Attend now! — Success Characteristics of Asian American Academic Library Leaders

“Success Characteristics of Asian American Academic Library Leaders”
By Dr. Binh Le

Join us online at CALA Professional Development 2017

About the session:

Asian Americans are severely underrepresented in leadership positions in American academic libraries. Many factors have attributed to this phenomenon, including racism, language barrier, and lack of collective power.  Instead of discussing these factors, this presentation examines some of the major leadership attributes that have helped Asian American academic librarians attained leadership positions in U.S. academic libraries.

About Dr. Binh Le:

Dr. Binh P. Le is Associate Librarian at the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to coming to Penn State, he was a professional librarian at Purdue University. He has published widely in academic librarianship, including books, book chapters, and journal articles. He has also presented numerous papers/poster sessions at national and international conferences as well as organized/chaired/moderated many scholarly panels at professional conferences. Additionally, he has chaired many ALA/ACRL committees/sections, served as member or leaders in international, national, and local professional organizations, and been honored with various awards.