Sheau-Yueh Janey Chao

Professor

Library

Department: Library

Areas of expertise: Foreign languages Cataloging (in Spanish and Chinese)

Email Address: sheau-yueh.chao@baruch.cuny.edu

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Education

M.S., Computer Science, New York Institute of Technology New York

M.L.S., Library & Information Science, University of Winsconsin-Madison Madison Wisconsin

B.A., Spanish Language & Literature, TamKang University Taiwan Republic of China

Artistic and Creative Activities

Chao, S. (2015). Bellydance Performance at Baruch College Celebrating the Asian History Month. SEEK Program.

Chao, S. (1995). Exhibit on "Spanish-American Nobel Prize Laureates in Literature". Newman Library at Baruch College.

Chao, S. (1995). Exhibit on "Chinese Calligraphy". Newman Library at Baruch College.

Books

Chao, S. J., & Gee, J. Y. (2020). The Yuan Chronicle: History of the Yuan Shikai Family of China.. (p. 323 pages). Lewinston, NY, Edwin Mellen Press.

Chao, S. J., & Gee, J. Y. (2019). The Five-Hundred-Year History of the Yuan Shikai Family of China: the Yuan Chronicle. (p. 360). Lewinston, New York, Edwin Mellen Press.

Chao, S. (2001). Internet Resources and Services for International Real Estate Information. (p. 384). Phoenix, AZ, Oryx Press .

Chao, S. (2000). In Search of Your Asian Roots: Genealogical Research on Chinese Surnames. (p. 323). Baltimore, MD, Clearfield Company .

Chao, S. (1994). The Japanese Automobile Industry: An Annotated Bibliography. (p. 188). Westport, CT, Greenwood Publishing Group .

Journal Articles

Chao, S. (2016). Researching and Building Chinese Family History and Genealogy in Curriculum . Chinese America: History & Perspectives Journal, the Jouranl of the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA), 2016(Special Issue). 71-76.

Chao, S. (2015). Collaboratively Teaching Research Methods for Faculty and Librarians in Asian Studies. Journal of Library & Information Science/Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University and the Chinese American Librarians Association,

Chao, S. (2015). A Librarian’s Genealogical Study to Outreach for Ethnic Populations. Journal of Intercultural Disciplines,

Chao, S. (2014). A model for Chinese transnational migration through the Americas: The Canadian experience. Collection Building/ Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 33(2). 60-70.

Chao, S. (2014). Research and Documentation in the 21st Century: Oral History and Genealogy of the Yuan Shikai Family. Cross Cultural Communication/ Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture, 10(4). 11-22.

Chao, S., N/A, B. E., N/A, R. P., N/A, M. P., N/A, B. P., & N/A, E. S. (2013). Developing Sustainable International Library Exchange Programs: The CUNY-Shanghai Library Faculty Exchange Model. Metropolitan Universities Journal, 24(3). 102-122.

Chao, S. (2013). Resource-Sharing and Genealogical Research on Islamic Chinese Names in Guilin. Collection Building/Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 32(3). 79-88.

Chao, S. (2008). Tracing Their Roots: Genealogical Sources for Chinese Immigrants to the United States. Collection Building, 27(2). 74-88.

(2006). Sources on Overseas Chinese Studies: Genealogical Records. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services (LCATS), 30(1-2). 18-46.

(2004). A Model for Building Transnational Networks on Chinese Overseas Studies: the Hong Kong Experience. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services (LCATS), 28(2). 129-158.

(2003). Internet Resources on Asian Studies: A Guide to the Best Sites of 2003. Collection Building, 22(4). 186-207.

(2003). Chinese Genealogical Research: Coordination and Resource-sharing with a Global Perspective. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services (LCATS), 27(1). 225-241.

(2003). About Chinese Names. Journal of East Asian Libraries, (130). 23-35.

(2003). Researching your Asian Roots for Chinese Americans. Journal of East Asian Libraries, (129). 23-40.

(2002). Internet Resources and Services for Chinese Genealogy. Heritage Quest Magazine, 18(1, Issue 97). 67-72.

