Spotlight on Student Worker Thanaporn Sermsuwan

A professor suggested Thanaporn Sermsuwan apply for a work study position at the Library in the spring of 2014 and since then she has been a reliable, creative force in Media Resources/Edlab. Thana has worked at a table sit promoting the use of our streaming media collections. She demonstrated how to use the Films on Demand and Alexander Street Press resources and handed out informational flyers. Last year before each International Film Series screening, Thana set up snacks, welcomed viewers, and passed out schedules of future screenings. This is in addition to the everyday responsibilities of working in Media Resources/Edlab.

Thana is a Health Administration major from Raritan, New Jersey who is active in intramural sports and is a member of Colleges Against Cancer. In 2014 she completed the inaugural Scranton Half Marathon. A fun fact about Thana is that she was born in Thailand, and English is her second language! The thing she enjoys most about the Library is learning about Media Resources. Before she began working in Media Resources, she didn’t know it existed. Her advice to other students about the Library is to ask for help because the staff and faculty are always willing to assist you.

We wish Thana all the best as she graduates in May and pursues her goal of working as a hospital administrator. Thank you, Thana, for your hard work and support of the Library!