Paul joined the Regis library faculty as the Distance Learning Librarian in 2006.
While a graduate student, Paul worked as a reference assistant for Walden University, exposing him to the promise and potential of distance librarianship. Since then, Paul has worked to explore new and improved models of library service for remote users.
During his tenure at DML, Paul has been an active member of the university faculty and engaged with professional library community at the local, state, and national levels. He is the winner of the 2008 Distance Library Services conference award. He has been elected to and served on the executive board of the Colorado Academic Library Association (CoALA) in every capacity, and is also the current chair of the Library Faculty. His research interests include educational technology, open educational resources and repositories, and collaborative librarianship. He is currently enrolled in the M.S. in Software Engineering program at Regis University.