Student employees are an important part of the University Libraries’ staff. They are an integral part of our services, from working at the service desks and in preservation, to photographing our events and adding content to our social media, we couldn’t run the Libraries without them. As a way to recognize the contributions that our student employees make to the University Libraries, last semester we started our Bookplates program in which graduating students are able to select a book, CD, DVD, or musical score that is meaningful to them and we place a bookplate with their name in it.
This semester, we have seven students participating in the Bookplates program:
Fitzgerald Reyes is a May 2021 graduate and Interdisciplinary Biology major. Fitzgerald worked in Library Administration for four years and has selected Greek and Roman Mythology by Jessie May Tatlock.
Yuya Baba is a May 2021 graduate and Chemical Engineering major. Yuya worked in Library Administration for one and a half years and has selected Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Allana Joe is a May 2021 graduate and Biology major. Allana worked in Library Administration for three years and has selected Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela.
Rachel Beldoch is a May 2021 graduate and a Sociology major. Rachel worked in Access & User Services for two years and has selected True Crime: An American Anthology edited by Harold Schechter.
Cesar Barahona is an August 2021 graduate and a Technical System Management major. Cesar worked in Access & User Services for four years and has selected Applied Combinatorics by Alan Tucker.
Jonathan Perez is a May 2021 graduate and Applied Mathematics & Statistics and Economics major. Jonathan worked in Special Collections for four years and has selected an issue of Expert Systems.
Christopher Jimenez is a May 2021 graduate and a Psychology major. Christopher worked in Access & User Services for four years and has selected The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
We are pleased to be able to recognize these students’ contributions to the University Libraries and wish them much success!