|The University of Toledo, Dean, University Libraries|
|Monday, February 13, 2017 12:00 AM|
Title: The University of Toledo, Dean, University Libraries
Location: Toledo, OH
Description of Institution and Library
Founded in 1872, The University of Toledo (UT) (www.utoledo.edu) is one of 14 public universities in Ohio. UT currently has an enrollment of approximately 20,600 students (16,200 undergraduate and 4,400 graduate). The University is comprised of 13 academic colleges and an academic medical center. UT's 255-acre main campus is adjacent to one of Toledo's finest residential neighborhoods, providing a suburban atmosphere while allowing access to cultural and entertainment venues in Toledo. The campus, featuring its iconic bell tower, is frequently recognized for its beauty. The University's professional health care programs and medical center are located at its Health Science Campus. Specialized programs and activities are located at the University's other four campuses: Scott Park Campus, Center for the Visual Arts at the Toledo Museum of Art, Lake Erie Center and Stranahan Arboretum.
The mission of The University of Toledo is to improve the human condition; to advance knowledge through excellence in learning, discovery and engagement; and to serve as a diverse, student- centered public metropolitan research university. The University of Toledo aims to be a transformative force for the world. The University is proud to offer more than 120 undergraduate majors and more than 150 professional and graduate programs, offering students a wide array of career paths and specialization. Many of its programs are nationally ranked.
A unique opportunity for a forward-thinking, collaborative Dean to lead the University of Toledo Libraries consisting of: Carlson Library, Mulford Health Science Library, McMaster Engineering Library, Canaday Center for Special Collections. The position also works closely with the University's LaValley Law Library. The University of Toledo is both globally engaged and a founding member of OhioLINK. Carlson Library has just undergone $3+ million renovations with an additional $3 million set to begin in the spring. The libraries have become state-of-the-art facilities, highly utilized by students and faculty for studying, research, collaboration, and academic and art exhibits.
Library Vision and Mission
Library Administration, Collaboration, and Development
Required Qualifications and Experience
How to apply
AAHSL membership is composed of academic health sciences libraries whose medical schools hold member or associate member status in the Association of American Medical Colleges. AAHSL membership categories are full members and associate members. Associate members are libraries whose institutions or organizations have an interest in the purposes and activities of AAHSL.