(2001). Planning and Implementing a Library Ergonomics Program: Resources and Case Study at Queens College Library, the City University of New York. The Electronic Library, 19(5). 327-341.

(2001). Library Ergonomics in Literature: a Selected Annotated Bibliography. Collection Building, 20(4). 165-175.

(2001). A Model of Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies: the Ohio Experience. Collection Building, 20(2). 45-53.

(2001). "Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies: from Resource Sharing to the Development of Library Collections. Collection Building, 20(3). 123-130.

(1998). Internet Resources on Asian studies: A Guide to the Best Sites of 1998. Asian Libraries: the Library and Information Management Journal for Asia and the Pacific, 7(12). 205-225.

(1998). Internet Resources on East-Asian Studies. College & Research Library News, 59(7). 514-520.

(1996). Genealogical Resources on Chinese Names: An Annotated Bibliography. Journal of East Asian Libraries, (109). 21-50.

(1995). Chinese Information and Culture Center: New York's Gateway to Chinese Studies. Urban Academic Librarian, 9(2). 31-35.

(1994). Long Island Division: the Genealogical and Historical Resources at the Queens Borough Public Library. Urban Academic Librarian, 9(1). 46-50.

(1994). Library Orientation Survey. The Freshman Year Experience, 7(2). 4.

(1993). Services by the Queens Public Libraries. Our Next Generation (In Chinese), 70-75.

(1993). The New Americans Project: Queens Borough Public Library’s Service to Multilingual/Multicultural Communities. Public Libraries, 32(6). 319-312.

Book Chapters

Chao, S., Evans, B., Phillips, R., Polger, M., Posner, B., & Sexton, E. (2017). The CUNY-Shanghai Library Faculty Exchange Program: Participants Remember, Reflect, and Reshape. International Librarianship: Developing Professional, Intercultural, and Educational Leadership (pp. 27-40). Albany, NY,USA. State University of New York Press.

Chao, S. (2016). Resource Description and Access: Internationalizing, Teaching and Learning RDA Cataloging Abroad, Part V: Providing Technical Service Support in Global Context, Chapter 2. In Pun, R., Collard, S., & Parrott, J. (Eds.), Bridging Worlds: Emerging Models and Practices of U.S. Academic Libraries Around the Globe (pp. 193-204). Chicago, IL,USA. Association of College & Research Libraries.

Chao, S. (2015). Chinese Genealogy. In Lee , J. X. (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Chinese Americans: The History and Culture of a People, Part III: Cultural and Religious Life: People, Institutions, and Organizations, (pp. 248-250). Santa Barbara, CA. Greenwood/ABC-CLIO.

Chao, S. (2007). Documentation and Resource-sharing on Chinese Genealogical Resources: Opportunities and Challenges. In Tan, C. B., Storey, C., & Zimmerman, J. (Eds.), Chinese Overseas: Migration, Research and Documentation, Chapter III, Sources and Documentation (pp. 297-318). Hong Kong. The Chinese University Press.

Chao, S. J. (2005). Bowker’s Best Reference Books Arranged by LC Classification Number, P-Z (Language & Literature). Bowker’s Best Reference Books Arranged by LC Classification Numbers New Providence, New Jersey. R.R. Bowker.

Media Contributions

(2006). Guest Speaker at "Talk Tonight" Show.

Presentations

Chao, S. J. (2017, October 8). Diversity and Outreach for Incarcerated and Ex-Offenders: the case of Foreign Chinese Inmates in US Prisons. International Conference of the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA). San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA).

Chao, S. (2015, October 17). Researching Chinese Family History and Genealogical Records. Sixth World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries in Chinese Overseas Studies (WCILCOS) Conference. Xiamen, China: WCILCOS, Ohio University, and Huaqiao University.

Chao, S. (2015, February 13). A Librarian’s Genealogical Study to Outreach for Ethnic Populations. NAAAS (National Association of African American Studies) & Affnternational Association of Asian Studies) 23rd National Conference. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS), & Affiliates of the International Association of Asian Studies.

