Alumna Receives National Recognition from Library Journal
Friday, March 14, 2014
Oklahoma State University alumna Teresa Runnels has been recognized by in the Library Journal’s Movers and Shakers 2014, The People Shaping the Future of Libraries. Runnels earned a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction at OSU in 2001. She currently serves as the American Indian Resource Center Coordinator at the Tulsa City-County Library.
At the Tulsa City-County Library, one of only two U.S. public libraries with a center dedicated to American Indians, Runnels oversees native language programs and a collection in excess of 4,000 books, magazines, and other media written by or about American Indians.
One of 50 members of the Movers and Shakers class, Runnels will be honored at the American Library Association Conference in late June.