Richard Bruce Arnold
Bruce Arnold joined Gutman Library in March as special collections cataloger for the Jeanne S. Chall Collection. Prior to his relocation to Massachusetts, Arnold worked for seventeen years as cataloger at the New York Public Library. He received a BS in forest technology from Pennsylvania State University, an EdM in counselor education from Boston University, and an MLS from Rutgers University.
Rachel Ciprotti came to the Harvard Law School last fall as a temporary employee in Access Services. She completed a BA in English from Dartmouth College in 2002. For the four years that she was a student, she worked at Dartmouth College's Baker Library and gained experience in both circulation and document delivery.
Julian Marinus has a BS in computer science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and an MS in electric engineering and computer science from the University of Michigan. He has been at Harvard since 2000, first as a Java programmer for HUL's Library Digital Initiative, and then as senior software engineer at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School.
Michelle Pearse joins the Law Library from the Northeastern Law School, where she worked as a reference librarian. She is a graduate of Boston University in English and political science, of Suffolk University Law School, and of Simmons College with an MLS. From 1998 to 2000, she was employed at the Law School Library in the Serials department.
Lesley Schoenfeld joined the Special Collections Department from Widener Library, where she was employed in the Phillips Reading Room. Schoenfeld is a graduate of Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with a BA in psychology. She is currently enrolled in the certificate program of the Harvard Extension School.
Karen Storin has a JD from Georgetown University, an MLS from the University of Michigan, and a BA in history from the University of Massachusetts. She worked for a decade at Georgetown University Law Center as faculty services librarian and for almost five years there as education services reference librarian. Most recently, she was a labor lawyer employed at Ropes & Gray.
Jane Zhang comes to Harvard from the University of Calgary, where she was a records analyst/archivist at the University of Calgary Archives. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in English literature from Yunnan University in Kunming, China, and in 2001 an MAS/MLIS from the University of British Columbia.