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Welcoming Adam Clemons

Adam in the field
Adam in Saint-Louis, Senegal during his time as a Library Fellow at the West Africa Research Center in Dakar, Senegal.

Adam Clemons joins the UC Berkeley Library community as the Librarian for African Studies and African American Studies. Adam comes to Berkeley from the University of Tennessee at Martin’s Paul Meek Library where he was the Interim Manager of User Services, Information Literacy Coordinator, and Instruction Librarian. As a public service-oriented librarian, Adam is working on building strong relationships with faculty and students at UC Berkeley’s Center for African Studies and the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies. He also has collection development responsibilities related to these subject areas and will actively participate in the Library’s reference, outreach, and instructional services. He has a Master of Library Science degree from the School of Informatics and Computing and a Master of Arts in African Studies degree from the Graduate School, African Studies Program both at Indiana University, Bloomington.

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