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CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE
Library branches included: Rivera Library (serving the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, School
of Education, and the School of Business Administration) and Orbach Science Library (serving the College of
Natural & Agricultural Sciences, and the College of Engineering and Biomedical Sciences).
Library branches NOT included: Media and Music Libraries (there are no librarian employees in these facilities).
CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
Library branches included: UCSD Library. We no longer have branch libraries. Instead, UCSD Library has been
restructured from discipline to functionally-based programs.
CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
Library branches included: Arts Library.
CASE WESTERN RESERVE
Library branches included: Harris Smith Library at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and Kulas
Music Library.
CHICAGO
Library branches included: All libraries are included in Main; we do not break out Law and Science.
2012–13 Beginning Professional Salary corrected to $55,000.
CINCINNATI
Library branches included: Survey statistics include the main library and eight college and departmental
libraries (Archives and Rare Books; Chemistry-Biology; Classics; Design, Architecture, Art and Planning;
Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services; Engineering and Applied Science; Geology-Mathematics-
Physics; and Music), and two regional campus libraries.
COLORADO
Library branches included: Main (Norlin); Music; Business; Engineering, Math, Physics; and Earth Science
& Maps.
COLORADO STATE
Library branches NOT included: Veterinary Branch.
The number of staff for 2013–14 drastically went up due to a change provided by the State of Colorado. Persons in
a state-classified staff position who were not counted as professionals in previous years were permitted to opt in
to a professional position.
CONNECTICUT
Library branches included: Regional Campus Libraries as follows: Avery Point Campus, Greater Hartford
Campus (Harleigh B Trecker Library), Stamford Campus (Jeremy Richard Library), Torrington Campus (Julie
Brooker Thompson Library), and Waterbury Campus. Also includes Special Libraries located on the main
campus as follows: Archives & Special Collections, Art & Design Library, Map Library, Music & Dramatic Arts
Library and Pharmacy Library.
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