Param Bedi

ParamVice President for Library and Information Technology

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219 Bertrand Library

Param Bedi is the Vice President for Library and Information Technology at Bucknell University. He joined Bucknell in January 2008. Param is the chief strategist and visionary for comprehensive library/information technology planning and implementation, in support of the University's mission. He provides leadership in creating an environment that energizes and extends library and technology support for the learning, teaching, scholarly, and administrative needs of students, faculty, and staff. He advises on all policy and investment decisions related to technology and library, working in close collaboration with the President, administration, faculty, students, and University departments. He leads an 85 staff member organization at Bucknell.

Param also serves on the editorial board for the Bucknell University Press. He also serves on the board of Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research, KINBER. KINBER is a non-profit coalition of Pennsylvania's education, research, healthcare, economic development and other non-profit based communities. KINBER is lighting the way for new and innovative partnerships for its anchor institutions and members in the realms of digital resources, regional peering, telemedicine, high performance computing and network-centric information technology applications. Members will benefit from enhanced access to regional, national, and global research and educational networks with "built-in" opportunities for collaborations between members. Prior to joining Bucknell University, Param served as Vice President for Technology and Library and chief information officer at Arcadia University in Glenside, Pa., near Philadelphia since 1999. At Arcadia, he also taught courses in finance, management information systems, math, and educational technology as an adjunct faculty member since 1992. He received his MBA in Finance and an M.S. in Management Information Systems from Temple University.

Dan Heuer

DanHead of Discovery and Access Services

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117 Bertrand Library

Dan Heuer began working at the Bertrand Library in 2009 after finishing his M.A. in American Literature from Bucknell University. He also holds a B.S. in geology and has filled all requirements for a B.A. in Spanish from Bucknell. Dan began his library career in interlibrary loan and has taken on more responsibilities as the years have progressed. He now serves as head of discovery and access services. Dan is responsible for the full life-cycle of library resources, both print and electronic, and he works directly with colleagues to ensure the maximum usefulness of the library collection. He works with librarians, faculty, and staff in the development and implementation of collection development strategies and coordinates the expenditure of the library's materials budget. He supervises staff members responsible for acquisitions, cataloging, electronic resources, periodicals and serials, access services and interlibrary loan, and he serves as a core member of the University's copyright team.

Stephen O'Hara

SteveDirector of Technology Services

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218 Bertrand Library

Stephen joined Bucknell in April 2016 as the Director of Technology Services.  He provides leadership and strategic planning for Classroom and Lab Support, Equipment Desk, Event Support, and Technology Support.

Prior to joining Bucknell, Stephen held various levels of Information Technology leadership roles in a number of Fortune 500 companies.  Stephen holds a Master of Business Administration from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Science from Pennsylvania State University. 

Isabella O'Neill

IsabellaHead of Special Collections and University Archives

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28 Bertrand Library

The mission of Special Collections/University Archives is to collect, preserve, and provide access to the historical records of Bucknell University and the Bertrand Library's collection of rare and unique materials. Special Collections/University Archives is a public service point in the Bertrand Library that provides research assistance, instruction for classes, and access to its collections. Collection building is intentional with the goal to support faculty research and student learning that occurs in an environment where students can work hands-on with rare and unique books and other materials. Among other duties, Isabella is managing the long term project of establishing the university archives program and bringing access to this collection.

Beginning her career in public libraries, Isabella came to Special Collections/University Archives with prior experience managing several Bertrand Library services and collection areas: research, instruction, government information, assessment, and student outreach. She has an undergraduate degree in English literature and received her Master of Science in Library Science from Drexel University.

Kevin Willey

KevinExecutive Director, Enterprise Technologies

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107 Computer Center

Kevin manages a talented team of engineers, developers, system administrators, operations staff, and business intelligence professionals to build and operate Bucknell's broad suite of systems and applications and the infrastructure on which they run. Enterprise Technologies plays a critical institutional role in aligning technology solutions to the dynamic and demanding institutional people and processes that make Bucknell work. Kevin plays a leading role in governance activities and project management as well as maintaining effective relationships with functional areas and constituents across the campus community ensuring that our technology supports the needs of the institution.

Before coming to Bucknell, Kevin spent 20 years managing technology people, projects, and systems in the manufacturing sector as well as 10 years supporting Electronic Health Records and managing enterprise-level merger and acquisition projects in healthcare. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from GMI Engineering and Management Institute and an M.S. in Management from Walsh College, both in his home state of Michigan. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and has earned various Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) certifications in addition to being certified in Lean.