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  • On the Job: Robert H. Burger

    Robert H. Burger began his career at the UI in 1976 as a serials cataloger in the Slavic library. From 1989 until February of this year, Burger was head of the Slavic library. He assumed new responsibilities as associate university librarian for services on Feb. 21. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Russian language and literature from Tufts University, Boston; two master’s degrees – one in Slavic literature and another in library science, both from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and a doctorate in library science from the UI.

    Robert H. Burger began his career at the UI in 1976 as a serials cataloger in the Slavic library. From 1989 until February of this year, Burger was head of the Slavic library. He assumed new responsibilities as associate university librarian for services on Feb. 21. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Russian language and literature from Tufts University, Boston; two master’s degrees – one in Slavic literature and another in library science, both from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and a doctorate in library science from the UI.

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