 2012 to present

Associate Librarian, April 2005 to September 2012

Senior Assistant Librarian, April 1999 to April 2005

Active participation in teaching specialized courses in the library's formal education program including curriculum-integrated informatics instruction and support of evidence-based practice; provides general and specialized reference service including database searching, electronic and traditional resources, research/consultation services, and outreach to the hospital, university, and community; selector and liaison for the Graduate Program in Public Health and School of Health Technology and Management.

 

School of Health Technology and Management, Stony Brook University

Associated Faculty Member, 2004 to present

 

Shanghai Normal University Library, Shanghai, China

Adjunct Professor, January 1, 2013 to present

 

Penfield Library, State University of New York at Oswego, Oswego, NY

Acting Coordinator of Library Instruction, August 1998 to April 1999

Senior Assistant Librarian, August 1997 to July 1998

Managed daily operations of the library instruction program; provided reference service on all subject areas using electronic and traditional resources; taught a wide array of library instruction classes including GST 300 Library Research Techniques, a one-credit information literacy course designed to teach students how to find, evaluate, and use information effectively.

 

Steele Memorial Library, Elmira, NY

Head of Interlibrary Loan Department/Reference Librarian, January 1991 to July 1997

Reference Librarian, April 1990 to July 1997

Supervised the interlibrary loan department; provided reference service at a busy public library information desk using electronic and print resources.

 

Publications:

Editorial Board:

Editorial Board, Chinese Librarianship: an International Electronic Journal (http://www.iclc.us/cliej/cl31.htm), May 2011 to present

Associate Editor and member of the Editorial Board, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Library Cooperation and Resource sharing, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 31-November 2, 2012

Associate Editor-in-Chief and member of the Editorial Board, The Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship. The Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 14-16, 2008

Books and Monographs:

Xiong, L., He, J., & Huang, M. B. (Eds.). (2013). Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on library cooperation and resource sharing. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald.

Xiong, L., He, J., & Huang, M. B. (Eds.). (2012). Library cooperation and resource sharing. The proceedings of the third international conference on library cooperation and resource sharing of Beijing Academic Network Library. Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press.

Hu, Y., Xiong, L., & Huang, M. B. (Eds.). (2008). The development of subject librarianship and personal librarianship. The proceedings of the international conference on the development of subject librarianship and personal librarianship. Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press.

Articles in Peer-Reviewed or Refereed Journals:

Huang, M. B., Cheng, A,J., & Ma, L. (2009). Evidence-based medicine and the development of medical libraries in China. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 28(3), 235-248.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2008). New era new development: An overview of digital libraries in China. In: G. Buchanan, M. Masoodian, & S. J. Cunningham (Eds.), Digital Libraries: Universal and Ubiquitous Access to Information. 11th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL 2008, Bali, Indonesia, December 2008, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5362, pp. 304-308.

Xing, Y., Li, H., & Huang, M. B. (2007, June 1). Information literacy in vocational education: A course model. Chinese Librarianship: an International Electronic Journal, 23. Retrieved from http://www.iclc.us/cliej/cl23.htm.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2005). The construction of a Chinese rubbings digital library: An attempt in preserving and utilizing Chinese cultural heritage materials. In: A. Rauber et al. (Eds.), Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 9th European Conference, Proceedings/ECDL 2005, Vienna, Austria, September 2005; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3652, pp. 523-524.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2001). Research and development of digital libraries in China: Major issues and trends. In: P. Constantopoulos & I. T. Solvberg (Eds.), Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 5th European Conference, Proceedings/ECDL 2001, Darmstadt, Germany, September 2001; Lecture Notes in Computer Science,  2163, pp. 450-457.

Huang, M. B. (2001). Internet resources for Tibetan medicine. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 20(1), 61-67.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2000). China digital library initiative and development. In: J. Borbinha; & T. Baker (Eds.), Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 4th European Conference; Proceedings / ECDL 2000, Lisbon, Portugal, September 18 – 20, 2000; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1923, pp. 441-444.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2000). E-mail reference: A new trend of library reference service in the 21st century. New Technology of Library and Information Service, 79(Suppl), 80-83. (In Chinese).

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (1999). Study of impact factor on information products’ price in circulation. Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information, 18(Suppl), 218-222. (In Chinese).

