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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER
3-4-83 No. 401
 
March 6-12 Women's History Week
March 8 Continuing Series on Third World Development
March 9 lecture on Private Presses
March ll The Gallery Series Program
March l4,l5,l6 Training at UK
17,18,21
March 18 Deadline for Ordering Acadanic Hoods
Narch 18 Prichard Lecture
PLEASE NOTE: The next Green Bean will be issued on Friday, March 18th.
Any items submitted for this Green Bean must be in the Di.rector's Office
no later than lO a.m. on Tuesday, March 15th. Euergency items can be
submitted to the editor by phone after the deadline.
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Contributors: Jim Birchfield, Karl Boewe, Faith Harders, Cathy Hunt,
V Barb Lucas, Liz Pogue, Paul Willis, and Gerry Webb (Editor)

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_ UNITED WAY AWARDS
C I Dear Paul:
I am especially pleased to present the Library with an award for outstanding
Y service to the University of Kentucky' s United Way Campaign. Paul, without
p your continued support this could never have happened.
I I am also enclosing an award for our coordinator, Mike, and a special award
for Michele who organized my materials and handled so much of the campus
" operation.
A . To you and all the very generous staff at University Libraries - Lexington
Campus, many thanks.
Sincerely,
John M. Bryant
Vice-Chairman, Academic Affairs
l982 U.K. United Way Campaign
'THANKS TO GPD
- The following note of appreciation was received in the Director's Office
f recently;
Dear Sir/Madam:
Recently a class assignment required that nine classmates and I do
research in the Government Publications Dept.
< In my four years at UK I have never been so well treated or found people »
so ready and wi.lling to help. Sandy was especially helpful and cheerful.
4 Later in class we noted how much easier the assignment seemed because of
. your wonderful staff in Government Publications.
L Keep up the good work.
Thank you,
I Susan K. Hyatt
THE GALLERY SERIES PROGRAM
The following program will be presented in The Gallery, King Library —
North, at l2 noon:
March ll "Music of Claude Debussy" V
Phyllis Jenness, voice, and Nathaniel Patch, piano
. STAFF DEVEIJQPMENT COMMITTEE PROGRAM
’ Prof. Thomas J. Waldhart of the College of Library and Infomation Science
will give a talk on "Implications or User Studies for Library Services."
V Dr. Waldhart knows the world of libraries well from both sides of the aisle,
, as an information provider and consumer, and is known to many of us as a
fascinating and entertaining speaker. The event wi.ll take place in The
Gallery of M.I. King-Northon Thursday, April 2l, l983, at 9 a.m. There will
be an opportunity for questions following the address.

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W PRINTING AUTHORITY TO LECTURE ON PRIVATE PRESSES
I Roderick Cave, internationally famous authority on private press printing,
will present a lecture, "The Private Press Revisited," in The Gallery of
M.I. King Library — North, at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9. The program,
sponsored by the King Library Press and the U.K. Library Associates, is
free and open to the public.
Cave is Foundation Professor of Librarianship at Victoria University,
Wellington, New Zealand. He is author of the well—1mown historical survey,
Ee Private Press, published in 1971, and the standard manual, Rare Book
Librarianship, 1976. He is also a former editor of the annual bibliography
Private Press Books.
JOSEPH RAUH TO DELIVER PRICHARD LECTURE
Attorney Joseph Rauh, Jr. , of Washington, D.C., will deliver the second
Edward F. Prichard, Jr. , Lecture at U.K. 's Spindletop Hall on Friday,
March l8. The talk, sponsored by the Library Associates, is entitled
"A Half-Century in Civil Liberties." The program is open to the public.
Those wishing to attend should make reservations by calling the Library
at (606) 257-3801. Dinner is $12.00. A reception, cash bar, begins at
6:15. Dinner is at 7:00 p.m. ·
COLLEGE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE REACCREDITED
With great pleasure the College of Library and Information Science at the
University of Kentucky announces that the American Library Association's
Conmittee on Accreditation has voted to reaccredit the masters degree
program for another seven years.
¤ During 1982-83, the College is celebrating its fiftieth year of educating
information professionals. With the strength of Kentucky's msters degree
program having been confirmed by its reaccreditation, the College looks
forward to a challenging second half century of educating professionals
for the Information Age.
KIA SPECIAL LIBRARIES SECTION MEETING, MARCH 24-25, 1983
"Career Dynamics," a workshop for librarians, sponsored by the Special
Libraries Section of KLA, will be held March 24-25, 1983, at Carnahan
House, Lexington, Ky. The program will include lectures on effective
writing, compili.ng resumes, interviewing techniques, a:nd conducting
meetings.
The enrollment deadline is March 16, 1983. For further information contact
Barb Lucas, Audiovisual Library, 603 Health Science learning Center,
University of Kentucky.
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COLIOQUIUM TO BE HELD AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
The Council on Library Resources is funding a colloquium, "Faculty and the
Library: Partners in Learning," at Ohio State University on April 21-22, 1983. .
Participants will include speakers from Earlham College (a pace-setter in
combining classroom teaching with library instruction), professors from Ohio
State, and librarians with whom they have worked. Classroom faculty from
several research universities will take part in the discussion -— in an
informal enviroment.

