Eli Arnold

A 2006 Oglethorpe grad, I joined the Philip Weltner Library as a Reference Librarian in 2014 after working at the Sturgis Library of Kennesaw State University for two years. Before that, I served the Oglethorpe Office of Admission for six years.

Originally from Franklin, Tennessee, I transferred to Oglethorpe after attending St. John’s College, Annapolis, for a year. At Oglethorpe, I designed my own major in archaeology though our Individually Planned Major (IPM) program. In addition to participating in two short-term study abroad trips to Italy and Greece, I spent a semester abroad at Corpus Christi College in Oxford, England, studying Paleolithic and Biblical archaeology. I tried to take advantage of all of the opportunities I could while a student!

In 2012, I completed my Master of Library and Information Science degree and am excited to be back at Oglethorpe assisting students with research and spreading the word on our great resources. There’s a lot of bad information out there; I’m excited to help students evaluate and use the information successfully!

When not helping students, I enjoy reading up on Oglethorpe history, watching classic cinema with my partner John, and playing with our dog Madi.

Head of Reference Services
Philip Weltner Library
Lowry Hall, 1st Floor
(404) 364-8885
earnold@oglethorpe.edu

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