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Judit H. Ward

Science Reference and Instruction Librarian

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Judit H. Ward is the resident science librarian on the Cook Campus. A research librarian with demonstrated interest in multidisciplinary and cross-cultural topics throughout her entire career, she is currently focusing on promoting reading in various settings. She was PI on Reading for Recovery, a project funded by the American Library Association to advance the


Nicholas Allred

PhD Candidate, Graduate Specialist

Nick Allred (MSt., Oxford) is a PhD candidate in the English department here at Rutgers.  His research focuses on compulsive habits like drinking and ideas about fictional character in eighteenth-century Britain.  Nick has taught courses at Rutgers on poetry, writing, the early novel, and eighteenth-century literature and culture.


Julianna Rossano

Graduate Coordinator- Tales We Read

Julianna Rossano is an MI student currently interning for the Rutgers Climate Institute. She also completed her undergraduate education at Rutgers, obtaining degrees in English and ITI. Julianna has experience in writing, editing, and social media. She is interested in progressive programming for public libraries.


Jennifer Coffman (team member, Fall 2019 – Fall 2020)

Graduate Reference and Instruction Assistant

Jennifer is a Reference and Instruction Graduate Assistant and Master of Information candidate at Rutgers and a former Chemistry PhD candidate. She helps librarians tackle their myriad of projects and assists the Rutgers community with their reference needs. She continues to focus on developing her skills in instruction and outreach in STEM librarianship in the


Anya Bolden (team member in Fall 2020)

Undergraduate Coordinator - Tales We Read

Anya Bolden

Anya Bolden is an undergraduate student majoring in history. She is in the Public History program and completed an internship with Rutgers University Libraries: Special Collections. Anya is the president of READ: the Rutgers University Book ClubRutgers University Book Club. She is completing a thesis on the role of American culture in the late Soviet


Lila Kwederis (team member, Fall 2019-Spring 2020)

Graduate Reference and Instruction Assistant

Update: Lila Kwederis graduated in May 2020, and is now a librarian in the Edison Public Library, continuing book recommendations on her Facebook page. Lila Kwederis is a hybrid MI student working at Douglass and Chang. She earned two B.S. degrees in English Literature and Communications Studies at Ithaca College. She has experience working for