Ginger Williams earned a B.A. in History from Furman University in 1985. She earned three degrees from the University of South Carolina: the M.L.S. in 1988, J.D. in 1989, and S.L.I.S. in 2004. Ginger originally joined the Wichita State University (WSU) Library faculty in 2008 as Assistant Professor and Acquisitions Librarian, left in 2015 for the position of Senior Librarian and Head of Acquisitions at Texas State University, then returned to WSU in 2022 as Professor and Coordinator of Collections. Prior to coming to WSU, Ginger was an Assistant Professor in the Mississippi State University Libraries (2004-2008), the Director of Instruction and Federal Programs for Barnwell (SC) School District 29 (2001-2003), and a school librarian (1989-2001).
Ginger’s scholarly interests focus on collection development and assessment.

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