Julie Middlemas is a
librarian at Grossmont College.
She serves as Collection
Development liaison for Anthropology, Child
Development, Family & Consumer Studies, Psychology, Sociology,
Humanities, Theater, History and English. She
is also the lead for electronic resources,
periodicals and reference.
granted tenure in 2006 and was also honored as
Outstanding Faculty Member the same year. She
advanced to full professor in 2011.
Julie received her M.A. in Library
Science at the University of Arizona and B.A. from
the University of Utah with a major in History and a
minor in Sociology. Professional experience
includes Cal State San Marcos, National University
and Chula Vista Public Library in San Diego County.
She was also Assistant Archivist at Weber State
University in Ogden, Utah.
Steven, Middlemas, Julie and Morrison, Patty. "A New Service Model for the Reference Desk: The Student Research
Library Philosophy and Practice.
April (2010). Online.
Julie, Morrison, Patty and Nadra Farina-Hess.
“Reserves textbooks: To buy, or not to
buy?” Library Philosophy and Practice.
Fostering Intellectual Discipline Conference sponsored by
The Center and Foundation
for Critical Thinking; Berkeley, CA.
Currents of History: The Columbia
River & the Making of the American West – NEH Summer
Workshop for Community College Teachers"; Portland,
Academic Senate for the California
Community Colleges Curriculum Institute; San Jose,