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Number 573 May 25,1990
KENTUCKY ORAL HISTORY COMMISSION GRANTS
The Kentucky Oral History Commission has approved the following
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- Kentucky Conservationists: Tape Transcription - $1,872.50
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scription — $3,500.00
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APPRECIATION TO TAU SIGMA DELTA 7
The following letter was sent by Dan Hodge to the members of Tau
Sigma Delta: _
I want to thank you for your efforts in raising $200.00 to bene-
fit the Architecture Library. It is very satisfying to feel that
students in the College appreciate the value of the library and
are willing to share in the concerted efforts to develop it as
fully as possible.
It seems that Tau Sigma Delta's campaigns on behalf of the libra-
ry are becoming an annual event and I want you to know how much I
appreciate it. This kind of concern and support, among other
qualities of the students here, truly makes this a place that
both nurtures and is nurtured.
Thanks again for your part in the library's successes and poten-
tials.
O I
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of Kentucky Lnbrarnes

 
 AG LIBRARY HOURS UPDATE
FOUR WEEK INTERSESSION
¤ May 8 — June 4, 1990
Monday — Thursday 8:00 - 6:00
Friday 8:00 - 4:30
Weekends CLOSED
MEMORIAL DAY, May 28 CLOSED
Tuesday, June 5 8:00 - 4:30
EIGHT WEEK SUMMER SESSION
June 7 - August 1, 1990
Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 6:00
Friday 8:00 - 4:30
Weekends CLOSED
INDEPENDENCE DAY, July 4 CLOSED
August 2 — August 21
Monday — Friday 8:00 - 4:30
Weekends CLOSED
Wednesday, August 22 Regular Fall Hours l
Begin
* PERSONNEL NOTES *
STAFF ACTIVITIES ABOVE AND BEYOND
Miko Pattie has been elected to Joanne Goode received the fol-
a three-year term of the OCLC lowing message from Eric Son-
Users Council at the SOLINET day, cAD/cAM Analysis:
Annual Membership Meeting on
May 4, 1990. The other two Just wanted to thank you again
Council members elected are for the excellent service your
Michele Dalehite, Florida Cen- team has been providing in the
ter for Library Automation, and Library. I have requested a
William Potter, University of lot of information the past
Georgia. few months. Your group has
always filled the orders and
done so in a VERY expedient
manner. Keep up the good
work. This has been the best
service I have ever gotten
from the technical library.
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 » Daniel E. Fulks and Ann R. due to her ability to make
Garrity, Honors Day '9O Co- them feel welcome and com-
Chairs, sent this letter to petent.
Paul Willis:
Even though there was a meet-
On behalf of President Wething— ing in progress, Terry Warth
ton and the Honors Day Commit- opened Special Collections to
tee, we wish to express our us with the same graciousness.
appreciation for your contribu- She was a wealth of informa-
tion to University Honors Day tion and her enthusiasm was
on April 24. The exhibit is a contagious. I enjoyed watch-
wonderful complement to the ing her interactions with my
convocation. This year it made charges.
such a nice presentation in the
President's Room, demonstrating All in all, we had a very
creative technology. Please special day and are grateful
express our appreciation to all to the people responsible.
your staff who contributed to a
successful exhibit. We will
thank Gail Kennedy personally Paul received this letter from
for working so cooperatively as Ron Pen, UK School of Music:
a member of the Honors Day
Committee. Please allow me this oppor-
tunity to commend two members
of your staff. I taught Ap-
This letter to Paul Willis was palachian Music last semester,
sent by Judy Johnson, English and had occasion to use re-
Department, Lafayette Senior sources contained in the Ap-
High School: palachian Collection and the
Audio/Visual Department. Ms.
I wanted to tell you of the Kate Black and Mr. Tom House
excellent services provided by were most helpful. They sup-
your personnel. As an English plied material, provided sug-
teacher at Lafayette High gestions, were a repository of
School I find your facilities accurate information, and they
very useful for a class I teach were most cooperative in all
in Research and Study Skills. dealings with myself and my
Every semester I make arrange- students. Using the M. I.
ments to bring my class to UK King Library has been a great
for a whole day to learn and pleasure and one of the most
use the information systems positive aspects of my tenure
available there. Our recent at the University of Kentucky.
trip was the best ever.
I know that you are well aware
Carla Cantagallo acted as our of the fine calibre of your
guide for the regular reference staff, but I do want you to
library. She was informative, know that they are also ap-
cheerful, and very patient with preciated by faculty members
my students. They enjoyed the outside the library as well.
time with her and were enthusi- Kate and Tom are a positive
astic about exploring the li- asset to this university.
brary's possibilities, largely
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 * JOB OPPORTUNITIES *
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON, D.C.
