Lots of big things happening at your very own Douglas and Judith Krupp Library, and you can read all about it in the spring edition of our newsletter.
New department names! A new librarian! New databases! New books! New locations for supplies! How can you possibly hope to keep track of all these changes without a scorecard? Read up on all of this newness, as well as looks back at the recent Geek the Library campaign and some Bryant history, a profile on one of our student workers, and more.
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Tyler Davis! Tyler was chosen by the staff for his professional demeanor, friendly and easy-going manner, strong work ethic, and perpetual willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty. For his efforts, Tyler will be rewarded with the people’s ovation, fame forever, and a Dunkin Donuts gift card to help propel him through final exams.
Thanks to Tyler and to all of our student workers for making this a fantastic semester. Everyone has done such a great job the past few months, and it made the decision process a difficult one. Of course, that’s the sort of problem that employers everywhere would love to have, so we’re not complaining.
Again, thank you to all of our great workers. Good luck with finals, enjoy the December holiday of your choosing, and have a great break!
As you probably know from visiting the library, our student workers are the best! But they aren’t just great in the library — they’re doing good deeds wherever they go.
Corinne O’Neill, one of our Students of the Month for March, recently spent Spring Break volunteering in New Orleans. She’s featured in the “Bryant Spotlights” section of the Bryant homepage today, so you can find out more about her Alternative Spring Break trip. Great work, Corinne!
Our Students of the Month for March are Corinne O’Neill and Naomi Kamiya from the Access Services department, and Dhara Shah from Reference!
Thank you all for continually going above and beyond the call of duty, as well as for general awesomeness all around.
And thanks to the rest of our fine crew, too, for continuing to make us struggle to make this decision every month. The fact that you all do so well makes all of our jobs so much easier.