Alex Pfundt ’03

Director of Library Services
Alex loves helping students tackle their in-depth research projects.

Why George School?

George School is really all about building a strong, caring community of engaged learners that celebrate individual differences. My experience as a student here profoundly changed my life. It’s what drove me to pursue a career in education. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to the community as a faculty member and support current students along their George School journey.

What do you enjoy most about working in the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library?

The Mollie Dodd Anderson Library is a campus hub, and working here makes me feel connected to both the academic and social lives of the students. I especially enjoy helping students with in-depth research projects. I’m always learning something new from them.

What novel would you recommend students add to their recreational reading list and why?

I would recommend The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller. It might be my favorite novel of all time. If you like a Greek tragedy and a good love story, you’ll likely enjoy it too.

More about Alex:

Alex has over a decade of experience in libraries and worked for many years as a research and instruction librarian at Bryn Mawr College. He has a BA in English from Ithaca College, a Master of Library and Information Science from The University of Pittsburgh, and an MA in Educational Psychology from The University of Alabama. In his free time, Alex enjoys photography, live music, gaming, and traveling.