’ LIBRARY TECHNICIAN II, GRADE 6, PROGRAM OFFICER FOR TRAINING,
Circulation. Assoc. of Research Libs./Of-
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN IV, GRADE 8, fice of Mgt. Services. Sala-
Business Library. ry: $30,000 min. Deadline:
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN V, GRADE 9, Aug. 1, 1990.
Law Library.
. LIBRARY TECHNICIAN V, GRADE 9,
GPD.
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN VI, GRADE GEORGIA
10, Bibliographic Maintenance.
If interested in any of these USER EDUCATION COORDINATOR,
positions, contact Ann Howell. Univ. of GA. Salary: $25,000
‘ min. Deadline: July 16, 1990.
» ALABAMA
INDIANA
SOCIAL SCIENCES REFERENCE LI-
BRARIAN, Auburn Univ. Salary: EAST ASIAN CATALOGER, Ind.
$25,000 min. Deadline: June Univ. Salary: $24,500 min.
15, 1990. Deadline: July 9, 1990. _
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY REFER- LIBRARIAN FOR ACQUISITIONS AND
ENCE LIBRARIAN, Auburn Univ. SERIALS CONTROL, Ind. Univ.
Salary: $25,000 min. Deadline: Law Library. Salary: none
June 1, 1990. given. Deadline: June 30,
1990.
ASST. REFERENCE AND INSTRUC-
ARIZONA TION LIBRARIAN, Purdue Univ.
Salary: $23,000 min. Dead-
line: Aug. 30, 1990.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN, Univ. of
Ariz. Salary: $80,000 min.
Deadline: review in June.
MICHIGAN
CALIFORNIA ASST. DIRECTOR FOR AUTOMATED
SYSTEMS, Mich. State Univ.
Salary: $50,000 min. Dead-
PRESERVATION ADMINISTRATION line: July 1, 1990.
INTERN (ll month), Stanford
Univ. Salary: $28,000-38,750.
Deadline: July 15, 1990.
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 MISSOURI BIBLIOGRAPHIC INSTRUCTION AND
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, Univ. of
Cincinnati. Salary: $25,000-
STAFF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, 29,000. Deadline: Aug. 10,
Washington Univ. in St. Louis. 1990.
Salary: none given. Deadline: REFERENCE LIBRARIAN AND BIBLI-
July 15, 1990. OGRAPHER FOR ENGLISH LITERA-
SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN, Washington TURE AND LANGUAGE, Univ. of
Univ. Salary: none given. Cincinnati. Salary: $24,000-
Deadline: July 15, 1990. 28,000. Deadline: Aug. 10,
CATALOG LIBRARIANS (2), Wash- 1990.
ington Univ. Salary: none
given. Deadline: July 15,
1990.
OREGON
NEW JERSEY HEAD, ACQUISITIONS/SERIALS,
Ore. State Univ. Salary:
$30,000 min. Deadline: June
BIOLOGY LIBRARIAN, Princeton 30, 1990.
Univ. Salary: none given.
Deadline: July 1, 1990. HEAD, REFERENCE DEPT., Univ.
of Ore. Salary: $32,000-
37,000. Deadline: July 13,
1990.
NORTH CAROLINE
HEAD, Bxorosy/FoREsTRY LIBRARY, PENNSYLVANIA
Duke Univ. Salary: $28,000-
38,000. Deadline: June 1,
1990. CHIEF, ACCESS SERVICES DEPT.,
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN (DEPT. Penn State Univ. Salary:
HEAD), EAST CAMPUS LIBRARY, $42,500 min. Deadline: June
Duke Univ. Salary: $25,000- 15, 1990.
27,000. Deadline: June 1, CHIEF, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL
1990. SCIENCES DEPT., Penn State
Univ. Salary: $42,500 min.
Deadline: June 15, 1990.
OHIO LIBRARIAN, BUHL SOCIAL WORK
COLLECTION, Univ. of Pitts-
burgh. Salary: none given.
REFERENCE AND SERIALS LIBRARIAN Deadline: July 15, 1990.
(9 month, temp.), Clark State
Comm. Coll., Springfield.
Salary: $18,000—20,000. Dead-
line: none given.
6

 SOUTH CAROLINA SCIENCE REFERENCE/COLLECTION
DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIAN, VA
Polytechnic Institute & State
ACCESS CONTROL LIBRARIAN, win- Univ., Blacksburg. Salary:
{ throp College, Rock Hill. $22,500 min. Deadline: none
$ Salary: $25,000 min. Deadline: given.
_ June 15, 1990.
WASHINGTON
VIRGINIA
FOREIGN DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN,
INFORMATION SERVICES LIBRARIAN, Univ. of Wash. Salary:
Univ. of VA. Salary: $23,000 $24,500 min. Deadline: July
min. Deadline: June 22, 1990. 9, 1990.
NEXT GREEN BEAN: FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1990.
DEADLINE: FRIDAY. JUNE 1, 1990.
GREEN BEAN STAFF:
Lew Bowling, editor and typist.
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