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings:

Li, C., Xing, C., Huang, M.B., Dong, L., & Zhang, M. (2010). A practice of web-based sustainable preservation risk management system for digital libraries in China. In: Proceedings of the Seventh Web Information Systems and Applications Conference (pp. 69-72). August 20-22, 2010, Huhhot, China.

Li, C., Xing, C., Dong, L., & Huang, M. B. (2009). A semi-automatic system for managing multiple digital preservation risks of digital libraries in China. In: Proceedings of the 2009 Joint International Conference on Digital Libraries (pp. 425). JCDL ’09, June 15-19, 2009, Austin, Texas.

Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008). An introduction and comparative study on three digital information integrating platforms of Chinese academic libraries. In: Intelligence, Innovation and Library Services. The Proceedings of the Fourth Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 45-52). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House. (In Chinese).

Chase, D., Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008). Conceptualizing and building an information commons at the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. In: Y. Hu, L. Xiong, & M. B. Huang (Eds.), Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship. The Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship (pp. 31-41). Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press.

Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008). A comparative study on the subject librarian systems at two academic libraries in China and the United States. In: Y. Hu, L. Xiong, & M. B. Huang (Eds.), Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship. The Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship (pp. 227-232). Beijing, China: Capital Normal University Press. (In Chinese).

Qu, N., &. Huang, M. B. (2006). Google Scholar: Introduction and evaluation. In: Management Innovation & Library Services - The Proceedings of the Third Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 215-220). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House. (In Chinese).

Li, G., &. Huang, M. B. (2006). Open access to financial information in China. In: Management Innovation & Library Services - The Proceedings of the Third Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 461-464). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House.

Maleszewski, E., & Huang, M. B. (2006). Library statistics without fear. In: T. K. Flaten (Ed), Management, Marketing and Promotion of Library Services Based on Statistics, Analyses and Evaluation (pp. 116-137). München: K. G. Saur.

Li, G., &. Huang, M. B. (2004). The library in Digital Beijing. In: City Development and Library Services - The Proceedings of the Second Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 300-309). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House. (In Chinese).

Maleszewski, E., & Huang, M. B. (2004). Effective communications between the information technology department and librarians. In: City Development and Library Services - The Proceedings of the Second Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 134-137). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2002). Reference services in the emerging digital era. In: Knowledge Navigation and Library Services Editorial Group (Ed.), Knowledge Navigation and Library Services - The Proceedings of the First Shanghai International Library Forum (pp. 160-164). Shanghai, China: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House.

Huang, M. B., & Li, Z. (2002). The construction of information resource databases of Chinese digital libraries. In: Y. Yang and H. Li (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Academic Librarianship in the New Millennium: Roles, Trends, and Global Collaboration (pp. 168-171). Kunming, China: Yunnan University Press.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2001). Electronic resources sharing and intellectual property protection in the digital environment. In: Ching-chih Chen (Ed.), Global Digital Library Development in the New Millennium: Fertile Ground for Distributed Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration (pp. 507-508). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press.

Xiong, L., & Huang, M. B. (2000). Improvement and expansion of academic library collection development: A comparative study of collection development systems. In: China Society for Library Science (Ed.), The 21st Century Libraries: Development and Transformation (pp. 172-175). Beijing: Peking Library Press.  (In Chinese).

Hu, Y., & Huang, M. B. (1999). A comparative study of librarians’ evaluation in academic libraries in China and the United States. In: China Society for Library Science (Ed.), In the Turn of the Centuries: Retrospect and Prospect of Libraries (pp. 132-137). Beijing: Peking Library Press. (In Chinese).

Huang, M., & Chu, Q. (1996). “Three Golden” Project: The fundamental project of the information superhighway in China. In: Proceedings of the National Online Meeting, Vol. 17, p. 159-166.

