Meet the Research and Publication Services Team

Matthew Harp​Matthew Harp

Matthew is Digital Projects Librarian for the ASU Library and a team leader for Research and Publication Services in the area of research data management. He supports data and research publication curation services and provides instructional support for best practices in digital preservation, research data management, and ASU Digital Repository collection management. He is also a contributing author to the Research Data Services Library Guide.
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7173-4827

Anali Perry​Anali Perry

Anali is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at ASU Library, where, among other things, she leads educational outreach for faculty, staff and students on scholarly publishing, author rights, copyright and fair use, open access and open education. Anali also moonlights as the host of The Library Minute video series and is slightly obsessed with productivity methodology. She has a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance from Arizona State University and a Master of Arts in Information Resources and Library Science from the University of Arizona.

Sam Dyal

Sam Dyal

Sam is an Engineering and Data Services Librarian currently working out of the Noble Science and Engineering Library. He is a member of the Library’s Research and Publication Services team and works to assist researchers with their data management needs.  Sam graduated from the University of North Texas in 2011, where he studied Library Science and Digital Content Management and has been a member of the ASU Library since 2014.

Susan Barrett

Susan is director of Digital Repository Services for ASU Library. The Digital Repository Services team collects, shares and preserves the cultural, historical and scholarly story of our ASU community. Sue collaborates with individuals and institutions, within the university and throughout the State of Arizona, to review and renew technology resources that preserve and provide open access to digital primary-source materials.

Mimmo BonanniMimmo Bonanni

Mimmo is the Social Sciences Librarian for ASU Library, and provides research help, instruction and collection development for anthropology, archaeology, global health, justice and social inquiry, museum studies, women and gender studies, and geography and urban planning faculty and students. He also provides information, support, and best practices guidance in the area of research data management and digital curation services for the social science and geography faculty. He is author of the Anthropology & Archaeology, Geographical Sciences, Justice & Social Inquiry, Museum Studies, Urban Planning, and Women & Gender Studies library guides.

Janice Hermer​Janice Hermer

Janice is a Health Sciences Librarian at Arizona State University where she supports faculty, students and staff at ASU's College of Health Solutions and College of Nursing and Health Innovation. In this role, Janice helps undergraduate and graduate students develop research skills. She also assists with literature searches, research projects and developing online library support tools.

​Kevin Pardon

Kevin is a Health Sciences librarian at Arizona State University where he serves as a liaison to the faculty, students, and staff at ASU’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation and College of Health Solutions. In this role, he leads instruction sessions, assists with literature searches, and develops online learning modules. He also assists faculty in these colleges with their research and data management needs.

Stephen Arougheti​Stephen Arougheti

Stephen is our Scholarly Communications Intern. His professional interests include the scholarly research lifecycle, open access in higher education, and issues related to copyright and fair use.

About Research and Publication Services

Research and Publication Services deliver services and systems in support of the investigative process and research output of faculty, staff, and students. We provide tools and resources for researchers to help them plan, manage, archive, share, and assess impact of their work from the libraries and university partners.

Get in Touch