Four UNC law library staff members were recently recognized with
the library’s highest annual honor, the Kathrine R. Everett Award of
Merit. These library staff members stepped up in significant ways to
address the needs of the library and its users.
For successfully reshaping the Prep for Practice library
instruction program to explore innovations in law practice technologies; for
impactful posts on the national law library association’s blog; for
service-oriented management of database passwords and vendor support; for
initiative in teaching; and for excellent work overall.
For immersive and careful development of new Human Resources
responsibilities; for improvements to the library’s financial management and
reporting; for building both relationships with peers and expertise with systems;
for thoughtful contributions to the library’s administrative team; and for
excellent work overall.
For creative, resilient, and collaborative management of storage
and relocation of the library’s collections during library maintenance and
renovation; for attentive supervision of student employees supporting
collection management and digitization; for completion of a Master’s in Library
Science; and for excellent work overall.
For expert development of the Carolina Law Digital
Repository and digital collections; for mentoring librarians on repository
expansion and on teaching; for commitment to teaching; for presentations about
his scholarship on legal citators; for committee work at local, regional, and
national levels; and for excellent work overall.
Posted by Nick Sexton on Thu. March 1, 2018 11:16 AM