Spotlight on Student Workers: Laura Urbanovich

On behalf of the Circulation Services staff, we would like to recognize our student worker Laura Urbanovich, a 2013 U of S Cum Laude Graduate who is now in the process of earning her Masters in Occupational Therapy. Laura comes from Nutley, New Jersey and she began her studies in the Fall of 2009. Majoring in Health Sciences with a Minor in Psychology, she has been employed with us since Spring 2010. At the Circulation Desk her popularity is evident as you can hear the exchange of greetings from many passersby whenever she is working there. Always smiling, she has the perfect personality for and really enjoys the customer service aspects of her job. She recognizes the library’s many great resources and encourages other students to ask for help when they need it.
Laura is a member of the Student Occupational Therapy Association and has participated in Divinely Designed Retreat and Intramural Sports. She enjoys skiing, music and reading. Her favorite book is The Great Gatsby and her favorite movie is Mean Girls. Two of her favorite professors are Dr. Charles Pinches of the Theology Department and Dr. Marlene Morgan of the Occupational Therapy Department. One fun fact about Laura is that she loves to travel! She’s been to Jamaica with ISP, Ireland, Dubai and took a travel course in Uganda. When she’s not studying or working on campus, she works at a local day care center.
When her studies here are completed, she hopes to continue traveling and find a job that she loves!
Thank you Laura!