Suzanne Julian is the Harold B. Lee Library instruction coordinator at BYU. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in library science from BYU. She then received a master’s degree in education from Utah State University.
Professionally she has worked in public and academic libraries as a librarian and as a trainer for a computer software company for the past twenty-seven years.
At BYU she spends much of her time teaching research skills to first-year writing students. She also teaches a student development class on advanced reading strategies to help students deal with the massive amount of textbook reading they have for their classes.
Suzanne has served in the Argentina Rosario Mission and is now serving as Primary president in her ward.