Assistant Dean for Information Technology, Assessment, and Project Management, Amy Kornblau, is responsible for oversight of the FAU Libraries Information Technology (IT) Department, the Assessment Unit, and the Special Projects Unit including developing project management processes. As a member of the FAU Libraries senior management team, Assistant Dean Kornblau also collaborates on strategic planning initiatives, setting guidelines and policies, and developing and maintaining resources and services in support of the Dean of University Libraries’ vision of excellence for the FAU Libraries.
Amy Kornblau has been a professional librarian since 1996, earning her Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida (USF). She has a strong foundation in providing both user-focused reference and information technology support and services as an academic librarian. She has worked as a reference librarian at both the USF Libraries (beginning in 1996) and the FAU Libraries (beginning in 1999). At the FAU Libraries, she specialized in the social sciences as the Social Sciences Reference Librarian. As her career at the FAU Libraries progressed, she worked as the Systems (IT) Librarian and headed the FAU Libraries IT Department. Since 2012, she has served as an assistant dean and was responsible for overseeing information technology. In 2016, her responsibilities expanded to include overseeing assessment and project management.
Assistant Dean Kornblau holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Tampa, a master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida, and The Executive Certificate in Project Management (Online) from the FAU College of Business Executive Education.