B.S., Psychology with a Minor in Management, Northern Michigan University
M.A., Applied Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Millicent Weber serves as the Data Science Librarian at the Baylor Libraries. She is currently finishing up her Ph.D. in Applied Psychology remotely through Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC), with her dissertation focusing on the relationships among job stress, burnout, and turnover intentions in academic librarians. Prior to Baylor, she served as the graduate assistant across various departments within SIUC’s Morris Library, including reference services, circulation services, and book repair/preservation. She also served as an Associate and Senior Advisor at Applied Research Consultants within SIUC, wherein she provided consulting services to clients within SIUC and the local area on data, statistical, and evaluation needs.
Foster Kaufman, A., Fyn, A. F., Weber, M., & Heady, C. (in press). The Dysfunctional Library and Academic Librarian Turnover. In Acadia, S. (Ed.). Libraries as Dysfunctional Organizations and Workplaces. Routledge.
Heady, C., Vossler, J., & Weber, M. (2021). Risk and ARL academic library policies in response to COVID-19. Journal of Library Administration, 61(7), 735-757. doi:10.1080/01930826.2021.1972725
Heady, C., Fyn, A. F., Foster Kaufman, A., Hosier, A., & Weber, M. (2020). Contributory Factors to Academic Librarian Turnover: A Mixed-Methods Study, Journal of Library Administration, 60(6), 579-599, doi:10.1080/01930826.2020.1748425