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Graduating Library Student Employees

Graduating Library Student Employees

picture of books purchased in honor of graduating students

Every semester Albertsons Library honors our graduating students with a book of their choice to be included in the library collection. Our eight graduates come from two different library units: Access Services and Library Computing and Information Services. The student employees help students print posters, instruct in the Video Production Suite, maintain our computer lab, check out materials to patrons, shelve books, retrieve holds, open and close the library, deliver books across campus, answer questions, and provide excellent service to our patrons. The Library can’t run without our student employees. They are a vital work force that helps provide services the campus relies on.

It’s hard to say goodbye to our awesome student employees, but seeing them graduate and move on to careers, graduate school, and new adventures is amazing.

Congratulations Class of 2019!

Hobby Aljohar, Bachelor of Arts in Communication — The Noble Qur’an

Zack Broeg, Bachelor of Science in Games, Interactive Media, and Mobile Applications, minor in Business — A Game of Thrones

David Fisher, Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy — The Legend of The Bluebonnet

Jacklin Gibson, Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies with an Applied Leadership certificate — Better Human: It’s a Full-Time Job

Katie “Catherine” Kelshaw, Bachelor of Science in Political Science, emphasis in International Relations, minor in Canadian Studies — The Manchurian Candidate

Trevor James Ohlinger, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science — Dune

Aspen Sellers, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography — Charlotte’s Web

Tori “Virginia” Ward, Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing — Keats as a Reader of Shakespeare

Mary Aagard
Access Services / Instruction and Research Services

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