Chao, S. (2015, January 5). Collaboratively Teaching Research Methods for Faculty and Librarians in Asian Studies and History. American Historical Association 129th Annual Conference, Session 244. Manhattan, New York: American Historical Association.

Chao, S. (2013, August 25). Resource-sharing and Genealogical Research on Islamic Chinese Names in Guilin. 38th Annual Convention of the Chinese American Academic and Professional Society (CAAPS). Flushing, New York: Chinese American Academic and Professional Society (CAAPS).

Chao, S. (2013, June 28). Chinese Genealogical Records: Part One and Two (two hours). Northern California Family History EXPO. Sacramento, California: Northern California Family History Society.

Chao, S. (2012, July 29). Research and Documentation in the 21st Century: Oral History and Genealogy of the Yuan Shikai Family. 37th Annual Convention of the Chinese American Academic and Professional Society (CAAPS). Flushing, New York: Chinese American Academic and Professional Society (CAAPS).

Chao, S., & N/A, K. G. (2012, May 16). Early Life of Yuan Shikai and the Formation of Yuan Family. The Fifth World Confederation of Institutes and Libraries in Chinese Overseas Studies (WCILCOS) Conference. Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia.

Chao, S. (2009, May 9). Tracing Their Roots: Genealogical Sources for Chinese Immigrants to the United States. The Forth International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies. Guangzhou, China: Jinan University.

Chao, S. (2009, August 7). Islamic Chinese Names: From Silk Road to the Yee Family in Guilin, Guangxi,. The North American Chinese Sociological Association (NACSA) Annual Conference, August 7, 2009, at San Francisco, California. San Francisco, CA: North American Chinese Sociological Association (NACSA).

Chao, S., & Gee, K. (2009, May 8). A Contemporary Genealogical Study of the Yuan Shikai Family. The Forth International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies. Guangzhou, China: Jinan University.

Chao, S., & Gee, K. (2009, March 7). In Search of the Roots of President Yuan Shikai’s Family. Chinese American Librarians Association (Northeast Chapter) Annual Meeting, March 7, 2009, in Mid-Manhattan Library of New York Public Library. New York Public Library in Mid-Manhattan: Chinese American Librarians Association (Northeast Chapter).

Chao, S., & Gee, K. (2009, April 30). History of President Yuan Shikai and His Family. Woman History Month in Lehman College, April 30, 2009. Lehman College: Lehman College.

Chao, S. (2008, December 12). A Contemporary Genealogical Study of the Yuan Shikai Family. Campus-Wide Presentation: presented at the Baruch College Library Department Meeting, December 12, 2008. Newman Library Conference Room, 4th floor

Chao, S. (2008, September 12). Chinese Genealogical Records (Session One for beginners and Session Two for advanced genealogical researchers per one hour session). 2008 Utah Genealogy Association (UGA) Genealogy Conference, September 12-13, 2008, Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Genealogy Association (UGA).

Chao, S. (2007, December 31). From Silk Road to the Yee Family of Arabic Origin. Invited lecture presented at the Chinese American Librarians Association / Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting, June 2, 2007, in New York Public Library, Chatham Square, Manhattan.

Chao, S. (2006, December 31). Chinese Surnames. Guest speaker at the San Francisco Channel 26, the KTSF-26 TV Station (www.ktsf.com) of the “Talk Tonight” Show on April 17, 2006. The 30 minutes Q/A session was conducted the Host of the Show, Miss Orlando Shih, followed by the “call-in” conversations in Chinese.

Chao, S. (2006, December 31). Chinese Names and the Genealogical Records for Jiapu. Invited lecture presented at the Asian, American/Asian Research Institute (AAARI) Friday Evening Lecture Series, April 28, 2006, in New York, Manhattan, online at www.aaari.info.

Chao, S. (2006, October 11). In Search of Your Chinese Roots: Chinese Names and the Genealogical Records for Jiapu. Joint Conference of Librarians of Color: Gathering at the Waters, Embracing Our Spirits, Telling Our Stories. Dallas, Texas, October 11-15, 2006. Dallas, Texas: Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) and Asian Pacific American Libarians Association (APALA).

