Chris's role in the library
I am responsible for the humanities, social sciences, and international studies libraries and librarians; including public services and research support programs for the humanities and social sciences. Leadership responsibilities include: Archive of Recorded Sound, Art and Architecture Library, Digital Initiatives Group, East Asia Library, Education Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Group, International and Area Studies Group, Music Library, and Special Collections and University Archives.
NITLE (National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education) Fellow, 2013-present
Stanford Fellows Program, 2012-present
Stanford Alumni Mentor, 2009- present
Frye Leadership Institute, 2009
RLG Partnership Research Information Management Roadmap Working Group, OCLC Research, 2009
Aquifer Services Working Group, Digital Library Federation, 2006-2009
Secretary, Stanford University Academic Council, Committee on Libraries, 2004-2005
Segal, Mady Wechsler and Chris Bourg. 2005. Professional Leadership and Diversity in the Army. In The Future of the Army Profession, 2nd Edition, edited by Don Snider and Lloyd J. Matthews. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Ridgeway, Cecilia L. and Chris Bourg. 2004. Gender as Status: An Expectation States Approach. In Psychology of Gender, 2nd Edition, edited by Alice Eagly, Anne Beall, and Robert Sternberg. New York: Guilford.
Bourg, Chris. 2003. Trends in Intentions to Enlist and Attend College. In Recruiting College-Bound Youth into the Military: Current Practices and Future Policy Options, RAND MR-1093, edited by M. Rebecca Kilburn and Beth J Asch.
Segal, Mady Wechsler and Chris Bourg. 2002. Professional Leadership and Diversity in the Army. In The Future of the Army Profession, edited by Don Snider and Gayle L. Watkins. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Bourg, Chris, and Mady Wechsler Segal. 2001. Gender, Sexuality and the Military. In Gender Mosaics: Social Perspectives, edited by Dana Vannoy. Los Angeles: Roxbury Press.
Bourg, Chris. 2013. The Library Concierge Project at Stanford University. The Journal of Creative Library Practice.
Bourg, Chris, Ross Coleman, and Ricky Erway. 2009. Support for the Research Process: An Academic Library Manifesto. Report produced by OCLC Research.
Bourg, Chris. 2008. Lifelong Information Literacy: The Information Center’s Gift to Undergraduates. Imprint Magazine, Volume 26, Number 1, Winter.
Bourg, Chris. 2005. Stanford “Groks” the RLG Union Catalog. RLG Focus, Issue 75, August.
Bourg, Chris, and Mady Wechsler Segal. 1999. The Impact of Family Supportive Policies and Practices on Organizational Commitment to the Army. Armed Forces & Society, 25, 4:633-652.
More about Chris
Before coming to Stanford, I spent 10 years as an officer in the U.S. Army, including 3 years as a member of the faculty at the United States Military Academy, West Point NY, where I taught courses in Sociology and Leadership.