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Matthew Sheehy

Matthew Sheehy

University Librarian, Brandeis University
Matthew Sheehy is the Brandeis National Committee University Librarian at Brandeis University. Prior to joining the Brandeis administration, Sheehy held leadership positions in access services at the Harvard University Libraries, and reference and research services at the New York Public Library, was an associate dean at Adelphi University, and worked in other academic and public libraries. He earned a BM (music composition) from the University of Hartford, The Hartt School and both an MLS and MA (musicology) from the University at Buffalo.

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