Director of Goldstein Library appears in Tallahassee Magazine


Pam Doffek at the Goldstein Library. (Photo credit: Scott Holstein)
Pam Doffek at the Goldstein Library. (Photo credit: Scott Holstein)

Pam Doffek, Director of the Goldstein Library at Florida State University’s College of Communication & Information, was featured in the May/June issue of the Tallahassee Magazine.

One of five people interviewed for the article “Tipping the Pay Scale,” Doffek answered questions about her job and salary.  The individual pieces complement an article about average salaries in America by Zandra Wolfgram.

tal_mag-may-juneDoffek, who also teaches a master’s level course every summer, has served as Library Director and faculty member since 2005 and has a background working with military libraries supporting their academic, special and public library needs. She earned her master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, in Industrial Technology.

For more than 33 years, the award-winning Tallahassee Magazine has been capturing the essence of Florida’s vibrant capital to share with readers.  It is produced by Rowland Publishing, Inc., an award-winning full-service publishing company in Northwest Florida that prides itself on delivering attractive high-quality publications, with an emphasis on superior creative services and graphic design, as well as unrivaled customer service.

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