Hello. This is me, Frank J. Lepkowski. Currently I'm the Associate Dean here at Kresge Library.
Before moving into adminstration, I spent a goodly number of years coordinating our program of instruction/information literacy, teaching, working on the library's web site, and providing reference service and research consultations. I also used to teach Rhetoric 160, Composition II. So how and why students seek information, and how they put it to use, are of great interest to me from a variety of perspectives.
I received my B.A. in English from Cornell University in 1978, my M.A. in Library Science from the University of Michigan in 1982, and my M.A. in English from Oakland University in 1992. I've published articles on topics in library science and literary criticism as well as poems in various journals. For an exhaustive listing of these, please check out my bibliography link across the way.
As a fitfully productive poet, I've placed some of my productions up for your perusal as well. And as a voracious, compulsive reader, some of the more memorable passages from favorite readings have been collected in my commonplace book.