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Tyler Shelton

Congratulations to Tyler Shelton for being nominated for 2013 SIU Student Employee of the Year!  Tyler has been employed as a student worker in Records Management for three years, and was nomi

Kate Harrison

Kate did a fabulous job giving a tour of preservation to some visitors, including a librarian at Cornell University.

Shouter:  Kristine McGuire

Submitted: 04/12/13

Jan Fiorino, Alisha Grissom, Cindy Kvamme, Chris Milazzo, Doug Simmons and Judy Simpson

Congratulations to the nominees for this year's Library Affairs Dean's Outstanding Staff Award!  Every one of them has done work above and beyond during the last year.  If you see

Julie Mosbo, Kate Harrison, Beth Martell, Sharon Granderson, Whitney Brockman

Thank you to all those listed for making the Buckminster Fuller exhibit opening a success.  It would not have been possible without their help!

Shouter:  Matt Gorzalski

LTDC Committee

The Library Training and Development Committee (LTDC) organized and ran the Edible Book Festival in the Hall of Presidents and Chancellors on April 1, 2013.  What an exciting opportunity to co

Aundrae Burrowes

Aundrae took the time to go beyond doing his job as the IT guy at the desk.  He not only spent a great deal of time troubleshooting my issue until it was completely resolved, but was kind enou

Steven Sawyer

Steve stays very calm and collected during busy hours at the Circulation desk.  It reassures his student workers that any amount of work can be handled if you exercise patience and stay focuse

Joyce Metcalf

Joyce, I have been meaning to write to thank you for all your assistance and attention paid me last week during my quest for the 2nd season DVDs for Boardwalk Empire.  You really went above an

Joyce Metcalf

Congratulations to Joyce Metcalf, who was honored at the Celebrate Women luncheon for her 17 years of service as a UWPA ConnectionS Leader.

Susan Howell & Stephanie Cessna

In order to prepare for the recent Morris Library record sale, Cataloging employee Susan Howell and student-worker Stephanie Cessna managed to process over 12,000 LPs

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