Senior Lecturer/School Library Media
BS French and Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
BA Elementary Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MLIS & School Library Media Certification, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Susan’s career as a K-12 classroom teacher took her to Gurnee, Wilmette, Boise, Singapore, and San Diego. After receiving her MLIS from SOIS, she was a School Library Media Specialist in the Milwaukee area for grades 5-12 in the in the Shorewood School District, and grades K-5 the Mequon-Thiensville School District. Susan is UW-Milwaukee's School Library Media Coordinator, assisting and advising students in Wisconsin, and other states, in obtaining certification as K-12 library media specialists.
INFOST 520 Managing Library Collections
INFOST 524 Management of Library and Information Services
INFOST 642 School Library Media Programs and Resources
INFOST 647 Library Services for Children and Young Adults
Hersh, S. and Peterson, R. (2013). The distribution of resources. In Rethinking Mathematics, 2nd edition. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.
Hersh, S., Treptow, M., Zellmann S., et. al., (2016). Improve teacher effectiveness with a research and digital learning specialist. Presentation at School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education, Wisconsin Dells, WI.
Hersh, S. and Miller A. (2014). With liberty and books for all: reading and writing to build community. Presentation at The Educators Network for Social Justice Conference, Franklin, WI.