Courses Taught:

Credit-Bearing Courses:

Associated Faculty Member, School of Health Technology and Management, Stony Brook University:

  • HAD363: Computer Applications in Clinical Laboratory Sciences (1 credit) (Spring 2005, 2006, and 2008)
  • HAS363: Computer Literacy for Healthcare Professionals (1 credit) (Summer 2004, Summer 2006 to 2014)
  • HAY553: Computer Literacy and Evidence-Based Practice (Entry-Level Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program, 1 credit) (Summer 2007 and 2008, Spring 2010 to 2013)
  • HAY557: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice (Entry-Level Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program, 1 credit) (Spring 2014)

Health Sciences Library and Other Department Sponsored Courses: 

  • Introduction to CINAHL, PubMed, ScienceDirect, and Web of Science
  • Introduction to Computing, Windows XP, Lotus Notes E-mail, and EndNote X7
  • Microsoft Office Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, & Word
  • Lecturer, Mini-Medical School, School of Medicine, Stony Brook University, “Introduction to Consumer Healthcare”
  • Session Expert, Science and Research Awareness Series (SARAS), Department of Anesthesiology, Stony Brook University Medical Center, “Citing your sources in APA style” (2006, 2007)
  • Session Expert, Science and Research Awareness Series (SARAS), Department of Anesthesiology, Stony Brook University Medical Center, “Giving Credit where Credit Is Due” (2010)
  • Session Expert, Science and Research Awareness Series (SARAS), Department of Anesthesiology, Stony Brook University Medical Center, “Research: In Search of the Unsearchable” (2011-2013)
  • Guest Lecturer, HPH521: Introduction to Clinical Research, School of Medicine

Keynote Speeches, Papers, Posters, Presentations, Workshops, Panels, and Invited Lectures:

Keynote Speech:

Huang, M. B. (2012, October). Current and future trends in academic libraries in the United States. Keynote speech presented at the 3rd International Conference on Library Cooperation and Resource Sharing, Beijing, China.

Papers:

Li, C., Xing, C., Huang, M.B., Dong, L., & Zhang, M. (2010, August). A practice of web-based sustainable preservation risk management system for digital libraries in China. Paper presented at the Seventh Web Information Systems and Applications Conference, Huhhot, China.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2008, December). New era new development: An overview of digital libraries in China. Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries, Bali, Indonesia.

Chase, D., Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008, October). Conceptualizing and building an information commons at the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, Beijing, China.

Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008, October). An introduction and comparative study on three digital information integrating platforms of Chinese academic libraries. Paper presented at the 4th Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai, China.

Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2008, October). A comparative study on the subject librarian systems at two academic libraries in China and the United States. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B., Ma, Lu, & Cheng, Aijun. (2008, August). The evidence-based medicine and the construction of medical  libraries in China. Paper presented in absentia at the Satellite Meeting of Health and Biosciences Libraries Section of the International Federation of Library Associations & Institutions (IFLA), World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Council, Quebec, Canada.

Qu, N., & Huang, M. B. (2006, August). Google Scholar: Introduction and evaluation. Paper presented at the 3rd Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai, China.

Maleszewski, E., & Huang, M. B. (2005, August). Library statistics without fear. Paper presented at the Satellite Meeting of Management & Marketing Section of the International Federation of Library Associations & Institutions (IFLA), World Library and Information Congress: 71st IFLA General Conference and Council, Bergen City, Norway.

Xing, Y., Li, H., & Huang, M. B. (2005, July). Information literacy in vocational education: A course model. Paper presented at the Library Society of China Annual Conference, Guilin, China.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2002, July). Reference services in the emerging digital era. Paper presented at the First Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai, China. 

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2001, September). Digital reference service in the digital library Era. Paper presented at the China Society for Library Science Annual Conference, Chengdu, China.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2001, September). Research and development of digital libraries in China: Major issues and trends. Paper presented at ECDL 2001: the 5th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Darmstadt, Germany.

Huang, M. B., & Li, Z. (2001, June). The construction of information resource databases of Chinese digital libraries. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Academic Librarianship in the New Millennium: Roles, Trends, and Global Collaboration, Kunming, China.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2000, September). China digital library initiative and development. Paper presented at ECDL 2000: the Fourth European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Lisbon, Portugal.

Xiong, L., & Huang, M. B. (2000, July). Improvement and expansion of academic library collection development: A comparative study of collection development systems. Paper presented at the China Society for Library Science Annual Conference, Hailar, China.

