Archives for: April 2012, 05
Valentina Neblitt-Jones and Lucinda Rush joined the library faculty this week.
Ms. Neblitt-Jones is Head of the Systems Development Department. She comes to ODU from the U.S. Department of the Navy where she has been a Computer Scientist/Systems Engineer at the SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic since 2006. Prior to working for the Navy, Valentina worked here at Perry Library as a Government Publications Assistant and at various public libraries in Virginia. She has her MSLIS from Florida State University, her BS in Computer Science from Old Dominion University, and her BA in International Studies from Virginia Tech.
Ms. Rush is Education Services Reference Librarian and comes to us from Coastal Carolina University where she worked as a Weekend Circulation Supervisor and Reference and Outreach Librarian. Previously, she served as an Intern at the Horry County Memorial Library System and as an Adjunct Instructor for the Horry-Georgetown Technical College in Conway, SC. She has her MLIS from the University of South Carolina, a Master of Music Education from Shenandoah University, and a BA in Music from Longwood University.
Please join us in welcoming them to the Libraries!
“Spotlight on Scholarship” is a new series sponsored by the University Libraries. Every Fall and Spring semester, the Libraries will shine a spotlight on the scholarly output of one academic department through a reception and month-long exhibit.
The Communication and Theatre Arts Department is the focus of our first “Spotlight on Scholarship.” Traditional research and creative works produced by faculty for the past 10 years are featured in an exhibit in the Learning Commons from March 15 through April 30. Selected books, journal articles, posters, and flyers are on display.
Faculty will discuss some of their recent work at a reception on Friday, March 30, from 3-5pm in the Learning Commons Conference Room.
For more information, contact Karen Vaughan firstname.lastname@example.org