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Deborah Ceppaglia, M.L.S.next

Deborah Ceppaglia

Deborah M. Ceppaglia

Professor and Professional Librarian, Library

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About Deborah M. Ceppaglia:

Deborah Ceppaglia has been with Medaille College since 1995, with experience in library operations, academic affairs, and as a full-time faculty member. She attended the State University of New York at Buffalo, receiving her B.A. degree in History in 1992 and her M.L.S. degree in 1993.  She has worked as a Public Services Librarian for the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library in Lancaster, NY and as a Reference/Instructional Librarian for Genesee Community College.

Ceppaglia has developed courses for the College’s Student Success Program and general education curriculum. She is also the advisor to students for the College’s Academic Alternatives.  Along with serving on numerous College committees, including Faculty Council for the past several years, Ceppaglia is the coordinator of the College’s Commencement ceremonies and Honors Convocation. She also participates in national and state organizations dealing with academics, learning, and libraries.

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B.A., M.L.S., State University of New York at Buffalo