Hu, Y., & Huang, M. B. (1999, July). A comparative study of librarians evaluation in academic libraries in China and the United States. Paper presented at the Library Society of China Annual Conference, Dalian, China.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (1999, June). E-mail reference: A new trend of library reference service in the 21st century. Paper presented at the 1999 Computer Information Management and Web Resources Application Workshop, Guilin, China.

Huang, M. B. (1998, October). Asian studies on the internet: A hands-on review of online resources for students and educators. Paper presented at the New York Conference on Asian Studies, New Paltz, NY.

Huang, M. B. (1998, June). Internet censorship in China. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of SUNY Librarians Association, Fredonia, NY.

Huang, M. B. (1998, April). A teacher’s checklist to promoting multicultural education in our classroom. Paper presented at the QUEST Symposium, SUNY at Oswego, Oswego, NY.

Huang, M., & Chu, Q. (1996, May). “Three Golden” Project: The fundamental project of the information superhighway in China. Paper presented at the 17th National Online Meeting, New York, NY.

Posters:

Li, C., Xing, C., Dong, L., & Huang, M. B. (2009, June). A semi-automatic system for managing multiple digital preservation risks of digital libraries in China. Poster session presented at the ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), Austin, Texas.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2006, August). Open access to financial information in China. Poster session presented at the World Library and Information Congress: 72nd IFLA General Conference and Council, Seoul, Korea.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2005, September). The construction of a Chinese rubbings digital library: An attempt in preserving and utilizing Chinese cultural heritage materials. Poster session presented at the ECDL 2005: the 9th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Vienna, Austria.

Li, G., & Huang, M. B. (2004, September). Assessing the significance of digital library on Digital City based on the construction of digital Beijing. Poster session presented at the ECDL 2004: the 8th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Bath, United Kingdom.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2001, May). Electronic resources sharing and intellectual property protection in the digital environment. Poster session presented at NIT 2001: the 12th International Conference on New Information Technology, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B., & Li, G. (2000, June). A survey of the development of China’s digital libraries. Poster session presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of SUNY Librarians Association, Brockport, NY.

Huang, M. B. (1999, June). A librarian exchange between SUNY College at Oswego and the Capital Normal University, Beijing, China. Poster session presented at the 31st Annual Conference of SUNY Librarians Association, Glens Falls, NY.

Presentations, Workshops, Panels, and Invited Lectures:

Huang, M. B. (2014, October). The librarian in the transitional time: Exploration and practice in academic libraries in the United States. Panel organized and presented at 2014 Chinese Library Annual Conference, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2013, November). Exploration and practice of innovative services in U.S. libraries. Panel organized and presented at 2013 Chinese Library Annual Conference, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2013, November). New development in open access to biomedical literature. Presented at Guangxi Medical University, Nanning, China.

Huang, M. B. (2013, June). Education of Chinese for librarianship. Presented at the meeting of the International Relations Round Table of the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY IRRT), Baruch College, New York, NY.

Huang, M. B. (2013, April). Open access to research literature in the humanities and social sciences. Presented at Shanghai Normal University Library, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2013, April). Open access to research literature in the humanities and social sciences. Presented at the College of Foreign Languages, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2013, April). The future of academic libraries and academic librarians. Presented at the Capital Medical University Library, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2012, November). Subject and embedded librarian services in US academic libraries. Presented at Shanghai University Library, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2012, November). Subject and embedded librarian services in academic libraries in the United States. Presented at the Shanghai Normal University Library, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2012, October). Chinese acupuncture: Diagnosis and treatment. Presented at the meeting of the Medical and Scientific Libraries of Long Island (MEDLI), Old Westbury, NY.

Huang, M. B. (2011, November). The future of academic libraries and academic librarians. Presented at Tongji University Library, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2011, November). The future of academic libraries and academic librarians. Presented at Guangxi Medical University Library, Nanning, China.

Huang, M. B. (2011, October). The future of academic libraries and academic librarians. Presented at Guangxi University Library, Nanning, China.

Huang, M. B. (2011, October). The future of academic libraries and academic librarians. Presented at Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, China.

Huang, M. B. (2010, September). Challenges, opportunities, and future prospects of academic libraries in the U.S.  Presented at the symposium of the Library and Information Committee of Zhejiang Universities and Colleges and Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou, China.

