- Masters in Library and Information Sciences from Queens College
- Bachelors in English from the State University of New York at Buffalo
Carlo Minchillo is the Substitute Librarian for Research & Instructional Services at Queens College. His area of expertise includes reference services, information literacy, and instruction. His experience working for academic libraries in the NYC and Greater New York area includes The College of New Rochelle, Iona College, and New York Institute of Technology.
Carlo first began his library career at Queens College as a Graduate Student, Intern, and Information Assistant in the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library. Upon graduation, he was hired as a College Office Assistant for processing lending requests in the InterLibrary Loan department. In 2014, he began an Adjunct Reference Librarian position at the College of New Rochelle, developing his research skills in the Arts & Humanities and Adult Learner Education curriculum. Shortly after, he was promoted to the role of Learning Commons Librarian and then later to Learning Commons Coordinator, reporting directly to the Dean of Libraries and working closely with the Library, Academic Computing, and Information Technology departments. Building upon his knowledge of collaborative information spaces and library technology, he accepted a position as an Emerging Technology Librarian at New York Institute of Technology, where he oversaw the specialized technology and operations of the Innovation Lab.
In addition to the subject specialties listed, Carlo is enthusiastic about music performance, sound formats (analog/digital), music publishing, and audio recording and production.
Subject Liaison To
- Byzantine & Modern Greek
- Modern Greek
- Italian American Studies
- Media Studies
- Information Literacy
- Library Information Spaces / Learning Commons
- Emerging Technology
- ENG110: Information in the Digital Age