Scott Warren has been appointed bibliographer for science and technology at Syracuse University Library. He is responsible for evaluating, strengthening and promoting the science and technology collections of the Syracuse University Library in alignment with the teaching and research needs of the University.
Warren was associate director of the Burlington Textiles Library and Engineering Services at North Carolina State University. He served in several librarian positions while at NCSU, including librarian for the physical and mathematical sciences. Warren began his career as an NCSU Libraries Fellow, working with the Textiles Library and the Reserves Department of the NCSU libraries. He was a frequent guest lecturer in classes in the textiles, engineering, and humanities and social sciences colleges at NCSU.
Warren has published in The Journal of Interlibrary Loan; Document Delivery & Information Supply; Technical Services Quarterly; and Libri, among other journals, and has presented at numerous national conferences. He has an extensive record of library service while working at NCSU, serving on and leading numerous committees, including the North Carolina State University Librarians Association. He is also a member of the American Society for Engineering Education’s Scholarly Communication Committee (Engineering Libraries Division).
Warren received bachelor’s degrees in astronomy, mathematics and physics, as well as a bachelor’s degree in history from the Pennsylvania State University. He also received a master’s degree in library and information studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was nominated for membership in the Beta Phi Mu library honor society.