The Globe University-Woodbury campus is excited to welcome Erica Nutzman, our new campus librarian. Erica has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Minnesota as well as a Master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked in public, special and academic libraries.
She has been with the Globe Education Network (GEN) for more than 11 years in a variety of roles. She loves to help students, solve problems and fix things. She says the best part of her current role as the campus librarian is that she gets to help people find information.
“We are thrilled to have Erica join the Woodbury team. She brings with her a plethora of knowledge and experience,” said Globe University-Woodbury campus Dean of Faculty Denise Radcliffe. “A librarian is a key resource for a college student, and I encourage the students to utilize her services throughout their college education.”
Outside of her time as a librarian, you will find her spending time with her children, reading, cross-stitching and riding her bike.
A few fun facts: she saw the ocean for the first time last year; she has been to Sturgis on a motorcycle rally; her dream vacation is to travel to Egypt to see the pyramids and King Tut’s tomb.
The mission of the library is to provide students with resources, support and the environment they need to complete the courses in their academic programs. The Globe University-Woodbury campus provides materials and resources for information, intellectual development and enrichment of the patrons.
If you have questions on how to use print and online library resources, how to do research for class projects and papers as well as how to cite sources properly, swing by the library between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday, email Nutzman or call her directly at 651-714-7335.