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An experienced translator, linguist, analyst, designer, and manager, Dr. Mays came to librarianship through working in a research library with multilingual materials and solving international supplier problems.   Committed to excellence, innovation, creativity, and ethical leadership, she takes pride in curating library resources in support of academic and research pursuits. In charge of collection development, Antje's role covers Libraries-wide collection strategies and collaborations. As liaison the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, she strategically curates library resources and designs research guides for Arabic & Islamic Studies, Hebrew & Judaic Studies, Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Italian, and Russian & Slavic Studies. Her research covers library collections, accreditation, assessment, business models, management and leadership, education and training as economic development drivers, national and global security, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and the role of information in society. In addition to her campus role, Antje engages in mentoring, research and service around education and training, food security, historic preservation, art, and design.

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