Regan Murphy Kao, Ph.D., paints a picture of her role as Japanese Studies Librarian and communicates its intellectual excitement in an article aimed at graduate students considering alternative careers.
“I have the best job in the world. Great colleagues. Wonderful challenges. Meaningful impact. On a daily basis it is my job to think about the big issues. What that is happening now will be critical for historians in years to come? What types of historical material can I collect that will enable scholars to present a new view of a topic or time period? What part can I play in ensuring the ‘little guy’s story’ is also documented and preserved?”
Read From PhD to Librarian in its entirety. (Dissertation Reviews, 7 October 2015)