Annie Donahue is the Library Director at the UNH Manchester campus library. She is an alumna of UNH Manchester earning a B.A. in Humanities with a second major in History in 1994. She completed a Masters of Library Science (MLS) from Southern Connecticut State University in 1995, and a Masters of Liberal Arts (ALM) from Harvard University with a concentration in Celtic Studies in 2005.
Her primary professional duties include administration, reference, library instruction, and collection development. Her research interests include information literacy collaborations between library and teaching faculty, assessment of student learning, and developmental education partnerships among academic support and classroom staff. She has presented her research at the state, regional, and national level and has co-authored an article on student outcome assessment.
Annie enjoys teaching at the college and offers one-credit History Exploration courses in Early Irish Myth and Saga during the spring term and a four-credit inquiry course entitled Everlasting Fame: the hero in literature, film, and popular culture during the fall term.
Beyond the University, Annie is active in the New Hampshire Library Association where she has served on the Executive Board since 2005. Annie enjoys professional and amateur theatrical productions, exploring favorite places in Ireland and Great Britain, discovering new places and learning about different cultures through travel and/or reading, movies, and spending time catching up with friends and family.