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Population Research Librarian
Donald E. Stokes Library (Public&International Affairs&Population Research)
Joann Donatiello previously worked at the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, where she started the library; at Monmouth University as Government Documents and Special Collections Librarian; as a quantitative and qualitative researcher and project director in the United States and Europe; and as an assistant lobbyist. Joann has a Master of Library Science, a Master of Arts in Political Science (with specializations in survey research and public policy) from Rutgers University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Spanish from Drew University. She has published journal articles, book reviews, and encyclopedia entries and serves on the Board of Directors of APLIC, the Association of Population Libraries and Information Centers. Her interests include demographic trends, immigration, immigrant populations, and health disparities.
Departments and Programs Served:
Office of Population Research
Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs