Greg serves as the University Archivist and is responsible for the collecting and managing of the records of Iowa State University that have enduring historical significance. These records include Administrative Units, Faculty and Staff Papers, and Alumni Papers, as well as committee files, university reports, and university publications. Prior to coming to ISU, Greg was the University Archivist and Clements Curator at Texas A&M University from 2014-2019, and he served as University Archivist and Records Manager from 2011-2014 at Stephen F. Austin University.
Greg majored in History with Political Science and Geography minors at Eastern Illinois University. He holds an MLS with a concentration in Archives and Records Management from Indiana University – Bloomington.
Oral History Program Manager
As Oral History Program Manager, Michael is responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting oral history projects for Special Collections and University Archives. He has previously worked as an architectural historian for the City of Mobile, Alabama's Historic Development Commission; as a teaching assistant in the Department of History as a discussion leader and independent instructor; and as an archival intern with the Theodore Roosevelt Center and Iowa Department of Transportation.Michael is a Ph.D. candidate in Rural, Agricultural, Technological, and Environmental History. He grew up just north of Ames, in Story City, and also earned his M.A. in History, B.A. in History and Political Science, and a graduate certificate in Preservation and Cultural Heritage from Iowa State University. His dissertation examines the agricultural and environmental dimensions of political ideology in Civil War-era Iowa and Illinois and explores the unique intellectual underpinnings of the region that, by the turn of the twentieth century, was recognized as the "Corn Belt."
Rare Books and Manuscripts Archivist
As Rare Books and Manuscripts Archivist, Amy oversees two major collections areas that make up the "Special Collections" part of Special Collections and University Archives. She curates the Rare Books Collection by making new purchases and evaluating donations. She also develops the Manuscripts Collections, by reaching out to people and organizations whose lives and work tell stories that broaden our understanding of the human experience and who may wish to donate their personal/family papers or organizational records to the Special Collections and University Archives. She also contributes to efforts to engage users with the collections through library instruction, blog posts, exhibitions, reference work, and community outreach.
Amy has served as Rare Books and Manuscripts Archivist since 2015. She holds an MSLIS with a Certificate in Special Collections from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a BA in English from Northland College. She has served on committees with the Midwest Archives Conference, the Society of American Archivists, and the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Part of the processing team, Carson joined Special Collections and University Archives in 2019. As a Processing Archivist, they work to make collections available to researchers at ISU and around the world, arranging and describing physical and digital materials according to local methods and professional best practices. Carson earned their MSIS from the University of Texas, with endorsements of specialization in digital archives and digital collections design.
Olivia is the reference coordinator and joined SCUA in 2017. In her role, she is responsible for answering the majority of reference questions and ushering photoduplication, AV, and image request orders through the system. She loves to connect patrons to the sources and information they are looking for. Olivia also assists in coordinating the schedule and services in the reading room. Olivia earned a BA in history and political science from the University of Iowa and an MLIS from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Lead Processing Archivist
Rosalie has served as the Lead Processing Archivist since joining Iowa State University in 2017. In her position, she is responsible for arrangement and description of all collections, regardless of format. She implements standards and methodologies to make collections available to researchers and manage collections as effectively as possible.
Prior to joining ISU, Rosalie worked in the Emerson College Archives and Special Collections as an archivist and records manager. She received her MS in Library Science with a concentration in Archives Management from Simmons College (now Simmons University). She has been active with the Midwest Archives Conference, the Society of American Archivists, and formerly the New England Archivists.
Kahlee is a processing archivist and joined SCUA in 2019. She helps preserve and make collections accessible though the arrangement and description of physical and digital materials. She received a MA in Public History from North Carolina State University, and an MLS with a concentration in archives and records management from the University of North Carolina. She is a member of Society of American Archivists, National Council on Public History, Midwest Archives Conference, and the Consortium of Iowa Archivists.
Student Life Archivist
As the Student Life Archivist, Rebecca leads SCUA’s efforts to document and preserve a more robust and inclusive record of student life at Iowa State University. Working with students and alumni, she is responsible for facilitating the donation of materials that express a range of perspectives, people, and formats (both analog and digital) produced by ISU students, student organizations, and through student activism. For those who are more comfortable maintaining their own records, Rebecca serves as a resource to teach students how to care for their records in-house. She connects with students, past and present, encouraging them to take an active role in preserving their impact at ISU.
Rebecca holds a BA in English, Creative Writing, and Scandinavian Studies with a Music minor from Augustana College, and an MSIS with Endorsements of Specialization in Archival Administration and Preservation Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. In addition, Rebecca holds a Certificate from the University of North Texas in the Advanced Management in Libraries and Information Agencies. Rebecca joined SCUA in the Fall of 2022 and remains active in the Society of American Archivists and American Library Association.