Huang, M. B. (2010, September). Challenges, opportunities, and future prospects of academic libraries in the U.S.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the College and University Libraries Division, Library Association of Liuzhou, Liuzhou, China.

Huang, M. B. (2010, June). Academic librarians in the U.S.: Recruitment, training, evaluation, and development mechanism. Workshop presented at the Beijing International Studies University Library, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2010, May). Library organizations and their roles in library development. Workshop presented at the CALA 21st Century Librarian Seminar Series: China-U.S. Forum on Library Practice, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, China.

Huang, M. B. (2010, May). Academic librarians in the United States: Hiring, training, evaluation, and development. Workshop presented at the CALA 21st Century Librarian Seminar Series: China-U.S. Forum on Library Practice, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, China.

Huang, M. B. (2009, November). Academic libraries and library organizations in the United States: An overview. Workshop presented at “Think Globally Act Globally” US-China Librarian Collaboration Project sponsored by Ministry of Culture of China, Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Chinese American Librarians Association, and Library Society of China, Nanning, China.

Wei, K., & Huang, M. B. (2009, November). Professional and staff development. Workshop presented at “Think Globally Act Globally” US-China Librarian Collaboration Project sponsored by Ministry of Culture of China, Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Chinese American Librarians Association, and Library Society of China, Nanning, China.

Huang, M. B. (2009, November). Library associations and their roles. Presented at the Library Society of China Annual Conference, Nanning, China.

Huang, M. B. (2007, October). Medical reference services in the United States: Experience from the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. Presented at the Fudan University Medical Library, Shanghai, China.

Huang, M. B. (2007, October). Reference services and the new information commons at the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. Presented at China Agricultural University Library, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2007, October). Medical reference services in the United States: Experience from the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. Workshop presented at the Capital Medical University Library, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2007, October). The information commons at the Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library. Workshop presented at the Capital Normal University Library, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2005, December). The changing role of subject librarians in a digital age. Presented at the Directors’ Salon: A Seminar on Subject Librarian System in Academic Libraries, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China.

Huang, M. B. (2005, February). Healthwise: NOVEL Health & Wellness Resource Center and PubMed. Workshop presented at the Long Island Library Resources Council (LILRC), Farmingdale, NY. 

Huang, M. B. (2002, July). Digital reference services in the United States. Workshop presented at the Pre-conference and Workshop, China Society for Library Science Annual Conference, Xian, China. 

Huang, M. B. (1998, June). Internet resources for Asian studies. Workshop presented at the Second Asian Studies Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

Grants, Awards, Certifications, and Honors:

Grants:

  • Recipient, Professional Development Award, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region, June 2014
  • Recipient, CALA Conference Travel Grant, Chinese American Librarians Association, May 2012
  • Recipient, Individual Development Award, New York State/United University Professions, February 2012
  • Recipient, Individual Development Award, New York State/United University Professions, July 2011
  • Recipient, Individual Development Award, New York State/United University Professions, June 2010
  • Recipient, the Antonija Prelec Educational Award, the Antonija Prelec Memorial Fund, Stony Brook University, December 2008
  • Recipient, Individual Development Award, Joint Labor-Management Committees, United University Professions, November 2008
  • Recipient, Individual Development Award, Joint Labor-Management Committees, United University Professions, July 2006
  • Recipient, the Antonija Prelec Educational Award, the Antonija Prelec Memorial Fund, Stony Brook University, September 2004
  • Recipient, Professional Development Grant, Joint Labor-Management Committees, United University Professions, June 2002
  • Recipient, Professional Development and Quality of Working Life Grant, Joint Labor-Management Committees, United University Professions, November 1998
  • Recipient, Professional Development Grant, State University of New York Librarians Association, June 1998
  • Recipient, Professional Development and Quality of Working Life Grant, Joint Labor-Management Committees, United University Professions, April 1998

Awards:

