Director of Library Administrative Services
Texas Christian University
James Lutz is a seasoned library professional that currently serves as the Director of Library Administrative Services at Texas Christian University (TCU). He has worked at TCU since 1998, prior to that he held positions at the University of Kentucky and West Virginia University. He holds degrees from Virginia Tech and an MSLS from the University of Kentucky. Mr. Lutz publications include:
• Lutz, James ‘Review: Practical strategies for academic library managers: Leading with vision through all levels’, Technical Services Quarterly, Volume 33, Issue 4, 2016
• Lutz, James ‘Review: The Green Library Planner: What Every Librarian Needs to Know Before Starting to Build or Renovate’, Technical Services Quarterly, Volume 32, Issue 1, 2015
• Koelker, June, Bouchard, Kerry and Lutz, James 'Development of the Information Commons at TCU: A Case Study', Journal of Library Administration, 50:2, 95 – 115.
In 1997, he received the Melody Trosper Award – awarded by faculty for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service, University of Kentucky, School of Library and Information Science. Mr. Lutz is currently an active member of LLAMA serving on the BES Library Interiors Furnishing and Equipment Committee.