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Karen Neurohr: Profile

Professional Information

Faculty Rank


Research Interests

Underrepresented Students, Libraries and Higher Education; Oklahoma Authors; Qualitative Research Methods


ABD, Higher Education

M.S., Library and Information Studies, University of North Texas

B.A., English Education, Northeastern State University

A.A., General Studies, Carl Albert Junior College

How Can Karen Help You?

  • Information on Science Cafe
  • Information about Oklahoma Literary Landmarks

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Professional Service

  • Campus Organizations
    • Coordinator, Science Cafe OSU
    • University Network on Community Engagement
    • Faculty Representative, Student Conduct Board
    • Mentor, First2Go Program
  • Professional Organizations
    • American Library Association
      • Library Leadership, Administration, and Management Association (LLAMA)
        • Chair, MAES (Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation Section) (2015-present)
        • Secretary, MAES (2012-2014)
    • Mountain Plains Library Association
    • Oklahoma Library Association
    • Friends of Libraries in Oklahoma, Officer and Board Member
      • First Vice President (2014-present)
      • Chair and Coordinator, Oklahoma Literary Landmarks Committee and Advisory Board (2008-present)
    • Friends of Oklahoma Center for the Book, Board Member

Selected Publications & Presentations

Forthcoming. Neurohr, K. & Bailey, L. (2014). “Using Photovoice to Explore Native American Students’ Perceptions of the Physical Library.” Library Assessment Conference Proceedings

Neurohr, K, Ackermann, E., O’Mahoney, D., & White, L. S. (2013).  “Coding Practices for LibQUAL+® Open-Ended Comments.” Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice, 8(2), 96–113. (peer-reviewed)

Neurohr, K., & Chlebda, J. (Eds.) (2013). Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel: Oklahoma Poet, Daughter of Great Depression and Dust Bowl Emigrant, California Okie Poet and Storyteller. 

Neurohr, K. (Ed.) (2011). Woodrow Wilson Rawls: Writer, Storyteller, Carpenter, Cherokee, Outdoorsman.  

Neurohr, K., Ackermann, E., O’Mahoney, D., & White, L. S. (2010). “Coding Practices for LibQUAL+®.” Library Assessment Conference Proceedings,” 131–145. (peer-reviewed)

Neurohr, K., & Smith, L. C. (Eds.). (2009).  John Joseph Mathews: Osage Writer and Tribal Councilman, Artist, Naturalist, Historian, and Scholar.