Monthly Archives: July 2018

After 49 years, Betty Berry has left an indelible mark on Emory Libraries

When Betty Berry came to work at Emory, Nixon was in the White House, Neil Armstrong was landing on the moon, gas was 35-cents a gallon, and the Robert W. Woodruff Library was opening its doors. Betty’s career has literally spanned the life of the Woodruff Library, where she has worked for five decades. Born […]

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InfoForum schedule announced for Fall

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Campus and Community Relations (CCR) is announcing its Fall 2018 InfoForum schedule. The InfoForum is an opportunity for employees to share new projects or initiatives, learn more about what’s going on in other areas of Emory Libraries and information technology, and collaborate and connect with their colleagues. In an effort to bring broadly diverse content to the meeting, the team […]

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Year-End reminders from Business & Administration

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As summer begins to wind down and we make our final preparations for another exciting school year, it is important that we take care of all of our outstanding financial business as our financial calendar resets on August 31. Here are a couple of key questions to consider: Do you have open purchase orders? Specifically, […]

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Emma Wang, Informatics Analyst III, Data Management & Solutions

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Emma Wang is the newest informatics analyst III on the IT Data Management & Solutions team. Prior to coming to Emory, she spent five years as a data warehouse developer at CareerBuilder. She also used to work as a senior financial analyst  in the Controller’s Office at the University of Tennessee. Born and raised in the […]

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Pet of the week: Mina

Gretchen Warner (graphics designer, CCR) adopted Mina in January 2018, after coming across her profile on PetFinder, wearing a red sweater in her photo. The profile read, “proud mother of 4 beautiful babies” and that she was “dropped off at the shelter in a laundry basket” with her babies. She had a calcium deficiency and […]

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LITS recent headlines and upcoming events

Recent LITS headlines: AJC news: Atlanta entertainment icon announced as keynote for 2018 AJC Decatur Book Festival Labor Day Weekend Emory Report news: Emory ranked among America’s Best Employers for Women by Forbes Emory Report news: Why Emory embraces difficult conversations: Emory President Claire Sterk Upcoming LITS events: (go HERE for more information for each event) […]

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Tanya McKibben welcomes the world to her Diva Den

Tanya McKibben (administrative assistant, EASI) was recently featured in a beautiful, three-page spread in American Miniaturist Magazine‘s July 2018 issue. Miniaturists are folks who create beautiful art depicting the world around them, or the world from their dreams, at about 1/12 the scale of real life. We took a few moments to sit down with Tanya […]

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