Sarah E. Morris

Sarah E. Morris is head of instruction in Emory University Libraries. She also serves as a subject librarian for English. Before her arrival at Emory, Sarah spent two years as the learning and assessment librarian at the University of Texas in Austin. She also spent three years as the first-year experience librarian at Loyola University-Chicago, and four years in museum education for various children’s and art museums. Born in Jacksonville, NC, Sarah grew up in Abilene, TX. She earned her bachelor’s degree in history at Southwestern University, a master’s degree of humanities, with a concentration in English literature, from the University of Chicago, and a master’s of science in information science from UT-Austin. Sarah is also the co-founder of an educational nonprofit called the Nucleus Learning Network.

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