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Archive for September, 2011

Welcome Mark Bieraugel, College Librarian for Orfalea College of Business

"I am excited to bring my real-world experience of working at start-ups, midsized firms, and multinational public companies to the students and faculty at OCOB." — Mark Bieraugel

“I am excited to bring my real-world experience of working at start-ups, midsized firms, and multinational public companies to the students and faculty at OCOB.”
— Mark Bieraugel

Mark Bieraugel joins Robert E. Kennedy Library as the College Librarian for the Orfalea College of Business on September 7, 2011. Mark’s thorough grasp of business information resources and their use in professional practice, along with his teaching experience, make him a great resource for the information needs of the faculty and students at OCOB.
Hands-on workshops and instruction

One of seven College Librarians at Cal Poly, Mark will work with OCOB faculty to create online guides, tutorials and coursework to help students succeed in their studies. He will also assist in the selection of information resources (books, journals and more) needed by the College, consult with students and researchers regarding their research needs and provide hands-on workshops and instruction.
Range of experience

Mark brings a range of experience in multiple areas of business librarianship, including over ten years as a business librarian. He has been a researcher for Microsoft, a manager of business and strategic intelligence at software and telecommunications firms, a researcher supporting public relations executives and staff at Waggener Edstrom, and a senior research specialist for Moss Adams LLP.

Recently Mark made the transition to academic librarianship, holding a faculty position at Tacoma Community College for the last two years. Mark earned an MLIS from the University of Washington and an undergraduate degree in dramatic art from UC Santa Barbara.

Mark can be reached at 6-6247 or ude.yloplacnull@guareibm. His office is 216D, located on the second floor of the Kennedy Library.