Georgia Tech Libraries Welcome Dr. Aisha Johnson

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The Georgia Tech Library is proud to announce Dr. Aisha Johnson, former director of North Carolina Central University’s Masters of Library Science program, will serve as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Outreach starting Dec. 6.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Dr. Johnson to our team,” said Library Dean Leslie Sharp. “She brings a wealth of experience, a deep background in cutting-edge user research, and a dedication to preserving the academic and social missions of the library.”

Formerly an assistant professor in NCCU’s School of Library and Information Sciences and a lecturer at Clayton State University’s Master of Archival Studies program, Johnson also spent three years as Supervisory Archivist at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.

Johnson will be responsible for Library instruction, subject matter expert and archivist outreach activities, academic campus partnerships, services and faculty development. She will also oversee public programming, assessment, special collections, records and research data management and digital curation.

The full text of the Georgia Tech announcement can be found here.