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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES NEWSLETTER
 
February 28, 1986 No. 474
CALENDAR
March 2-8 National Women's History Week
March 3-9 ° National Procrastination Week
March 7 Gallery Series: "Coming to
Light: A Celebration of Women's
` History week." Exhibit and
. reception for Women's History
Week. _
March 8 I International (Working) Women's
» ' Day *
I March 9 Amerigo Vespucci, 1451-1512
March 10 Anniversary of the first
» telephone message, 1876:
Alexander Graham Bell to his
assistant, "Mr. Watson, come
here, I want you."
March 14 . Albert Einstein, 1879-1955
» March 14 Gallery Series: "Sexploitation
or Glorification: The Women of ,
the Ziegfield Follies." Dr.
. Geraldine Maschio, Theater Dept.
Next Green Bean: Friday, March 14, 1986
Deadline: Friday, March 7, 1986
Production Staff: Editor, Kerry Kresse; Typist, Scott Lutz;
Printer, Cecil Madison.
 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506-0039

 
 UK SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HUMANITIES
The Gaines Center for the Humanities is offering its second
annual Scholarship, available to any full-time, non—faculty staff
person. You don‘t need a college degree or be enrolled in a
degree program to be eligible. The scholarship includes tuition
payment for two courses, a book allowance, and financial
compensation for the working hours missed while you are in
‘ class. No formal application is required, however you must
submit a brief professional resume and a statement of intention
(why you desire the scholarship). Application must be delivered
or postmarked no later than March 14. For more information
contact: Nancy Howard, Gaines Center for the Humanities, 232 E.
Maxwell. Speed Sort 0344. Phone 257-1537. Hours are 9am-lpm
weekdays.
SAFETY AWARDS
Nominations for UK's annual safety awards are due March 7,
1986. The Don Cash Seaton Award is for an individual who has
contributed to safety in s special way for the entire campus.
The Safety Achievement Award is for the individual who has
substantially improved safety conditions within their department.
For more info contact Garry Beach at 257-6326.
SOLINET WORKSHOP ON BOOK REPAIR
April 3-4, 1986 is when all the fun people will head to
SOLINET's Book Repair Workshop in New Orleans. The two day
workshop is $45 for members and $50 for others. Registration
deadline is March 21, 1986. Only 25 people will be accepted, and
the last workshop was highly successful. For more info contact
Lisa Fox or Susan Brown, SOLINET, Plaza Level, 400 Colony Square,
1201 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30361. (404) 892-
0943. For a copy of the brochure contact Kerry Kresse at 257-
5954.
MORE SOLINET GOODIES
Two introductory workshops, "Administration of photographic
collections," and "Basic conservation: planning and techniques,"
are offered by SOLINET and the Society of American Archivists.
The first, dealing with photographic collections, is instructed
by Gerald Munoff, formerly of UK, and will be held March 24-26 in
Jackson, Mississippi. The second, basic conservation, will be
held in Atlanta in July. For more info contact the Director‘s
Office at 257-3801 or Patricia Palmer, Program Coordinator,
Society of American Archivists, 600 S. Federal, Suite 504,
Chicago, IL 60605. (312) 922-0140.
WELCOME ABOARD!...NEW PERSONNEL AND TRANSFERS
Emily Dawson ............. Agriculture Library
Cindy Parker ............. Chemistry/Physics

