Monthly Archives: June 2019

Shelton’s pool team wins title; headed to nationals in Las Vegas

Al Shelton (senior application developer, ITSMO) is the captain of a 9-ball pool team that recently won a qualifying tournament for the chance to play for the World 9-Ball Championship. He and his team will be in Las Vegas, NV, on August 13-17, 2019, to try to bring the title to Georgia. The team, named “Santa […]

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Raza opens new art exhibit

I’d like to invite you to my upcoming group exhibition opening, Controlled Burn, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Thursday, June 27 from 6:30-8:30 pm. This show is the culmination of my year as one of WonderRoot’s Hughley Artist Fellows, during which my cohort and I attended monthly artist development sessions and received […]

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Garrabrant wins story-telling competition

Karen Garrabrant (senior library assistant) recently won a Write Club contest for a piece about her mother’s death called “Forward.” Write Club is a monthly, head-to-head, story-telling competition that takes place in the Highland Ballroom every second Wednesday of the month. These contests are held in cities all over the US. It was her first victory in […]

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Clare Barton, Applications Support Analyst II, Library Technology and Digital Strategies

Clare Barton is an applications support analyst II for Library Technology and Digital Strategies (LTDS). She has previously spent over ten years as a branch manager and adult services librarian in public libraries in Cobb and Fannin counties. A native of Athens, Clare earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Georgia and […]

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Ann Hulton, Application Support Analyst II, Library Technology and Digital Strategies

Ann Hulton recently joined the LTDS team as an application support analyst II. She previously spent eight years as a director of technology for an educational training non-profit. Ann also worked for Emory for over 25 years in a variety of health sciences center library roles, one being manager of information technology and media services. […]

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InfoForum survey: Please tell us how we did

This past school year, Campus and Community Relations (CCR) hosted a newly refurbished version of the InfoForum. Now we’d like to gather your feedback to help us plan for next year. Please take our short survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R9ZVMXF As background, the InfoForum has typically been for Emory Libraries’ departments to inform their Library colleagues about library […]

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Jina DuVernay selected as emerging leader

Jina DuVernay (visiting archivist, Rose Library) was selected this year as one of the American Library Association’s (ALA) 2019 Emerging Leaders. An ALA member since 2017, Jina was one of 50 librarians selected in this year’s cohort. Each applicant was asked the question, “Where do you see libraries in the future?” “I see the future […]

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