Computer Lab, 718-960-6988
Education Library, 718-960-8582
Electronic Resources, 718-960-6760
Government Documents, 718-960-8831
Interlibrary Loan, 718-960-7762
Library Office, 718-960-8577
Special Collections, 718-960-8603
Technical Services, 718-960-8428
B.A., Lehman College; M.S. Ed., Lehman College; M.L.S., Pratt Institute
Government Documents-Collection Development Librarian
Subject: Sociology, Latin American, Latino and Puerto Rican Studies, Spanish
Higher Education Assistant
B.A., Hunter College; M.L.S., University of Maryland; M.A., Hunter College
Head of Reference
Subject: Political Science
B.A., George Washington University; M.L.I.S., Rutgers University; M.S., Baruch College
Web Services-Online Learning Librarian
Subjects: Languages and Literature, French, Computer Science
B.S., Lehman College
IT Academic Technology Specialist
B.A., Ramapo College of New Jersey; M.L.I.S., Pratt Institute
Electronic Resources Librarian
Subjects: Computer Science, Psychology
A.B., Columbia College; M.L.S., University at Buffalo; M.A., CUNY Graduate Center
Coordinator of Information Literacy and Assessment
Subjects: English-Contemporary Literature, Philosophy and Religion, Classics, Greek and Latin
B.A., State University of New York Albany; M.L.I.S., Pratt Institute; M.A., Hunter College
Head of Technical Services
Subject: Languages and Literatures, Women's Studies, Japanese
B.S., Cornell University; M.L.S., Simmons College; M.Ed., Framingham State University
Open Resources Librarian-STEM Liaison
Subjects: Astronomy, Biological Sciences, Chemistry,
Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences, Physics, Mathematics
B.A., University of Washington; Certificate, Yale; M.S.L.S., Columbia University; M.S., Lehman College
Subjects: Literacy/Special Education, Early Childhood/Childhood Education, Middle and High School Education
B.A.; University of Pennsylvania; M.L.S., Queens College; CAS Digital Libraries, Syracuse University
Subjects: Business and Economics
Munch, Janet Butler
B.A., Mercy College; M.L.S., Pratt Institute; D.L.S., Columbia University
Special Collections Librarian
Subjects: African and African American Studies , Archives (College Documents), History, Irish
B.A., State University of New York College at Geneseo; M.S., Pratt Institute; M.L.I.S., Pratt Institute
Instructional Technologies Librarian
Subjects: Art, Italian
B.A., University of California, Berkeley; M.F.A., Yale School of Drama; M.L.S., Pratt Institute
Subjects: Journalism, Communication, and Theater
B.A., Iona College; M.L.I.S., Long Island University; M.S.Ed., Baruch College
Head of Access Services
Subjects: Textbooks and Videos
Higher Education Associate
B.A., Hunter College; M.A., M.L.S., Queens College
Subjects: Anthropology, Music
B.A., Princeton Univ.; M.B.A., Baruch College/Mt. Sinai School of Medicine; M.L.I.S., Pratt Institute
Health and Human Services Librarian
Subjects: Health Sciences, Nursing, Social Work, Speech, Language, and
Emeritus Associate Professor
Emeritus Associate Professor
Del Castillo, Bienvenida
COA-Circulation and Reserve
CAA-Library Administrative Assistant
Books and technology, print and electronic documents, databases, Special Collections, and multimedia are the various formats of the 21st century academic library. Providing both physical and virtual space, websites, and Group Study Rooms are some of the challenges in operating a Library round-the-clock, in a 24/7 digital environment.
We are proud of our light-filled building, and committed to outstanding user services. Ultimately, the strongest feature of our Library is our faculty and staff, who always seek ways to serve you better.
Kenneth Schlesinger, Chief Librarian
The Library supports Lehman’s educational mission, and is committed to providing staff, facilities, resources, technology, and services that meet the information and scholarly requisites of the College community, help foster personal and professional development, and inspire lifelong learning.
We are dedicated to:
Providing a friendly, welcoming environment
Maintaining a comfortable, attractive facility that promotes research and inquiry
Acquiring print, electronic, and multimedia resources that address curricular and research mandates
Encouraging information and computer literacy through instruction
Adopting innovative technologies that enhance research, teaching, and learning
Serving as a portal for acquisition and dissemination of scholarship and knowledge
Supporting research needs of the CUNY community and affiliates, as well as patrons consulting the Federal Government Documents Depository and Special Collections.
The Library collaborates with discipline faculty by encouraging the intellectual development and success of students. As Lehman students prepare for careers in a globalized society, they gain an appreciation for liberal arts, sciences, and current technologies.
Library faculty and staff promote a welcoming and user-friendly environment with flexible spaces for study, reflection, and group collaboration. The Library facilitates access to books, journals, documents, and multimedia - and features computer labs, exhibit, and public lecture spaces.
Curriculum and research support are delivered through accessible digital technologies, both onsite and remote. Library faculty provides point-of-need group and individualized research consultations - and is embedded in online teaching modules. Innovative and assistive technology devices engage students and their diverse learning styles through virtual instructional units, personalized consultations, and information literacy instruction.
Library faculty is recognized as campus leaders in fostering critical inquiry and development of skills needed to fulfill course research requirements, stimulate discovery, and engender lifelong learning.
Helping students and faculty navigate the complex information landscape draws on library faculty’s subject knowledge, search expertise, informed collection development competencies - as well as knowledgeable referrals.
Library faculty endorses best practices and invests in ongoing professional development for outstanding public services. We maximize deployment of innovative, emerging technologies, acknowledging the transforming needs of our multicultural, urban campus and the surrounding Bronx community. Ongoing assessment of library operations enhances its contributions to the College and creates a dynamic learning environment.
Don't miss the latest issue of Biblio-Tech, our Library Newsletter. Biblio-Tech is published twice a year.
Please also read our eNewsletter, which provides brief, timely updates on new electronic resources - as well as announcements of new services or critical developments.
As a central locus of teaching and learning, the Library is pivotal in supporting Lehman College's undergraduate and graduate programs - as well as promising high school students and Doctoral candidates.
How Friends of the Leonard Lief Library Can Help
Friends of the Lehman College Library provide private financial support for collections, electronic resources, and competitive facilities and technology. As the portal to print, electronic, and multimedia resources, today's libraries face increased demands with rapid developments in data management and information technologies. Moreover - given escalating costs of library materials - support of Friends of the Library is more timely than ever.
By making a minimum gift of $50, you invest in the Library's future and are granted access privileges and related benefits. Larger gifts provide even enhanced assistance for sustaining the augmenting information resources required for students and faculty.
Benefits for Friends of the Library
Daily access to a comprehensive college library
Research support from qualified reference librarians
Book borrowing privileges
Announcements of book sales and special events
To make an online donation, please visit our 'Giving to Lehman' page.