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The Libraries Loves Interns

Libraries interns (from L-R) Brett Lambert, Maggie Ansell, Mary Jinglewski and Karen Brown enjoy the reception Libraries interns (L-R) Brett Lambert, Maggie Ansell, Mary Jinglewski and Karen Elizabeth Brown enjoy the reception photo by Conrad Ziyad

So far this year the Libraries has hosted eighteen interns and is expecting three more to join us over the next few weeks.

Join us in welcoming the Libraries 2009 interns:

January  – June:

American Art Portrait Gallery Library:
Katrine Eik, Drexel University

Freer Sackler Library:
Alexandra E. Reigle, University of Mary Washington

Hirshhorm Museum & Sculpture Gallery Library :
Nell Fortune Greenley, Loyola
Genevieve Hulley, Georgetown University

New Media Office:
Laurence Cook, University of Illinois
Brett Lambert, Alberta – Smithsonian Internship

Natural History Library:
Maggie Ansell, St. John’s College&
Stephen Gaughran, Columbia University
Diane Kaczor, University of Illinois
Sarah Lehnmberg, Goucher College
Taila Chalon McKenzie, Virginia Commonwealth

National Museum of American History Library
Mary Jinglewski, Cottey College

National Museum American Indian Library:
Elvira M. Aquino, Northern New Mexico College
Abigail Bibee, University of British Columbia
Karen Elizabeth Brown, University of Hawaii
Jenna Walsh, University of British Columbia

Joseph F. Cullman 3rd, Library of Natural History:
Mona Chandan, Catholic University

Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology:
Nicole Yunger Halpern, Dartmouth  

Coming Soon:

American Art Portrait Gallery Library::
Sherry Mooers, Kent State

Freer Sackler Library::
Michael Nagara, University of Michigan                                          

Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology:
Madeline Priest, Elmira College

The Libraries thanks our interns for their time, talents and enthusiasm!—Vicki Avera

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