Chao, S. (2006, December 31). In Search of Your Chinese Roots: Chinese Names and the Genealogical Records for Jiapu. Presented at the Joint Conference of Librarians of Color on “Gathering at the Waters, Embracing Our Spirits, Telling Our Stories”, October 11-15, 2006, Dallas, Texas.

Chao, S. (2006, October 6). Chinese Genealogical Records (Session One and Two). Two lectures with course syllabi for beginners to advanced genealogical researchers. Northern Utah Family History Conference & Symposium. Ogden, Utah: Northern Utah Family History Association.

Chao, S., & Hartnett, J. (2005, December 31). . (2005, November 17). The Digital Media Library (DML) Collection at Baruch College, CUNY. Poster Session at the 7th Annual NYlink Information Showcase. Syracuse University Sheraton Hotel. Syracuse, NY. [Audience: New York State librarians].

Chao, S., Downing, A., & Belland, J. (2005, April 15). The Development of Baruch College’s Digital Media Library. Baruch College’s Eighth Annual Teaching and Technology Conference. Baruch College: Baruch College.

Chao, S., & Hartnett, J. (2005, December 31). The Digital Medial Library (DML) Collection at Baruch College, CUNY. Poster Session at the 7th Annual Nylink Information Showcase, November 17, 2005, Syracuse University, Syracuse, http://nylink.org/publications/nc/pdf/NCspr06.pdf.

Chao, S. (2005, December 31). Sources on Overseas Chinese Studies: Genealogical Records. Paper presented at the Third International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies on “Maritime Asia and the Chinese Overseas (1405-2005)”, August 18-20, 2005, Singapore.

Chao, S. (2004, December 31). “Research and Documentation on Chinese Genealogies: Opportunities and Challenges. Invited lecture presented at the Chinese American Librarians Association (Northeast Chapter) Annual Meeting, during the National Library Week, April 17, 2004, in Queens Borough Public Library in Flushing.

Chao, S. (2004, December 9). Baruch Digital Archive Video Project. Joint CUNY Cataloging Committee and LACUNY (Library Association of the City University of New York) Cataloging Roundtable. CUNY Central Office, Manhattan, New York: LACUNY (Library Association of the City University of New York).

Chao, S. (2004, June 11). Grants for Libraries and Institutions. LACUNY Spring Membership Meeting. College of Staten Island: LACUNY (Library Association of the City University of New York).

Chao, S. (2003, March 13). Documentation and Resource-sharing on Chinese Genealogical Resources: Opportunities and Challenges. Second International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas Studies on “Transnational Networks: Challenges in Research and Documentation of the Chinese Overseas”. Chinese University of Hong Kong: Ohio University (Athens) and Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chao, S. (2002, December 31). . "Chinese Genealogical Research: Coordination and Resource-sharing on Global Perspectives." Knowledge Navigation and Library Services: the Proceedings of the First Shanghai International Library Forum. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House, 2002. Conference was held in July 15-18, 2002, Shanghai Library, China on the Panel of Library Consortia and Resource Sharing, p. 338-45.

Chao, S. (2002, December 31). Chinese Genealogical Research: Coordination and Resource-Sharing on Global Perspectives. Presented at the Shanghai International Library Forum in the Conference on “Knowledge Navigation and Library Services: International Cooperation”, July 15-18, 2002, Shanghai Library, China.

Chao, S. (2002, December 31). Schools and Libraries. Served as the chair of three-person discussion panel at the Conference on the History of Flushing, May 25, 2002, New York, in St. John’s University.

Chao, S. (2001, December 31). Chinese Genealogy. Invited lecture presented at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference, Reference & User Services Association (RUSA), Local History Section, June 16, 2001, in San Francisco, California.

Chao, S. (2001, December 31). A Model of Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies: the Ohio Experience. Poster Session at the National Conference on Asian Pacific American Librarians (NCAPAL), June 14, 2001, San Francisco, California.

Chao, S. (2001, December 31). Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies: From Resource Sharing to the Development of Library Collections. Presented at the National Conference on Asian Pacific American Librarians (NCAPAL), June 15, 2001, San Francisco, California.

