Please welcome the 2015-16 executive committee of LAUC-B.
David Eifler (Treasurer)
Rita Evans (Past Chair)
Jefferey Loo (Library Representative)
Chris Marino (Affiliated Libraries Representative)
Michele Morgan (Library Representative)
Jennifer Nelson (Vice Chair/ Chair-Elect)
Emily Vigor (Secretary)
Many thanks to the outgoing members for their dedication, persistence and creativity in responding to the challenges and opportunities of the past year.
LAUC-B Chair 2015-16
The new Doe Moffitt Information Desk Supervisor, Sarah Harrington, recently joined us. She graduated from UC San Diego in 2010, and subsequently worked in the libraries at UC Santa Barbara and at UC San Francisco. Her role here includes responsibility for hiring, training and scheduling students at the information desks in Doe and Moffitt. In addition, she will work closely with Lynn Jones (Reference) and Ron Billy (Security) in making effective referrals and in handling emergency situations.
Please join me in welcoming Sarah to the Library.
Head, Access Services Division
Jeremy Ott has been appointed as the new Classics and Germanic Studies Librarian. His most recent position was collection development librarian at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Prior experience includes such less traditional roles as trench supervisor, research assistant, numismatic conservation volunteer, and digital cataloger. Jeremy holds a BA in classical languages and psychology from Wabash College, and is a PhD candidate at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, defending his dissertation on "Mortuary Practices in Late Antique Corinth" this fall.
Jeremy joins us on Sept. 1, 2015 in the Arts & Humanities Division under the leadership of Holly Hatheway. Please join me in welcoming him to campus.
Director, Doe, Moffitt & Subject Specialty Libraries
Marri Atienza, the new document delivery coordinator at Public Health Library, recently graduated from CSU Sacramento, where she worked in the library in circulation, ILL, mailroom, and training other student workers. She also worked in the John F. Kennedy Library while attending Napa Valley College.
Marri has already endured a trial by fire as all the PUBL staff worked on a Rush contract project last week -- this was only her third week here! It was a ton of work but Marri came out sailing.
To acclimate to the variety of UC Berkeley libraries, Marri is visiting all of them over the next few months. If you see her, please join us in welcoming her to campus!
Public Health Library
The current issue of College & Research Libraries includes an article by Beth Dupuis and Jeff Loo. "Organizational Learning for Library Enhancements: A Collaborative, Research-Driven Analysis of Academic Department Needs" evaluates and assesses the Academic Program Review at UCB. Numerous graphs and illustrations are included.
Jeff Loo is Optometry and Health Sciences Librarian, and Beth Dupuis is Associate University Librarian for Educational Initiatives & User Services.
Head, Life and Health Sciences Division