Professor, Executive Director, Collection Development Librarian
M.L.S., Indiana University – Bloomington
M.A., English Literature, Southern Illinois University – Carbondale
Todd has been at Bradley University Library since 2004. Since that time, he has gradually added more and more responsibilities to his position. He served as Interim Music Librarian, Interim Special Collections Librarian and is now serving as Interim Executive Director. In his role as Collection Development Librarian, he supervises the Technical Services department (purchasing and processing of new library materials), the Interlibrary Loan department (borrowing materials from other libraries) and the Collection Management department (keeping the general stacks in neat and good order). He also manages all Collection Development functions (selecting and de-selecting materials) of the library as well. Todd’s first academic library job was as a student assistant in 1985. Before coming to Bradley, he worked at Arkansas State University, Southeastern Louisiana University and Rhodes College.
Currently, he is the library liaison to several departments/subject areas. These are Family & Consumer Sciences/Dietetics, Philosophy & Religious Studies, Psychology, and Sociology, Criminology and Social Work. As liaison, he teaches library instructions sessions and performs individualized research assistance to students and faculty in these disciplines.