Jaime Valenzuela

Archivist & Scholarly Communications Lead
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2014, M.A., Library and Information Science, The University of Arizona 
2010, B.A., Creative Writing, The University of Arizona


Jaime Valenzuela joined the Cracchiolo Law Library in February 2016. He holds a M.A. in Library and Information Science and a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona. In pursuing his graduate degree, Jaime held a graduate assistantship at the UA's Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research where he helped build a functioning library. He has also worked and volunteered in various library settings which include the UA's Egyptian Expedition, Freeport McMoran Inc., the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson, and the UA Poetry Center. Jaime is a Knowledge River Scholar (Cohort 12), a Certified Archivist as recognized by the Academy of Certified Archivists, and an Andrew W. Mellon Cultural Heritage Fellow. He  is committed to serving the underprivileged populations of all BIPOC communities. Jaime hopes to create a greater awareness of the College of Law's Special Collections and Archives through exhibition and as a liaison with all other College of Law departments and the greater UA community.