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New Mexico State University librarian elected president-elect of seminar

New Mexico State University faculty member Molly Molloy was recently elected vice president/president-elect of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM).


is the Border and Latin American Specialist in the NMSU Library's Reference and Research Services Department.

Molloy, who will serve for the next three years on SALALM's executive board, will plan and carry out the annual conference in 2007.

SALALM is the only national and international forum focused exclusively on collection development and services in libraries with Latin American collections. SALALM's primary missions are the control and dissemination of bibliographic information about all types of Latin American publications and the development of library collections of Latin Americana in support of educational research. The organization has an international membership of about 500 and includes more than 150 institutions.

For more information contact Molloy at (505) 646-6931.