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Monday, August 5 • 10:30am - 11:45am
603 - Student Workers Transforming the Archives

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How do student employees in archival settings transform their institutions? How are students transformed by working in archival settings, whether or not they go on to have careers in archives and special collections? This participatory facilitated discussion session focuses on hiring, training, managing, supervising, and mentoring student employees and how these efforts can make a lasting and valuable impact on the institution, the students, and the staff working together. 

Marcella Huggard: Introduction and Wrap-up of the Facilitated Group Discussion


Speakers
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Marcella Huggard

Manuscripts Coordinator, University of Kansas
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Tyson M. Koenig

Archival Assistant, Southeast Missouri State University
Tyson Koenig is Archival Assistant in Special Collections & Archives at Southeast Missouri State University, where he oversees reference and processing and supervises undergraduate student workers. He holds an MSI from the University of Michigan.
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Laura Romans

Manuscripts Archivist, University of Tennessee Libraries
Laura Romans serves as the Manuscripts Archivist with the Betsey B. Creekmore Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Tennessee Libraries. She holds her MLIS from the University of South Carolina.
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Heather Bollinger

Historic Records Manager, Fairfax Circuit Court
Heather Bollinger has masters degrees in History & Library and Information Sciences. As Historic Records Manager for Fairfax Circuit Court, she oversees the preservation, conservation, & access to 18th and 19th century Virginia court records.
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Brady Kal Cox

Graduate Student, University of Texas at Austin
Brady Kal Cox holds a BA in Biblical Studies and an MA in Modern and American Christianity from Abilene Christian University. He is currently a student in the MS Information Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin.
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Amanda Dietz

Archivist and Curator, Abilene Christian University
Amanda Dietz is an Archivist and Curator at Abilene Christian University. She holds a Masters Degree in Museum Studies from Baylor University and is a certified archivist.
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Evaliza Fuentes

Texas State University, San Marcos
Evaliza Fuentes is a graduate student at Texas State University-San Marcos in the Department of History with an emphasis on public history. Her academic and career goal is the preservation and conservation of Musica Tejana.
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Lauren Goodley

Archivist, Texas State University
Lauren holds an MSIS and works at a Hispanic-Serving Institution state university. She has been chair of SAA's Education Committee and chair of the Society for Southwest Archivists' Diversity and Publications Committees.
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Amanda Keys Norman

Legislative Reference Library of Texas
Amanda Keys Norman (MA, MSIS, CA) is a reference/electronic services librarian at the Legislative Reference Library, where she has worked since 2016. Prior to that, she was university archivist at Baylor University for four years.
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Alicia Patterson

Corporate Records Management Specialist, Johns Manville, Denver
Alicia Patterson has a MLIS from The University of Pittsburgh. She was an undergraduate student library worker for 2 years and worked at Portland General Electric from 2016 to 2019 as a Records Analyst in charge of a high school student intern for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 school y... Read More →
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Audrey Swartz

Library Assistant III-Archives, Kansas State University
Audrey Swartz has served as the Student Supervisor and a manuscript collections processor for the Morse Department of Special Collections at Kansas State University since 2016. She holds a Masters in Library Science from Wayne State University.
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Jessica Tucker

Texas State Library and Archives Commission
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Brenna Wheeler

University of Texas School of Information
Brenna is a graduate student earning a Masters degree at the University of Texas at Austin School of Information in digital archives and a Student Assistant for Digital Collections Services at the Harry Ransom Center.



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