Science & Engineering Library: Online Open House

Who We Are: Staff

Suzanne (Su) Henderson is the Library Manager at the Science & Engineering Library. She started at USC's Hancock Library of Biology and Oceanography when "Penny Lane" by the Beatles was a number one hit, Julia Roberts was born, the average cost of a house was $14,250, and Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the first black justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. She transferred to the Science & Engineering Library when the Winter Olympics were held in Salt Lake City, Utah, when Halle Berry became the first black actress to win the Academy Award for Best Actress, and when the cost of a dozen eggs was $1.40. She is available to assist with any access service issues at the Science & Engineering Library.

Raul Franco is currently in his 6th year as Library Supervisor at Science & Engineering Library. He is normally found at the circulation desk, and can help with navigating the library, checking out books, or any questions regarding library accounts. Raul also provides support for library copiers, and other library equipment and spaces. 

Ricardo Peña is currently a Library Supervisor. Ricardo began working for the USC Libraries as a Student Assistant. He was a full-time Library Assistant then Library Supervisor at the now closed Hancock Library of Biology and Oceanography. He then joined the staff at the Science & Engineering Library.​​​​​​

Lisa Crow is a Library Supervisor at the Science & Engineering Library. She graduated cum laude from the University of Southern California with a BA in English/Creative Writing and completed her Masters in Library and Information Science atSan Jose State University. She was born and raised in Michigan, now lives in California with her partner Crow, their daughter, Catherine, their two boys, and various and sundry furry folk.

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