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16 Nov 2016 8:45 AM | Sarah Mangrum (Administrator)


Sarah McCullough joined Mississippi State University Libraries in September 2016, as Coordinator of Cultural Heritage Projects in the Mitchell Memorial Library Special Collections department. Sarah received a B.A. in History from Agnes Scott College, and then went on to earn her master's degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia. She comes to MSU from her most recent work for The Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia in the former Soviet state of Georgia through a Peace Corps program. Before that, Sarah worked as Cultural Heritage Program Manager for the Division of Tourism at Mississippi Development Authority. Sarah’s research interests include literary and architectural heritage. Following her joining the MSU Libraries she was elected as the Director of the Southern Literary Trail which represents Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia and is now based at the MSU Libraries.


Sarah is a native of Tupelo, MS. Her father, brother, and sister graduated from Mississippi State, so cheering for the Bulldogs is in her blood. She also enjoys traveling, particularly cultural heritage travel, and has taken part in cultural heritage and volunteer programs in Brazil, Ghana, Australia, Thailand, and Croatia. Sarah is also an avid dog lover, especially her MSU Bulldogs!


        

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