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People in the News

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Tim Bucknall, assistant dean for electronic resources and information technology and associate professor for University Libraries at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, has been awarded the 2019 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Efficiency and Innovation. The Governor’s Award is the highest honor a state employee may receive for dedicated service to the state and the people of North Carolina, while recognizing the accomplishments and actions of individuals that are outside of the usual scope of their job duties. He was nominated in this category for his ability to improve the efficiency of state government services, while also establishing new and improved methods, practices, plans and designs that have resulted in innovation, savings and efficiencies.

Tim Bucknall

Tim Bucknall

Hayley Johnson, Louisiana State University Libraries head of Government Documents and Microforms, has been announced as the 2020 Margaret T. Lane Award recipient by the Louisiana Library Association.

Appointments

Nora Burmeister has been named content strategy librarian at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Alexandra (Sasha) Deyneka has been appointed librarian for Art and Art History for the Sloane Art Library at the University Libraries at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Anna Grau Schmidt has joined the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries as Music and Performing Arts Librarian.

Derek Webb has been appointed Head of Archives at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries.

Retirements

Selma Jaskowski, associate director for Technology Services and Resource Management, has retired from the University of Central Florida (UCF) Libraries after 25 years of service. Arriving at the library in 1994, Jaskowski embarked on a mission to provide the best technology services for students and staff. It began with the rewiring of the entire building, which was the first structure built on the UCF campus, to support network-connected PCs for all staff and students. Jaskowski moved on to increase her staff of 1 to 12 over the next several years creating an autonomous IT team for the libraries that installed and managed multiple servers, switches, and wiring. Through the efforts of Jaskowski and her team, the building was the first on campus to have wireless connectivity. Technology lending soon followed along with the establishment of the LibTech desk, a central location to borrow equipment and for tech help. Jaskowski oversaw the creation of the libraries’ web presence, multiple custom designed databases for staff operational use, the implementation of network printing, and digital signage.

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