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Appointments

Melissa Cardenas-Dow has been appointed social sciences librarian at the California State University-Sacramento University Library.

Karen M. Collins is now electronic resources librarian for the Taylor Library of the University of Arkansas-Monticello.

Will Cook has joined the University of North Carolina-Greensboro as facilities manager at the University Libraries.

Sarah Crissinger has accepted the scholarly communication librarian position with the Indiana University-Bloomington Libraries.

Samantha Harlow is now online learning librarian in research, outreach, and instruction at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro.

Becky Imamoto has been appointed head of the collection development department at the University of California-Irvine Libraries.

Rebecca McCall is now clinical librarian at the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Emily Merrifield has been named undergraduate experience librarian at California State University-Sacramento University Library.

Rachel Keiko Stark has been appointed health sciences librarian at California State University-Sacramento University Library.

Retirements

Lynn Cline, head of content management and acquisitions, has retired from the Missouri State University Libraries. During his time of service, he was involved in several cooperative ventures among libraries in the region and through MOBIUS, Missouri’s state-wide consortium of academic and public libraries.

Deaths

Peter Zuber, engineering and technology librarian at Brigham Young University (BYU), has died. Zuber was a member of STS for many years having served as cochair of the Publications Committee, moderator for STS-L, and most recently on the Scholarly Communication Committee. Before joining BYU in 2005, Zuber worked at Xerox Corporation and at several start-up companies that invented and developed color copiers and color printing systems in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. He spent time traveling back and forth to Japan working with Sharp Corporation to manufacture these products. He has over 30 patents in his name. In 2003 Zuber was able to fulfill a lifetime dream and got his private pilot’s license. He and his wife bought their first airplane, a Piper Cherokee, on the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brother’s first flight.

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