Susan joined the Olin Library in 2010. She received her B.A. from Knox College in Galesburg, IL where she double majored in History & Spanish. She has an M.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque and earned her MSLIS from Florida State University. Her responsibilities at Olin include instruction, reference and creating the library into the “third place” on campus. Her research interests include the library as a place and user experience. She had conducted research on the role of the library in lives of 2nd year students and student learning in the library. She welcomes the opportunity to assist students and faculty with their research. Please don’t hesitate to contact her for help. Susan is also an avid runner and enjoys watching sports. She is a huge fan of the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox as well as the Rollins Tars.
Nadia Ramirez ’13 is the first Rollins alum to earn a place in the highly competitive Rangel International Affairs Program, which is designed to prepare graduate students for careers in Foreign Service.