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» The registration fee is $25.00 plus $10.00 for the buffet dinner. The
. enrollment deadline is March 25, 1983. For further infomation contact:
Office of Library User Education, OSU Libraries, 1858 Neil Avenue Mall,
Columbus, Ohio 43210.
. ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GRADUATE LIBRAIU SCHOOL
_ The University of Chicago Graduate Library School will hold its forty-
. second Annual Conference, "The Publishing and Research Library Communities:
Providing a Foundation for Dialogue," at the Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago,
_ Illinois, on May 13-15, 1983.
This conference will bring scholarly, scientific, and literary publishers
- and editors from various sectors of publishing together with research
library administrators, as well as scholar-observers who stand outside
the publishing and library conmunities but take keen interest in them.
Among the matters to be considered are the nature of, and changes in,
_ scholarly investigation and the broader cultural climate; the current
social, economic, and technological environments; and the implications of
these for publishers and librarians-—separately and in interaction--now
and in the near future.
A The registration fee of $100.00 includes a copy of the Conference Proceedings.
I PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR ACADEMIC RESEARGi LIBRARIANS
I The University of Michigan School of Library Science offers a special program
’ for persons preparing to be administrators in large university libraries.
With financial assistance from the Council on Library Resources, the School
will be awarding, for the third consecutive year, a limited number of fellow-
 . ships to qualified applicants. These fellowships cover all tuition and fees
and provide each student with a stipend of $7,200 ($360 per month for 20 months). `
Applicants are admitted to this program in the fall term only. Persons I
. interested in applying should do so by April 1, 1983. For further information
g and application forms, contact: Russell E. Bidlack, Dean, School of Library
. Science, The University of Michigan, 580 Union Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan
48109, phone (313) 764-9376.
I CALL FOR PARTTCIPATION DI ACRL 1984 NATIONAL CONFERENCE
p The ACRL National (bnference, "Acadenic Libraries; Myths and Realities,"
will be held in Seattle, Washington, on April 4-7, 1984. Contributed
papers will be a major feature of the conference. Alternative formats
such as symposia or panels will be considered. Papers or proposals for
alternative format presentations are welcome on issues surrounding the theme.
The deadline for Notice of Intention to Submit a Paper is June 1, 1983.
s For further information contact: ACRL Contributed Papers, Sarsh C. Micbalak,
Suzzallo Library, FM-25, University of Washington 98195, phone (206) 543-5071.
GJNTINUING SERIES ON THIRD WORLD DEVELOPMENT
The aim of this second series on the Third World is to promote discussion of
' key problems of development. The seminars will clarify various approaches
to development and provoke examination of alternative strategies.

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  March 16, 18 Tinre Management
§ March 17 Resume Writing
  March 21 Pagoll Procedures
; PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Q Chemistry/Physics Librarian, University of Kentucky Libraries.
Director, Office for Continuing Education, College of Library and Information
f Science, University of Kentucky. Salary: $18,308   Deadline:
May 1, 1983.
4 Regional Administrative Librarian, County of Los Angeles, California.
p Salary: $242l—$2998 (per month). Deadline: March 11, 1983.
Associate Librarian for Public Servi.ces/Reference Library, 'I`he J. Paul
Getty Museum. Salary: not given. Deadline: March 18, 1983.
Assistant or Associate Librarian, Halls of Residence, Indiana University -
Libraries. Salary: Assistant Librarian, $15,800; Associate Librarian,
$17,500. Deadline: March 30, 1983.
i Assistant or Associate Librarian, Media/ Reserve Services, Indiana University
Libraries. Salary: Assistant Librarian, $15,800; Associate Librarian,
{ $17,500. Deadline: March 30, 1983.
I Associate Librarian or Librarian, Systems Officer, Indiana University
Libraries. Salary: $20,000 minimum. Deadline: April 30, 1983.
Chair, Department of Library Science, Northern Illinois University.
· Salary: competitive. Deadline: March 15, 1983.
{ Personnel Librarian, Syracuse University Libraries. Salary: not given.
. Deadline: April 25, 1983.
A University Librarian, University of California, Santa Barbara. Salary:
I $43,700—$65,500. Deadline: March 31, 1983.
Director of Libraries, University of Central Florida. Salary: $40,000
  Deadline: April 1, 1983.
Science Librarian, University of Chicago Library. Salary: not given.
Deadline: April 15, 1983.
Automation and Catalog Conversion Librarian, Catalog Department, University
of Cincinnati Libraries. Salary: $15,900   Deadline: March 31, 1983.
J Classics/German Cataloger, University of Cincinnati Libraries.
, Salary: $15,900   Deadline: March 31, 1983.
A Director of Central Technical Services, University of Minnesota Libraries.-
y Twin Cities. Salary: $37,500 Minimum. Deadline; May 2, 1983.

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F Reference/Collection Development Librarian, University of New Mexico,
General Library. Salary: $16,000-$18,500. Deadline: April 20, 1983.
Director of Libraries, Vanderbilt University. Salary: not given.
Deadline: April 1, 1983.
Reference Librarian, Owen Science and Engineering Library, Washington State
p University Libraries. Salary: $16,200   Deadline: May 1, 1983.
Librarian to Administer Monographic Cataloging and Processing Unit of
Technical Services Division, Washington State University Libraries.
Salary: not given. Deadline: April 15, 1983.
‘ Reference librarian/ Reference Department, Yale University Library. A
Salary: $16,925   Deadline: March 20, 1983.
For further information, contact Faith Harders.
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