Footnotes · 107 Institution Note RUTGERS Includes New Brunswick Libraries (Alexander, Mabel Smith Douglass, and Kilmer libraries, as well as the Library of Science and Medicine and its branches), John Cotton Dana Library, Paul Robeson Library, and Technical & Automated Services. Excludes the School of Management and Labor Relations, and the Center for Alcohol Studies. SASKATCHEWAN Includes Main, Natural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, Education, and Engineering Libraries. Number of employees reported is effective July 1, 2007. SOUTH CAROLINA Includes Thomas Cooper Library, South Caroliniana Library, Mathematics Library, Business Library, Music Library, and Film Library. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Includes Accounting, Applied Social Sciences, Architecture & Fine Arts, Business, Science & Engineering, Cinema-Television, Doheny (Research), East Asian, Gerontology, Grand (Depository), Leavey (Undergraduate), Music, Philosophy, and Special Collections. SUNY-ALBANY Includes main campus and branch libraries. SUNY-BUFFALO Includes Arts & Sciences libraries, Music Library, Special Collections (Archives, Poetry and Rare Books). Excludes temporary hires, classified staff, employees at SL-2 level or discretionary increases. SUNY-STONY BROOK Includes Main Campus, Math/Physics, Chemistry, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences libraries. SYRACUSE Includes Main campus Library, Science & Technology Library, Geology Library, Math Library and Physics Library. Excludes the College Reading Rooms. TEMPLE Includes Paley (main) Library Science Engineering and Architecture Library (SEAL) Blockson Afro-American Collection Ambler Campus Library Tyler School of Art Library. In the Main Library, minimum beginning professional salary of $39,000 is based on a 10-month contract, and minimum beginning salary for an 11-month contract is $42,744. TEXAS Includes the University of Texas Libraries, the Center for American History, and the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. Some data for the Center for American History are not available. TEXAS TECH All salaries are as of September 1, 2007, and include the University, Southwest Collection/Special Collections, Architecture, and Vietnam Archives libraries. TORONTO Includes Robarts, Engineering & Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, School of Management, Physics, Faculty of Information Services, Media Commons, Astronomy, Rare Book, Criminology, Music, Earth Sciences, Dentistry, Pharmacy and East Asian libraries, as well as the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, the University of Toronto branches at Scarborough and Mississauga, the University Archives, St. Michael’s College, New College, and the Center for Industrial Relations, School of Management. Medical Library includes Gerstein Science and Information Center and Family and Community Medicine. VANDERBILT Includes the Central Library, Divinity Library, Peabody Library, Management Library, Science & Engineering Library, Special Collections and University Archives, centralized Technical Services, Library Information Services, Administration, and TV News Archive.
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