Anne McMahon Grant, research librarian for history and geography, has been named Strategic Directions Facilitator for Clemson Libraries. In this position, Grant will play a key role in writing, communicating about, and implementing the Libraries’ next strategic plan.
Grant has been with Clemson Libraries for more than 21 years. During that time, she has held a number of leadership roles, both at the University level and within the Libraries. She chaired the University Assessment Committee and the Train the Trainer Campus Group and has served on many other boards and committees, including the University Grievance Board, the University Graduate Academic Integrity Committee, the Clemson Online Faculty Advisory Board and the Academic Technology Council.
For the Libraries, she co-chaired the Library Flexwork Ad Hoc Committee and the Mold Mitigation Task Force, and chaired the Library Faculty Reappointment Committee, the Library Curriculum Committee and several other committees and groups.
In addition to her job as a research librarian, Grant also serves as instruction coordinator, managing the libraries’ instruction program for both graduate and undergraduate students.
Grant earned her bachelor’s in history from Western Carolina University and a post-graduate diploma in Scottish and Irish studies from the University of Aberdeen. She earned a master’s in history from Clemson and her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Alabama. She is currently working towards her doctorate in learning sciences from Clemson.