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“Monarch + Milkweed” at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts

The mission of Science Art Wonder (an Emory and Georgia Tech partnership) is to “partner scientists and artists together to create visual art to teach others about on-going research in Atlanta.” Dr. Jaap de Roode, Raymondo, and I have collaborated on “Monarch + Milkweed” to interpret de Roode’s research on how monarch butterflies self-medicate to […]

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Ephranette Brown, Conservation Technician, Preservation

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Ephranette Brown (pronounced EE-fruh-net-uh) is the newest conservation technician on the Emory Libraries’ Preservation Team. She arrived at Emory after spending four years at the Georgia Archives as a conservation technician, a preservation technician, and a scanning technician. Ephranette was also a project manager for almost two years at the Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library. […]

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Kyle Clark, Conservation Technician, Emory Libraries

Kyle Clark is the newest conservation technician in the Preservation Office of Emory University Libraries. A recent graduate and Windgate Fellow of The University of Alabama’s MFA in the Book Arts Program, Kyle has held conservation and book studies internships at both Emory University (under Ann Frellsen) and the Carolina Rediviva at Uppsala University in […]

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Ann Frellsen: a career in preservation

Next week, Ann Frellsen will be leaving Emory after nearly 27 years in the Libraries’ Preservation Office located in the Woodruff Library. The following is a discussion about her time at Emory. Q: What are some of the highlights of your 27 years of preservation? A: When I started, Emory was not doing any preservation work […]

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Who ya gonna call?

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[Ed. note: this article was co-authored by Ann Frellsen.] Did you know that LITS has a disaster plan and collections emergency response team? The Preservation Office’s Conservation team is trained to preserve, protect, and is on-call 24/7 to rescue any of the nine Emory University Libraries’ (including the Oxford and Storage libraries) special and general […]

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