ASIS&T Career Profile
Name:  Julian Warner
Job Title:  Faculty member, Queen's School of Management, Queen's University Belfast
Brief Career Biography: 
I graduated in English Language and Literature from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, in 1977, completed a PhD in English Literature from Oxford University, and an MA in Librarianship from the University of Sheffield. Somewhat unusually, particularly in a United Kingdom context, I then immediately became a faculty member in library and information studies at the Queen’s University Belfast. I now teach courses in the human and social aspects of information systems in the Queen’s School of Management and have published a number of journal articles and books. I have been a visiting scholar at a number of United States universities.
Benefits of ASIS&T: 
ASIS&T has given me an intellectual, professional, and social context in which to participate and to develop. Participation in the Special Interest Groups has been particularly enjoyable. Presentations at the Annual Meeting have elicited helpful formal and informal feedback.
Advice for New Information Professionals: 
The value of informal communication and the importance of listening.