Bob Ladd to retire January 1, 2019

Bob Ladd, media and instructional design specialist, will retire from the Health Sciences Library at the University Libraries, effective January 1, 2019. December 21, 2018, will be his last day at work. Interview by Judy Panitch of the UNC-Chapel Hill University Libraries Where are you from? Where did you grow up? I grew

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Honoring Our Members Who Have Retired

Pat Weiss Research & Instruction Librarian Pat Weiss retired from the Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh, at the end of June after 20 years of service. Pat started her graduate studies in library and information science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After moving to Pittsburgh in

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Honoring Our Members Who Are Retiring

Rochelle P. Kramer Rochelle will retire on December 31st, 2018. She has been a reference and instructional librarian at the Carpenter Library, Wake Forest School of Medicine since 1987. Previously she was employed at several corporate and special libraries, including the research library of Campbell Soup Company and American Can Company, and

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Inhye Son Retires

After 28 years of service, Inhye Kim Son has retired from University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library. Inhye began work at the library as a serials clerk. Her intellect and dedication was quickly recognized by Judith Robinson and Gretchen Arnold, and she began working as a public services librarian. During

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Lynne Turman retires

After more than 31 years, Lynne U. Turman has retired from VCU Libraries. She began her career at Richmond Memorial Hospital’s Medical and Nursing School Libraries before joining Tompkins-McCaw Library (TML) for the Health Sciences at VCU as a medical reference librarian. During her tenure, Lynne held several positions in education and

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Karen Crowell Retires

Karen Crowell, Clinical Librarian at the Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, retired at the end of January 2017. Crowell came to UNC to accept a fellowship in Health Informatics. Her interest in consumer health led to her work on an HSL guide to consumer health resources. She

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