MSU College of Law News
Michigan State University-Detroit College of Law names Charles J. Ten Brink as new director of library and technology services
For Immediate Release
425 Law College Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300
Contact: Barbara Anselmo
East Lansing, Michigan. – March 2, 2001 – Michigan State University-Detroit College of Law (MSU-DCL) has named Charles J. Ten Brink as its new director of library and technology services. He will assume his position this month and will also be a professor of law with tenure at MSU-DCL. Prior to accepting the position with MSU-DCL, Ten Brink was the associate law librarian of the University of Chicago and held the position of lecturer in law at University of Chicago.
Ten Brink holds degrees from both Michigan State University (MSU) and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (UM). MSU is Ten Brink’s alma mater for his Bachelor of Science in mathematics degree, earned with high honors in 1976. He earned his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from UM Law School in 1979 and his Master of Arts in library science degree from UM in 1985.
Ten Brink is returning to Michigan after 16 years with the prestigious University of Chicago, D’Angelo Law Library. He began in 1985 as reference librarian, moving up the administrative ranks to head of reference services in 1986, head of public services in 1987, and associate law librarian and lecturer in law in 1992.
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