Melissa Aho, she/her/hers Evening Supervisor

Email
aho@umn.edu
Phone
612-626-5967
Experts
Experts@UMN
Position title
Evening Supervisor
Libraries department
Health Sciences
Alternate profile
Full profile at the Health Sciences Library site

About

Melissa is the Evening and Circulation Supervisor in the Health Sciences Library, a position she has held since 2007. Melissa has worked in a variety of libraries in Minnesota, as well as a 1st through 12th grade library in Honduras. She has also participated on archaeological excavations in Belize, Colorado, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, researched mosque architecture in Guyana and Minnesota, taken salsa lessons in Havana, Cuba, and spent various amounts of time in 16 countries. She has had over 100 book reviews published, as well as book chapters, articles, and two books. In her free time she is working on her Ph.D. in International Development from the Department of Political Science, International Development and International Affairs at the University of Southern Mississippi. She is a member of many professional organizations, including American Library Association; The Ninety-Nines, the International Organization of Women Pilots; and The Explorers Club, MN12.

Education

Ph.D.

(ABD, Currently in Progress)

University of Southern Mississippi (International Development) (Major: Political Development, Minor: Security Studies)

M.Ed.

2016

University of Minnesota – Twin Cities (Learning Technologies)

M.A.

2009

University of St. Thomas (Art History)

M.L.I.S.

2001

Dominican University (Library and Information Science)

M.S.

1998

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (Anthropology)

Postbaccalaureate Graduate Certificate

2019

University of Minnesota – Twin Cities (Elections Administration)

Postbaccalaureate Graduate Certificate

2012

University of Minnesota – Twin Cities (Online Distance Learning Postbaccalaureate Graduate Certificate)