Dan Stanton is an Associate Librarian in the Engagement and Learning Services Department of the Arizona State University Library. Part of the Humanities Division, Dan is an integral part of the Arts + Design + Architecture, and the Engineering + Geography + Sustainability + Sciences Knowledge Teams.
Dan has worked at the ASU Library for over 25 years and contributes his expertise in Government Information (US Federal, and Arizona - State and Local), Citizen Science, Innovation in Society, as well as Film, Dance, and Theatre.
In addition, Dan is dedicated to improving collegial communication and professional development opportunities for library staff, and has served in several leadership roles with the Arizona Library Association and the Mountain Plains Library Association.
Prior to moving to Arizona, Dan was a Peace Corps Volunteer and a bilingual educator in Honduras, and worked as a Country Desk Officer in the InterAmerica Region at Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, DC.
1997 University of Arizona Master of Arts, Information Resources and Library Science
1986 Trinity College Bachelor of Arts in Religion