Chao, S. (2000, December 31). . "Newman Library and Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies." Papers and Abstracts: International Conference of Institutes and Libraries For Overseas Chinese Studies. Conference was held in March 24-25, 2000, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio on Panel One: Locating, Collecting and Preserving Resources on Overseas Chinese, p. 3-9.

Chao, S. (2000, March 24). Newman Library and Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies. First International Conference of Institutes and Libraries For Overseas Chinese Studies. Ohio University, Athens: Ohio University, Athens.

Chao, S. (1999, December 31). In Search of Your Asian Roots: Genealogical Research on Chinese Surnames. Campus-Wide Presentation: (Book presentation) presented to members of the Asian and Asian-American Studies Committee, Baruch College, March 31, 1999.

Chao, S. (1999, December 31). Programs for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC): Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) Institute on the PCC Core Record. Campus-Wide Presentation: presented at the LACUNY Cataloging Roundtable, May 13, 1999.

Chao, S. (1998, December 31). Chinese Calligraphy. Exhibit: In celebration of the Asian Heritage Month. Newman Library, Baruch College, floor 2, April 1996-December 1998.

Chao, S. (1998, December 31). Internet Resources and Digital Libraries for CUNY: an overview of OCLC Institute workshop on Cataloging Internet Resources. Campus-Wide Presentation: presented at LACUNY Cataloging Roundtable in April and again at the Baruch College Library Department meeting in May 1998.

Chao, S. (1995, December 31). Spanish-American Nobel Prize Laureates in Literature (Octavio Paz, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda, Gabriela Mistral, and Miguel Angel Asturias). Exhibit: Newman Library, Baruch College, floor 4, November 1994-May 1995.

Chao, S. (1993, December 31). Chinese Calligraphy. Exhibit: University of Wisconsin, Madison, Library Department, 1983.

Other Scholarly Works

Chao, S. (2018). Webinar, “Introducing Chinese Genealogical Records with Jiapu”. International Family History Conference of Pirates for the Pedigree.

Chao, S. (2018). Chinese Genealogical Research with Case Studies, cohort 2.

Chao, S. (2017). Chinese Genealogical Research with Case Studies.

Chao, S., Chang, C., & Chiang, B. (2004). Internet Resources on East-Asian Studies.

Chao, S. (1998). "The Documentation Center for Asian Studies." Asian Libraries. MCB University Press. Vol. 7, Issue 11 (1998). Internet access through Emerald Intelligence & Fulltext electronic library at: http://www.mcb.co.uk/portfolio/al/issues/007011.htm.

Reviews

Chao, S. (2003,January 1). Lee, Sul H. Review of Impact of Digital Technology on Library Collections and Resource Sharing. New York: Haworth Press, 2001. Collection Building (MCB University Press), Vol. 22, no. 4 (2003):210.

Chao, S. (2003,January 1). Kovacs, Diane K. Review of Genealogical Research on the Web. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2002. Collection Building (MCB University Press), Vol. 22, no. 1 (2003):47.

Chao, S. (2002,January 1). Kao, Mary Liu. Review of Cataloging and Classification for Library Technicians. 2nd ed. New York: Haworth Press, 2001. Collection Building (MCB University Press), Vol. 21, no. 3 (2002):136-37.

Chao, S. (2002,January 1). Ives, Gary, ed. Review of Ariel: Internet Transmission Software for Document Delivery. 2nd ed. New York: Haworth Press, 2001. Collection Building (MCB University Press), Vol. 21, no. 3 (2002):136.

Chao, S. (2002,January 1). Lavender, Kenneth. Review of Book Repair: A How-To-Do-It Manual. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2001. Collection Building (MCB University Press), Vol. 21, no. 2 (2002):78-80.

Chao, S. (2001,January 1). Gregory, Vicki L. Review of Selecting and Managing Electronic Resources: A How-To-Do-It Manual. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2000. Collection Building. (MCB University Press.) Vol. 20, no. 4 (2001):214-15.

