Charles A. Julian
Department: Mary F. Shipper Library
Title: Associate University Librarian and Director of Library
Phone #:(304) 788-6902
Fax #: (304) 788-6946
E-mail Address: Charles.Julian@mail.wvu.edu
PhD – Library Science, The Florida State University
MLS – Library Science, George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University
MA – Information Studies (Social Science), University of Sheffield (England)
BA Education (English 7-12, School Librarian, K-12), Glenville State College
Academic Affairs Council
Faculty Assembly Library Committee
Instructional Resources Committee
Julian, Charles A. “John Cook Bennett and the Attempted Establishment of Wheeling University.” Upper Ohio Valley Historical Review [In Publication].
Julian, Charles A. "How George Washington Became Civil War Spoil." (Wheeling) Sunday News-Register, July 13, 2014, p. A1, A4. [Part of Civil War Sesquicentennial Series – Print].
Julian, Charles A. "Washington Wept Here: The Saga of a Statue's Civil War Travels." Upper Ohio Valley Historical Review 36.1 (2013): 3-15. Print.
Julian, Charles A. "Andrew Sweeney, Ellsworth Milton Statler, Noah Linsly, and Louis Bennett, Jr." (biographical entries): p. 66, 79, 102, 109 in Legendary Locals of Wheeling. Ed. Sean Duffy and Brent Carney. Charleston (SC): Arcadia, 2013. Print.
Contributed biographical information for each entry and assisted with selected of photographs for other subjects in the book.
Copyright and intellectual property
Library information/resource access and removal of barriers
West Virginia history
“Will You Still Love Me If I Leave The Desk: Collaborative Instructional Opportunities and Challenges.” West Virginia Association of College English Teachers, October 3, 2015.
“Librarians As Knowledge Creators and Navigators: Dipping Our Toe Into Academe.” West Virginia Library Association – Annual Conference, October 5, 2015.
“Connecting With the Teaching/Learning Process: Creating a Syllabi Clearinghouse Database at UTM” – Presentation at West Tennessee Academic Library Consortium (WeTALC) – October 18, 2014, Memphis, Tennessee
“Talking About Teaching – UTM – Incorporating the MILE Program Into Freshman Year Initiative/GENS 101 Course” – Co-Presenters: Stephanie Kolitsch and Janet Wilbert – April 7, 2015
“Don’t Make Me Think: Adopting A Student-Centric Library Philosophy.” Keynote presentation at West Tennessee Academic Library Consortium (WeTALC) – October 12, 2013.
“Mining Your Local History Collection: Telling Your Community’s Story Using Library Resources” – Presentation at Tennessee Library Association Annual Conference – May 2, 2014.
I am a great fan of the Universal Studios horror films (1920-1950s) which featured spooky characters and lines such as “Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the Autumn moon is bright.”