Kate Reilly, a senior from Wayne, Pennsylvania, has been an asset to the Weinberg Library’s Digital Services department for the past three years. She has always been dependable, and has accomplished many projects with eagerness and skill.
She will graduate in May with a double major in History and Philosophy, with the hope of using this knowledge towards doing advocacy work for women in the future. On campus, Kate has served as secretary for the Philosophy Society and has also been a volunteer at the Leahy Clinic. Her hobbies include reading, painting and baking.
Through her work in Digital Services, she has enjoyed learning about the University’s history, and would urge her fellow students to take advantage of all the incredible resources that are offered on campus – especially the library’s online collections and databases.
As an interesting side note, Kate has a twin sister who also goes to the University of Scranton.
We are grateful to Kate for all the time and valuable, hard work she has given to the Weinberg Library, and we congratulate her on her upcoming graduation!
With the spring 2017 semester moving along swiftly, Digital Services would like to recognize one of its graduating seniors, Meghan Miller.
Meghan began working in our department in 2016, and since that time has been always reliable, friendly and very diligent in her responsibilities – especially in the detail-oriented work of image processing and description.
She is a History major from East Brunswick, New Jersey with aspirations to become a professor of U.S. History. On campus, she has been active with the University Singers and also enjoys art and dancing. She would include the entire Harry Potter series as her favorite book, and her favorite movie is Monuments Men. One surprising and fun fact about Meghan is that she is a black belt in mixed martial arts.
She has enjoyed her time working in the library, and has been especially impressed with how nice and helpful everyone is. For this reason, she would encourage other students to never be afraid to ask staff members for assistance finding whatever they need.
The Weinberg Library thanks Meghan for her good work, and wishes her the best in all her future endeavors!