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Min-Huei Lu

Min-Huei Lu

Associate Librarian
Head, Collections Statistics and Reports

Expertise: China, Japan, Korea,
and South Asian Studies; Library Science
W2510D Melville Library | 631.632.1714

How can Min-Huei help you?

Min-Huei Lu is the Head of Collections Statistics and Reports at the Stony Brook University Libraries.  She is also a library liaison to China, Japan, Korea and South Asian Studies.

Besides her research specialties in the area of Asian Studies, she also specialized in library technical services, such as Acquisitions, Serials and Collection management, electronic resource usages, statistics and library assessment.


MLS, Library and Information Science.  Long Island University

BA, History. National Taiwan University

Selected Publications, Presentations:

  • Christoff, P.S., Lewis, N.D., & Lu, M.H. (2017). Women and political participation in India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam: A preliminary analysis of the local impact of transnational advocacy networks in climate change adaptation. Asian Women, 33 (2), 1-22.
  • Lu, M.H., & Peng, F. (2011, May). Creating reports to support collections development. Paper presented at ELUNA (ExLibris Users Group North America) annual conference at Milwaukee, WI.

Selected Honors and Grants:

President’s’ Award for Excellence in Librarianship, Stony Brook University

SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship, State University of New York.

Korea Foundation “Support for Korean Studies e-Resources” grant from 2011 - present