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May 26, 2011
Contact: Rebecca Smith, KU Libraries, 785-864-1761

KU Libraries announces student employee awards

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LAWRENCE — Four students who work at University of Kansas Libraries have received Dean’s Awards for Student Employee Excellence. The awards recognize dedication and service excellence and were announced at KU Libraries’ annual student worker picnic May 12.

Dean Lorraine Haricombe created the award in 2010 at KU Endowment. It is funded by private contributions. Students are nominated by library staff and faculty; the winners are selected by the KU Libraries Board of Advocates. Each winner received a cash prize of $250.

“Our student workers are essential to maintaining our services, collections and operations,” Haricombe said. “We simply couldn’t do what we do without them. I am very grateful for all of their contributions within the libraries.”

The 2011 winners are Marshall Beauchamp, Jono Bowles, Frances Lafferty and Brian Moss.

Beauchamp works in the International Area Studies Department in Watson Library. He was nominated by Malgorzata Stamm, program assistant for the Slavic and Eurasian Studies Department; Jon Giullian, librarian for Slavic and Eurasian studies; and Mary Raple, program assistant for the International Area Studies Department.

Bowles works in Instructional Services and was nominated by Tami Albin, undergraduate instruction and outreach librarian.

Lafferty is a student photographer in Spencer Research Library’s image production lab and was nominated by Sarah Goodwin Thiel, digital imaging librarian.

Brian Moss, a graduate student at KU who holds a master’s degree in library science, is a graduate reference specialist and collection development assistant for KU Libraries. He was nominated by Lea Currie in the collections unit.

KU Libraries employs 221 student workers in seven locations on campus, making it one of the largest employers of students at KU.

Winners are listed below by hometown, level in school, major and parents’ names.

DOUGLAS COUNTY
From Lawrence 66049
Jono Bowles, graduating senior in information systems and technology and marketing; Bob and Marla Bowles.

Brian Moss, graduate student in global and international studies; Dennis and Judith Moss.

JOHNSON COUNTY
From Fairway 66205
Frances Lafferty, graduating senior in psychology; George and Cindy Lafferty.

RENO COUNTY
From Hutchinson 67502
Marshall Beauchamp, junior in psychology; Anthony and Jeanine Beauchamp.


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