Daniel J. Mollner

Associate Professor, Academic Librarian

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B.A., University of Minnesota, 1984
M.S., University of Illinois, 1985
M.A., Mankato State University, 1993



In addition to my regular duties as reference and instruction librarian, I have the following special assignments:

Library Chair, or College Librarian - my present term began in February 2013 and I previously served in this position from 2002-2008.

I am the Government Documents librarian, developing and maintaining an official depository of U.S. Government Publications.

I coordinate the overall development of the library collections and serve as a liaison to the departments and programs of Art &Art History; Geology; Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies (LALACS); Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MLLC), and Music. I also coordinate audio-visual purchases, select materials of an interdisciplinary nature and those of general interest to the liberal arts mission of the College.

As time has permitted, I have had the privilege of teaching several courses over the years, including a First Term Seminar (Persuasion) co-taught with my colleague Michelle Twait, and the Three Crowns Curriculum Senior Seminar, the latter both as a regular course and by arrangement.


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Office: Library Administration (Main Floor)

Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 College Avenue
St. Peter, Minnesota 56082

voice: (507) 933-7569
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