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SOMETHING INTERESTING ABOUT...
Bill Marshall, Special Collections, spoke February 3, 1986 to
the
Filson Club in Louisville. Bill's topic was "Kentucky in
Caricature: A Brief Look at Kentucky and Kentuckians Through
Nineteenth Century Cartoons."
SPEC KITS
SPEC KIT #120, "Exhibits in ARL Libraries," has been received
in Reference. This kit, based on a survey of ARL member
libraries, discusses staffing, goals and purposes, themes,
preparation and local policy.
RUSSIAN ODYSSEY
So you don't want to go to Mammoth Cave again this summer.
Looking for somewhere off the beaten path for your summer
vacation? How about Minsk? Leningrad? Kiev? Moscow? North.
Texas State University and the University of New Mexico are
sponsoring a Study Tour to the Soviet Union, June 15-30, 1986.
The price, which includes everything but passport fees and
laundry, is $1577. Included in the trip are meals, tours,
theatre tickets and hotel. For a copy of the brochure call Kerry
Kresse at 257-5954.
NUTRITION AND HEALTH SERVICES IN THE AMERICAS -
This conference, made possible by a grant from Ashland Oil,
features Dr. Abraham Horwitz, Director Emeritus of the Pan
American Health Organization. It well be held on Thursday, March
6, and all sessions will be held in the Health Sciences Building,
College of Nursing, Room 115. Call 257-7036 or 257-8776. All
sessions are free and open to the public.
SECOND ANNUAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE_Q§eFACULTIE§
This year‘s conference, held March 7-8, 1986 at the Capital
Plaza Hotel in Frankfort, will address "Faculty Advocacy for
Higher Education." The entire conference (including
registration, Friday night banquet, Saturday programs and lunch)
is only $27. For a copy of the pamphlet call Kerry Kresse at
257-5954 or Jean Pival at 257-3763.
ROUNDTABLES _
March 10, 3:00-4:30 gppelachian Center_ReegQgable:
Rm 231 New Student Center "The future of coal in
I Kentucky." Speakers: Curt ·
Harvey, UK Department of
Economics: Mil Duncan, MACED,
Berea.
March 7, 1:00-3:00 University Counseling Qegeer:
Rm 202 Frazee Hall "Indecisiveness." Speaker:
Charles O'Neill, Ph.D., Staff
Psychologist and Coordinator for ,
Counseling Services.

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i SECRETARIAL TRAINING PROGRAM
{ March 12, 8:30-12 noon, Rm. 15 Memoral Hall. These training
g seminars were described in the last Green Bean. Call Human
é Resource Development, 257-1851, to enroll.
§ JOB NOTICES
E UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
i Head of Mathematical Sciences Library. Available July l, 1986.
§ Salary: $20,000 minimum. Deadline: April 15, 1986.
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§ ALABAMA
1
? Acquisitions Librarian. University of Alabama. Salary: $21,000
1 minimum. Deadline: March 15, 1986. »
  r
1 Reference Librarian. University of Alabama. Salary : $16,500
1 minimum. Deadline: March 31, 1986.
Records Manager Position. University of Alabama. Salary:
$24,500. Deadline: March 31, 1986.
CONNECTICUT —
1
Assistant Music Librarian. Yale University. Salary: $23,100
minimum. Deadline: March 15, 1986.
Systems Analyst. Yale University. Salary: $21,000 minimum.
Deadline: April 15, 1986.
DELAWARE
Assistant Librarian. University of Delaware. Salary: $17,500
minimum. Deadline: March 30, 1986.
INDIANA
Head, Rare Books and Special Collections. Indiana State
University. Salary: $24,000 minimum. Deadline: March 28, 1986.
KANSAS
GPD Librarian. University of Kansas. Salary: $22,000-$28,000.
Deadline: March 31, 1986.
MICHIGAN
Assistant Librarian. Wayne State University. Salary: $26,00
minimum. Deadline: none given.

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Director of Library Science Program. Wayne State University.
Salary: $40,000 minimum. Deadline: none given.
Visiting Professor, Library Science Program. Wayne State
University. Salary: $22,000 minimum. Deadline: none given.
NEW MEXICO
Director of the Library. New Mexico State Library. Salary:
variable. Deadline: March 14, 1986.
OHIO
Head Law Librarian. University of Cincinnati. Salary:
variable. Deadline: none given.
OREGON
Catalog Librarian. University of Oregon. Salary: $18,000.
Deadline: March 31, 1986.
PENNSYLVANIA
Japanese Specialist. University of Pittsburgh. Salary:
variable. Deadline: none given.
VIRGINIA
Geology Librarian. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University. Salary: $17,600 minimum. Deadline:
March 31, 1986.