Lambuth Campus Librarian
Lisa Reilly joined the University of Memphis Libraries in 2019. She provides leadership and direction for the delivery of library resources and services, manages the development of the Lambuth Library collection, and provides library instruction and research assistance at the University of Memphis Lambuth Campus. As part of her outreach work, she serves as the Lambuth Campus STEM Lending Library Director and coordinates the circulation of STEM kits to local educators.
- University of North Texas, M.S., Information Sciences, with certificates in Digital Content Management and Digital Curation, 2015
- Ashford University, M.A., Teaching and Learning with Technology, 2008
- University of Tennessee at Martin, B.S., Elementary Education, 1996
- Lambuth Campus Librarian, Assistant Professor of Teaching, University of Memphis, May 2019 – present
- Elementary Teacher, Jackson-Madison County School System, Aug 2017 – May 2019
- Instructional Design Coordinator, Dyersburg State Community College, June 2015 – June 2017
- Library Media Specialist, Gibson County Special School District, August 2009 – May 2015
- Elementary Teacher, Gibson County Special School District, September 1996 – May 2009
- Reilly L. and Singarella, I. (2022). Evaluating information seeking behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. Southeastern Librarian (Accepted for publication).
- Reilly, L. (2022, June 2). West TN STEM Hub Resources Presentation and Workshop. 2022 Innovations in STEM Conference. University of Memphis Lambuth, Jackson, TN.
- Reilly, L. and Singarella, I. (2022, April 8). Evaluating information seeking behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. West Tennessee Academic Library Consortium Spring Meeting. Memphis, TN.
Outreach, Service & Membership
- West TN STEM Hub Steering Committee, member, 2020-present
- Jackson-Madison County Bicentennial Education Sub-Committee, representative of the University of Memphis Lambuth, 2021-2022
- University of Memphis Lambuth Art & Garden Committee, member, and coordinator of the University of Memphis Lambuth Art & Garden Book Club, 2020