  • CALA President’s Recognition Award, Chinese American Librarians Association, June 2013
  • The President’s Award for Excellence in Team Achievement, Office of the President, Stony Brook University, October 14, 2008
  • The President’s Award for Excellence in Team Achievement, Office of the President, Stony Brook University, March 25, 2005
  • Outstanding Contribution by a New Member Award, New York-New Jersey Chapter of the Medical Library Association, October 2000
  • Recipient, the Best Paper Award, China Society for Library Science Annual Conference, Hailar, Inner Mongolia, China, July 2000. Paper title: Improvement and expansion of academic library collection development: A comparative study of collection development systems
  • Recipient, the Best Paper Award, China Society for Library Science Annual Conference, Dalian, China, July 1999. Paper title: A comparative study of librarians’ evaluation in academic libraries in China and the United States

Certifications and Honors:

Certificate of Appreciation awarded by the Library Society of China and Guangxi Society for Library Science for participation as a member and presenter of the American Library Educational Team in “Think Globally Act Globally” US-China Librarian Collaboration Project sponsored by Ministry of Culture of China, Institute of Museum and Library Services, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Chinese American Librarians Association, and Library Society of China, November 2-9, 2009, Nanning, China

Visiting Scholar, Capital Normal University Libraries, Beijing, China, December 2005

Named in Who’s Who in America published by Marquis Who’s Who (online and printed version 2003-2005)

Visiting Scholar, Capital Normal University Libraries, Beijing, China, December 1998

Named in Who’s Who in the 21st Century-2nd Edition published by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 2003

Academic Visits, as a representative of the Office of International Education and Penfield Library of SUNY at Oswego, visited the University of Tsukuba in Japan on June 22, 1998 and Capital Normal University in Beijing, China on June 24, 1998.

Public Librarian’s Professional Certificate (Certificate No: 14745), New York State Education Department, 1990

Professional Participation outside the University:

Member, American Library Association, 1994, 1997-1998, 2012-

            Member, IRC East Asia and the Pacific Subcommittee, 2014-2016

Life Member, Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA)

           CALA Representative to the Library Society of China, 2014-2016     

           President, CALA Northeast Chapter, 2014-2015

           Co-chair, International Relations Committee, 2014-2015

           Co-chair, Membership Committee, 2014-2015

           Vice President/President Elect, CALA Northeast Chapter, 2013-2014

           Member, Conference Travel Grant Committee, 2013-2014

           Mentor, CALA Mentorship Program, 2013-2014                    

           CALA Representative to the Library Society of China, 2011-2014

           Member, Executive Board, CALA Northeast Chapter, 2012-2014

           Membership Chair, CALA Northeast Chapter, 2012-2013

            Member, Membership Committee, 2012-2013

            Chair, International Relations Committee, 2011-2013            

            Member, Award Committee, 2010-2011

            Member, International Relations Committee, 2009-2010

            CALA Delegation Leader to attend the 3rd Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai, China,

            August 17-19, 2006              

Member, New York-New Jersey Chapter of the Medical Library Association, 1999 to present

            Member of Professional Recognition Committee, 2005 to present

            Chair, Continuing Education Committee, October 2001 to October 2004

            Member of Continuing Education Committee, 2000-2005    

Member, State University of New York Librarians Association (SUNYLA), 1997 to present

            Delegate, Health Sciences Library, 2009-2013

            Member of Conference Committee, June 2003

            Member of Local Arrangements Committee for Annual Conference, June 2003

            Member of Conference Committee, June 1999

Secretariat General and Member of the Organizing Committee, the Second International Conference on Leadership and Innovative Management in Academic Libraries in the Age of New Technology jointly organized by Tongji University and the American Library Association (ALA), Tongji University, Shanghai, China, June 3-6, 2014

Mandarin Interpreter, provided on-site translation from English to Mandarin and vice versa for Dr. Camila A. Alire, 2009-2010 ALA President, during her speech at Shanghai Normal University titled “Enthusiasm Moves the World:  What’s Happening in Academic Libraries and Are You Ready?” Shanghai, China, November 6, 2012

Secretariat General, Member of the Organizing Committee, and Conference Organizer (in charge of all conference matters outside of China), the 3rd International Conference on Library Cooperation and Resource Sharing, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 31 to November 2, 2012. The conference was organized by Capital Normal University, BALIS, and Beijing Academic Network Library in cooperation with the Development Research Center of the State Council of P. R. China.  