Chao, S. (2000,January 1). Gregory, Vicki L, Marilyn H. Karrenbrock Stauffer and Thomas W. Keene, Review of Multicultural Resources on the Internet: The United States and Canada. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, 1999.. Collection Building. Vol. 19, no. 2 (2000):78.

Chao, S. (1998,January 1). Review of International Business Information: How to Find it, How to Use it. Phoenix, Arizona: Oryx Press, 1998. Asian Libraries. MCB University Press. Vol. 7, Issue 10 (1998). Internet access through Emerald Intelligence & Fulltext electronic library at: http://www.emerald-library.com/cgi-bin/EMRtoc.cgi?level=1&keyno=5.

Chao, S. (1997,January 1). Review of New Automation Technology for Acquisitions and Collection Development. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 1995. Journal of Library and Information Science. Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) and the Dept. of Adult & Continuing Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Republic of China. Vol. 23, no. 1 (April 1997).

Research Currently in Progess

Chao, S. J.(n.d.). Historical Documentation Center in Shanghai Library. In Progress.

Research travel supported by PSC-CUNY 34 Research Award to the Historical Documentation Center in Shanghai Library for compilation of the book: Chinese Genealogical Research: An Annotated Guide to Chinese Surnames. Contractual agreement with the Genealogical Publishing Co., signed on November 17, 2004

Chao, S. J.(n.d.). Oral histories and interviews of the descendants of President Yuan Shikai. In Progress.

Research travel supported by PSC-CUNY 39 Research Award to conduct oral histories and interviews of the descendants of President Yuan Shikai and to compile into a book based on the collected documents and interviews

Chao, S. J.(n.d.). Research and Documentation on the Military Dependents’ Villages ( Juan Cun ¿¿) in Taiwan, 2019- . In Progress.

TitleFunding Agency SponsorStart DateEnd DateAwarded DateTotal FundingStatus
The Yuan ChroniclePSC-CUNY 4207/01/201106/30/201204/15/20113490Completed
Honor / AwardOrganization SponsorDate ReceivedDescription
Baruch College Employee Service Awards of 25 years2015
Baruch's Seventh Annual Award of Faculty Recognition Ceremony for Research and Creative Achievement, March 26, 20092009
Baruch's Sixth Annual Award of Faculty Recognition Ceremony for Research and Creative Achievement, March 20, 20082008
Baruch's Fifth Annual Award of Faculty Research and Creative Achievement, March 15, 20072007
Baruch College Employee Service Awards of 15 years2005
Baruch's Third Annual Award of Faculty Research and Creative Achievement, March 17, 20052005
Book award nomination for In Search of Your Asian RootsFrom Cornell University, Association for Asian American Studies2000The book, In Search of Your Asian Roots: Genealogical Research on Chinese Names (Clearfield Co., 2001) , was nominated by Cornell University, Association for Asian American Studies
Book awards for The Japanese Automobile Industry: An Annotated Bibliography. (Greenwood, 1994) From Choice Outstanding Academic Book & Lingua Franca Best Research Tool and Excellent References1995
Certification of Appreciation and Commendation awarded by the California State Library for my contribution to the Sutro Library for cataloging, conversion and bilingual subject access provided for materials in the Mexican and Spanish collection on the Hispanex project, 1983-85. Certification awarded in October 19851985

Department

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
Aleph Implementation Task ForceCommittee Chair1/1/2001Present
Bibliographer/Liaison to Asian Studies1/1/1999Present
Bibliographer/Liaison to Romance Languages1/1/1990Present
Library Executive Committee1/1/200612/31/2009
Library Social Affairs CommitteeCommittee Chair1/1/199112/31/2008
Library Strategic Planning Steering Committee1/1/200512/31/2006
Bibliographer/Liaison to Computer Information Systems1/1/200112/31/2006
Library Working Group I & III for Site A12/31/1993

