Eduardo Tinoco

Associate University Librarian

USC Libraries
University of Southern California

etinoco@usc.edu

(213) 740-9167

 

Biography

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Research Interests:

  • Student Veteran Educational Attainment
  • Higher Education Student Veteran Services
  • 20th Century American Literature
  • US Civil War
  • World War II History
  • US Army Special Operations
  • Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Public Company Financial Filings

Education:

University of Southern California – Los Angeles, California

              Beginning Term:             Fall 2014

              Degree:                           Doctor of Education

              School:                            Barbara J. and Roger W. Rossier School of Education

 

San Jose State University - San Jose, California

Master of Library and Information Science, 2000

 

California State University, Northridge - Northridge, California

Bachelor of Arts, English, 1995

Other Education:

Harvard University – Cambridge, Massachusetts

              Graduate School of Education, Harvard Institutes for Higher Education

              Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians, 2012

 

United States Army - Fort Benning, Georgia

Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course, US Army Infantry Center, 1987

Primary Leadership Development Course, US Army Infantry Center, 1987

Ranger Course 12-86, Headquarters, Ranger Training Brigade, 1986

 

Professional Experience:

University of Southern California (March 2004 - Present)

Faculty Affiliate - The Judith and John Bedrosian Center on Governance and

                         the Public Enterprise (April 2014 - Present)

Associate Dean for Public Services - USC Libraries (July 2011 - June 2014)

Three-year administrative appointment

Associate University Librarian - USC Libraries (July 2009 - Present)

July 2009, granted Continuing Appointment

Business Librarian - USC Libraries (March 2004 - June 2011)

Roy P. Crocker Business Library located at the USC Marshall School of Business

City of Los Angeles (November 2011 - September 2013)

Commissioner - Board of Library Commissioners, Los Angeles Public Library

Nominated by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Confirmed by the Los Angeles City Council,

and term ended when Mayor Eric Garcetti named replacement

Lehman Brothers, Inc. (October 2000 - March 2004)

Business Librarian - Los Angeles Office

Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (January 1995 - September 2000)

Internet Investigations Database Coordinator - Worldwide Anti-Piracy Department (July 1998 - September 2000)

Administrative Assistant - Classification and Ratings Administration (January 1995 - June 1998)

 

Selected Publications:

"Original Darby Ranger, James McVay, 89, Passed Away May 24, 2012."  Patrolling.  75th Ranger Regiment Association: Columbus, GA.  Vol. 27 No. 1&2 (2012): 126.

 

Rest in Peace Ranger McDowell.”  Patrolling.  75th Ranger Regiment Association: Columbus, GA.  Vol. 23 No. 1 (2008): 20.

 

Commencement at USC Plus Military Education Equals Dedication.”  Simi Valley Star.  Scripps Newspaper Group: Simi Valley, CA.  (May 13, 2005): B9.

Tinoco, E.M. “Manweller, Matthew, ed.: Chronology of the US Presidency: v1: George Washington through James Knox Polk; v2: Zachary Taylor through Benjamin Harrison; v3: William McKinley through John F. Kennedy; v4: Lyndon Baines Johnson through Barrack Hussein Obama Jr.”  Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 50.1 (September 2012): p54

 

Tinoco, E.M. “Fredriksen, John C.: Fighting Elites: A History of U.S. Special Forces.”  Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 49.7 (May 2012): p1623.

 

Tinoco, E.M. “Gutek, Gerald: Pathways to the Presidency A Guide to the Lives, Homes, and Museums of the U.S. Presidents.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 49.4 (Dec 2011): p656.

Tinoco, E.M. "Chapman, Peter. The last of the imperious rich: Lehman Brothers, 1844- 2008." CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 49.2 (Oct. 2011): p358.

 

Tinoco, E.M. "Johnson, Stephen K.: The Harvard Business Review annotated bibliography: all articles, 1922 through 2007, with indexes to authors, titles and subjects." CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 48.5 (Jan. 2011): p873.

 

 

 

 

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