Mandarin Interpreter, provided on-site translation from English to Mandarin and vice versa for Dr. Camila A. Alire, 2009-2010 ALA President, during her keynote speech at the 3rd International Conference on Library Cooperation and Resource Sharing titled “Where Would We Be Without Consortia?  Leveraging Our Library Resources in Today’s Demanding World through Library Consortia,” Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 31 to November 2, 2012

Secretariat General and Member of the Organizing Committee, the International Conference on Leadership and Innovative Management in Academic Libraries in the Age of New Technology jointly organized by Tongji University and the Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA), Tongji University, Shanghai, China, April 25-27, 2012

Publicity Co-Chair, Organization Committee, International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL 2011), Beijing, China, October 24-27, 2011   

Team Leader, led a team of seven librarians including American Library Association President, to give a three day workshop titled “China-US Forum on Library Practice,” part of the CALA 21st Century Librarian Seminar Series, at Shanxi University, Taiyuan, China, May 24-26, 2010

Mandarin Interpreter, provided on-site translation from English to Mandarin and vice versa for Dr. Camila A. Alire, American Library Association President, during her speech at Peking University entitled “Issues and Trends in U.S. Academic Libraries,” Beijing, China, May 31, 2010

Mandarin Interpreter, provided on-site translation from English to Mandarin and vice versa for Dr. Camila A. Alire, American Library Association President, during her keynote speech entitled “Issues and Trends in U.S. Academic Libraries” at the China-US Forum on Library Practice, part of the CALA 21st Century Librarian Seminar Series, at Shanxi University, Taiyuan, China, May 24, 2010

Secretariat General, Member of the Organizing Committee, and Conference Organizer (in charge of all conference matters outside China), the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 14-16, 2008. The conference was organized by the Library Society of China Academic Library Division, BALIS University Net Library of Beijing, and Capital Normal University Library.

Chair, Track 1: Subject Librarian Services, the International Conference on the Development of Subject Librarianship and Personal Librarianship, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, October 14, 2008

Chair, Concurrent Session V: User Services, the 3rd Shanghai International Library Forum, Shanghai Library, Shanghai, China, August 17-19, 2006

Member, Medical Library Association, 2000-2003

Member, Continuing Education Committee, Five Chapters Meeting (Mid-Atlantic Chapter of MLA, New York-New Jersey Chapter of MLA, Philadelphia Regional Chapter of MLA, Philadelphia Chapter of SLA, Pittsburgh Regional Chapter of MLA), Philadelphia, PA, October 26-28, 2003

Volunteer, American Red Cross Suffolk County Chapter, 1999 to present

Recent University Service:

  • Voluntary Mandarin Interpreter, Stony Brook University Medical Center, 2001 to present
  • Member, University Senate Library Promotion and Tenure Committee, September 2006 to March 2012
  • Mentor, Mentor Program, Academic Advising Center, Stony Brook University, 2001-2006
  • Member, Undergraduate Council, Stony Brook University, 2000-2001

Recent Library Service:

  • Advisor and host of visiting scholars from China: Dr. Xiaolin Nong, Guangxi Medical University; Lingyun Ma, Shanghai Normal University; Lixia Zhang, Dalian University of Technology; Cheng Tang, Shanghai Normal University; and Yuefang Tang, Capital Normal University
  • Member, Science Librarian Search Committee, June 2013
  • Member, Joint Web Committee, Health Sciences Library and Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library, February 2012 to July 2012
  • Member, Joint Web OPAC Committee, Health Sciences Library and Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library, February 2010 to October 2012
  • Member, Collection Development Policy Committee, Health Sciences Library, February to April 2010
  • Member, Aleph OPAC Catalog Committee, Health Sciences Library, April 2009 to January 2010
  • Member, Search Committee for Head of Access Services, Health Sciences Library, August 2009
  • Member, Search Committee for Director of the Health Sciences Library, May to September 2008

Licensure and Board Certification:

Licensed Acupuncturist (License No. 003687), the University of the State of New York Education Department, October 23, 2007 to present

Doctor of Acupuncture (License No. DA00344), State of Rhode Island Department of Health, April 29, 2009 to February 1, 2013

Diplomate in Acupuncture, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), 2007 to 2011

Clean Needle Technique Certification, Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, September 2004