1. SERIALS SPECIALISTS/OPERATIONS MANAGERS MEETINGS
I will conduct a meeting of Serials Specialists and Branch Operations Managers next week. The session will be in Meyer 143, and will be repeated. Times are:
Thursday, 5/11 8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Friday, 5/12 8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
The content of the session will be changes in processing due to online checkin, and a progress report on the project. There will be plenty of time for your questions.
If you are unable to attend, but would like a copy of handouts, please contact me (ceaston@stanford).
|--submitted by Christa Easton
2. INTRODUCING CAROLINE PORNARAS
I'd like to introduce an important new staff member in Academic Computing, Caroline Pornaras. She has replaced Frank Artusa as the Technical Support Supervisor for Meyer and Tresidder. Her areas of responsibility include the student Systems Support staff on the 2nd floor of Meyer and in Tresidder, Meyer cluster and classrooms, Tresidder LaIR, and disk imaging for PCs in the Meyer cluster, the Language Lab, and the future PCs in the ResComp clusters.
Caroline comes to us from ITSS where she supported clients including the Humanities Center and the Office of the General Counsel.
If you'd like to say hello to Caroline, she is temporarily located in Meyer 310. Her phone number is 5-0042, and email email@example.com.
|--submitted by Jamey Frank
3. NEW GIS AND MAP LIBRARIAN AND GIS BIBLIOGRAPHER
Branner Earth Sciences Library and Map Collections is pleased to welcome Julie Sweetkind as its Map and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Librarian. Julie replaces Jean Kan, who retired in December.
Some of you will remember Julie as a summer intern at Branner in 1998, where she worked on map and GIS projects. She has a BA in History and English, an MBA from the University of Colorado, and an MLIS from San Jose State University. Most recently, Julie was map librarian at two private map collections: the David Rumsey Collection in San Francisco, and the Glen McLaughlin Collection in Saratoga. Both are large, significant collections of historic maps. The Rumsey Collection contains more than 6,000 pieces devoted to cartography of the 18th and 19th century North and South America and is in the process of being digitally scanned for online access (www.davidrumsey.com). The McLaughlin Collection contains over 500 maps and books dating from 1620-1800 that show California as an island. Sweetkind served as assistant editor for a recent California Map Society book California 49: Forth-nine Maps of California from the Sixteenth Century to the Present. She has also worked in the library of Elan Pharmaceuticals in South San Francisco, and for Information Express, the Buckinghamshire County Council Literacy Program in England, for Bendall Accounting in Campbell, and the VITA Shakespeare Festival in Saratoga. She has given presentations on her cartographic projects at meetings of the Western Association of Map Libraries, the California Map Society and the Book Club of California.
Julie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 725-1103. Please join us in welcoming her to SUL.
|--submitted by Phil Hoehn and Charlotte Derksen
4. SUL/AIR JOB OPPORTUNITIES
SUL/AIR has the following new open positions this week.
System Software Developer (5/1/00); REQ# J001225
System Software Developer (5/1/00); REQ# J001248
Curator for American and British History Collections (5/1/00); Position #59
Computer Resource Associate (5/1/00); REQ# J001208
For a complete description of these jobs and a list of all current SUL/AIR jobs, visit the Human Resources Web site at:
Human Resources Web site.