Received my bachelor's in chemistry from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1988. After graduation I worked as a research chemist at Monsanto Chemical Company in the areas of thin films, sensors, and optical coatings and then as an environmental chemist at the University of Missouri-Columbia. After working more than a decade in the areas of materials science, analytical chemistry, and environmental health & safety; I earned a master's in library science and pursued science & engineering librarianship. Before joining Texas A&M University, I served as the subject liaison to several science and engineering departments at both Texas Tech University and Missouri University of Science & Technology (MS&T). While at MS&T, I also served as the Government Documents Librarian supporting geographic information systems (GIS) and maps. This led to an additional master's in Geographic Information Science and research into the geospatial aspects of scholarship.
- M.S. in Geographic Information Science, Northwest Missouri State University - (Maryville, Missouri, United States) 2012
- M.A. in School of information Sciencve & Learning Technologies, University of Missouri - (Columbia, Missouri, United States) 2003
- B.A. in Chemistry, University of Missouri - (Columbia, Missouri, United States) 1988
- Phillips, M., Howard, H., Vaaler, A., & Hubbard, D. E. (2019). Mapping industry standards and integration opportunities in business management curricula. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship. 1-13.
- Bales, S., Hubbard, D. E., vanDuinkerken, W., Sare, L., & Olivarez, J. (2019). The use of departmental journal lists in promotion and tenure decisions at American research universities. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 45(2), 153-161.
- Hubbard, D. E., Laddusaw, S., Kitchens, J., & Kimball, R. (2018). Demonstrating Library Impact Through Acknowledgment: An Examination of Acknowledgments in Theses and Dissertations. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 44(3), 404-411.
- Stephens, J., Melgoza, P., Hubbard, D. E., Pearson, C. J., & Wan, G. (2018). Embedded Information Literacy Instruction for Upper Level Engineering Undergraduates in an Intensive Writing Course. SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LIBRARIES. 37(4), 1-17.
- Hubbard, D. E. (2017). Chemical Lecture Demonstrations: An Opportunity for Engagement through Collections, Instruction, and Reference. SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY LIBRARIES. 36(4), 376-389.
- Hubbard, D. E., Lang, A., Reed, K., Shrout, A., & Troyer, L. (2014). Isis: Mapping the Geospatial and Topical Distribution of a History of Science Journal. Börner, K., & Polley, T. (Eds.), Visual Insights: A Practical Guide to Making Sense of Data.
- Hubbard, D. E. (2018). Chemical pricing information for student design projects and cost engineering: Challenges and opportunities. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2018-June,
- Hubbard, D. E. (2015). A Local and Multi-Institutional Study of Open Access Engineering Publishing. Annual ASEE Conference Proceedings, Seattle, Washington June 14-17, 2015. 1-13.
- Hubbard, D. E. (2010). Analysis of ASEE-ELD conference proceedings: 2000-2009. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 1-14.