College

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
Commencement MarshallPresent
Library Executive P&B CommitteeCommittee MemberPresent
Bibliographer/Liaison to Asian StudiesPresent
SLAS Asian & Asian-American Studies CommitteePresent
Aleph Implementation Task ForceCommittee ChairPresent
Bibliographer/Liaison to Romance LanguagesPresent
Library Executive P&B CommitteeCommittee Member12/31/2009
Library Social Affairs CommitteeCommittee Chair12/31/2008
Library Strategic Planning Steering Committee12/31/2006
Bibliographer/Liaison to Computer Information SystemsFaculty Advisor12/31/2002
Committee on Ceremonial Occasions12/31/1998
Committee on Social Affairs12/31/1996
Committee on Social AffairsCommittee Chair12/31/1996
Coalition for Asian American Studies12/31/1995
Freshman Orientation Faculty Leader12/31/1994
SEES Social Affairs Committee12/31/1994
Library Working Group I & III for Site A12/31/1993
SEES Dean's Reception CommitteeCommittee Member12/31/1992

University

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
College Academic Review CommitteeCommittee Member9/1/2019Present
New CUNY and Cataloging Committee1/1/2003Present
School Academic Review Committee Committee Member9/1/20169/1/2019
LACUNY IRRT (International Relations Round Table) Committee Member9/1/200912/31/2012
CUNY-Shanghai Librarians Exchange Delegate in ShanghaiFaculty Advisor11/1/201012/1/2010
PSC-CUNY Research Award Grant Reviewer/Library Panel12/31/2005
Co-chair, LACUNY Cataloging Roundtable1/1/200212/31/2003
Departmental Delegate to LACUNY (Library Association of the1/1/200212/31/2003
LACUNY delegateAttendee, Meeting1/1/200112/31/2002
CUNY NOTIS Cataloging Committee1/1/199212/31/2002
CUNY+ Authorities Task ForceCommittee Member1/1/199312/31/2000
LACUNY Cataloging RoundtableCommittee Member1/1/199212/1/1999
LACUNY Electronic Information Services Committee1/1/199212/31/1995
LACUNY delegate1/1/199212/31/1994
Departmental alternate delegate to LACUNY12/31/1991

Professional

OrganizationPosition RoleOrganization StateOrganization CountryStart DateEnd DateAudience
Western New York Library Resources Council (WNYLRC), Regional Bibliographic Data Bases and Interlibrary Resources Sharing Program (RBDB). Reading Team for the evaluation of grant proposals provided by the New York State library grant programs1/1/2001Present
Conference atttendee for Faculty Work and the New Academy: Emerging Challenges and Evolving Roles, from the Association of American Colleges and Universities, November 9-11, 2006, Chicago, Illinois. [National / Professional]12/31/2006
Library tour for London academic librarian / researcher on Modern Languages and Linguistics (Ms. Emilice Rees)9/30/2006
Subject Specialist for collection management on books in Language & Literature (P-Z). Titles selected were published in Bowker’s Best Reference Books: Arranged by LC Classification Number, P-Z. Vol. 2. New Providence, NJ: The Best Books, an imprint of R.R. Bowker12/31/2005
Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), Information Systems Advisory Group, Regional Bibliographic Data Bases and Interlibrary Resources Sharing Program (RBDB). Reading Team for the evaluation of grant proposals provided by the New York State Library grant programs1/1/199912/31/2005
Subject Specialist for collection management on books in Language & Literature. Titles selected were published in The Best Book for Academic Libraries: Language & Literature. Vol. 3. Temecula, CA: The Best Books, Inc.12/31/2003
Conference attendee for Second China/US Conference on Libraries: Strategic Policy Directions for China/US Library Cooperation, August 11-16, 2001, at Queens Borough Public Library (Flushing, New York) [International /Professional]12/31/2001
U.S. Representative, Editorial Advisory Board. Asian Libraries: the Library and Information Management Journal for Asia and the Pacific1/1/199812/31/2000
Library tour for Cheng-Kung University Library, Taiwan5/31/1999
Library tour for New York Public Library (Librarians & staffs)11/30/1998
Library tour for Baruch transfer students3/31/1996
Library tour for LACUNY Institute 1995 attendees5/31/1995
Library tour for Shang-Tung University, Chi-Nan University, China5/31/1995