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  • July 2010
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  • No. 1354
Congratulations Are in Order Print

The following members of Harvard’s library community have reported earning degrees or completing academic programs during the academic year that ended on June 30, 2010.

Harvard College Library

Donna Morales Guerra
Senior Curatorial Assistant in the Archive of World Music
Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library
MSLIS, Drexel University

Cynthia Hinds
Phillips Reading Room/Circulation Assistant
Widener Library
MSLIS, Simmons

Alexander Kalish
Conservation Technician
Conservation Services
ALM, Information Technology, Harvard Extension

Pamela Matz
Research Librarian
Widener Library
MFA, Literature and Writing, Bennington College

Sally Ricci
Technical Services Assistant
Cabot Science Library
AS, Civil Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Rebecca Wingfield
Bibliographic Specialist for North America
Widener Library
MSLIS, Simmons


Harvard Law School Library

Margaret Peachy
Manuscripts Assistant, Historical and Special Collections
MSLIS, Archives Management, Simmons

Lesley Schoenfeld
Public Services and Collections Coordinator
Historical and Special Collections
ALM, Museum Studies, Harvard Extension

Craig M. Smith
Digital Projects Assistant
MSLIS, Simmons

 

Countway LibraryHarvard Medical School

Jason Moschella
Project Librarian
MSLIS, Simmons

Joshua Parker
Circulation Manager
MSLIS, Simmons

 
Harvard University Library

Alyson Brown
Records Management Assistant
Harvard University Archives
MSLIS, Simmons

Ann M. Clarke
Operations Specialist
Harvard Depository
MSLIS, Simmons

Laura Morris
Project Processing Archivist/Analyst
Harvard University Archives
MA, History, Simmons

Elise M. Ramsey
CONSER Assistant
Office for Information Systems
MSLIS, Simmons

Dawn Walus
Project Book Conservator in the Harvard College Library
Weissman Preservation Center
MA, Art Conservation, Buffalo State College

Andrea Youngfert
Photograph Conservation Technician
Weissman Preservation Center
ALM, Liberal Arts, Harvard Extension