Lynn Mayo received her B.A. in elementary education and M.S. in library science from the University of Kentucky. Her career in libraries began as an acquisitions and serials assistant at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. In addition to her role as a research librarian, Lynn is also the coordinator of electronic resources. She works with a team of librarians to evaluate, acquire and promote the library's electronic books, journals and databases.
Recent projects include the launch of the library's eBook initiative, partnering with ITS colleagues to establish a faculty iPad loan program, and consulting with students and faculty on a variety of HILLgroup and digital humanities projects. Lynn is a skilled data sleuth and loves working with students who continue to amaze her with their challenging research questions. Of course she also loves to read, enjoys cooking with friends, and Words with Friends.
Reading: The Iliad, This Town
Watching: Breaking Bad, The Newsroom
"A good scholar puts a whole body of knowledge behind every sentence."
- David Esterly, The Lost Carving.
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Unscheduled visits welcome.