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Stephanie Bandel

Stephanie Bandel

Assistant Professor


“I am excited about being a librarian in this community because I am passionate about providing innovative library services to the faculty, staff, and community of APSU.” What excites you most about being part of the Austin Peay community?
MLIS, Valdosta State University
BS, Austin Peay State University
My prior experience in delivering educational programs is rooted in an academic environment, encompassing roles such as course instruction librarian, course material development, and classroom teaching. Additionally, I have consistently engaged in presentations focusing on community building, library programming, and community engagement at the annual conference of the Tennessee Library Association. My background is in public, academic and special libraries and archives.
Fostering inclusivity in academia
Enhanced communication
Language practices and individual agency
Library anxiety
  • Bandel, S., The impact of COVID-19: A discussion with Dr. Jason Martin, Interim Dean of James. E. Walker Library Middle Tennessee State University. (2020). Tennessee Libraries, 70(2). https://www.tnla.org/page/TL70_2 

  • Bandel, S. (2018) [Review of the book The Battle of Peach Creek, by E. J. Hess]. Tennessee Libraries, 68(1). https://www.tnla.org/page/TL68_1_bookr 

  • Bandel, S. (2017) [Review of the book The Papers of Andrew Jackson Volume X, 1832, by D. Feller, T. Coens, & L. E. Moss]. Tennessee Libraries 67(4). https://www.tnla.org/page/TL67_4_bookr