Lois Cherepon

Director, Staten Island Campus LibraryAssociate Professor
MA English Literature and Community College Teaching, State University of New York at BinghamtonMLS Rutgers University, School of Communication, Information and Library ScienceBA English Literature and Secondary Education, Rutgers College

Librarian for the past 35 years, including Reference Librarian, Law Librarian, and Government Documents Librarian.  Also teacher of Computer Applications and English Composition (certified for Secondary English).

Legal Research, Catholic Higher Education for Women, and English Literature.

CUS 1102 – Computer Applications in the Law Office - Undergrad

CUS 1107 – Computer Applications - Undergrad

ENG 100 – Freshman Composition – Undergrad

Lois Cherepon and Karen Svenningsen, “Revisiting Library Mission Statements in the Era of Technology”, Collection Building, Vol. 17 no. 1 (1998).

Lois Cherepon, “Creating New Alliances in Higher Education: A Selective Bibliography”, 1994, located at http://nova.umuc.edu/~kelley/webb/bibl12.html, as of 1/22/98.

Lois Cherepon and Lois Winkel, “Libraries: Global Reach Local Touch - Selected Resources”, 1997, located at  http://www.ala.org/GoGlobal!/bibliography.html, as of 1/22/98.

Kenneth T. Jackson, ed., The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Volumes 1 and 2, Charles Scribner’s Sons, a division of Macmillan Publishing USA, contributor of biographical articles on Austin Wakeman Scott and Richard David Ellmann, forthcoming in 1998.

Cheryl LaGuardia, ed., Finding Common Ground: Creating the Library of the Future Without Diminishing the Library of the Past, (New York, Neal-Schuman, 1997), contributed paper "The Bottom Line: Expenses in Electronic Scholarship", co-author Prof. Karen Svenningsen.

Marion Sader, ed., Topical Reference Books: Authoritative Evaluations of Recommended Resources In Specialized Subject Areas (New Jersey: R.R. Bowker, 1991), contributed chapters on "Law" and "Political Science".

Numerous book reviews for Choice and Library Journal.

Paper presented, Library Association of the City University of New York, Annual Winter Meeting, December 16, 1994, "Technostress and the Academic Librarian", John Jay College of Criminal Justice Library, New York City.

Paper presented, Harvard University, Finding Common Ground Conference, March 29-31, 1996 "The Bottom Line: Expenses in Electronic Scholarship", co-author Prof. Karen Svenningsen.

Paper presented, Boston College, National Association for Women in Catholic Higher Education, NAWCHE,  July 12, 1996,"The Voice of the Foundress: The History of Catholic Women's Colleges in New York & New Jersey", co-author Dr. Barbara Peltzman.

Presentation, ALA Annual Conference, ACRL, BRASS
Program & Membership Meeting, Monday July 10, 2000
, “Not Another $#!&%@* Law  Question!  Reference Strategies for Business Librarians”, Chicago, IL.

Presentation, Catholic Library Association, Annual Conference,April 8, 2015, “Business & Legal Reference: Internet Resources for Those ‘Difficult’ Questions”, Orlando, Florida.

Education; Psychology