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|Greta Boers||Reference Librarian; Librarian for Classical Studiesemail@example.com|
|Nathaniel Brown||Circulation & Public Services, East Campus Librariesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lauren Crowell||Circulation, Fines & Building Manageremail@example.com|
|Purvis Daye||Housekeeping Department||919-660-5995|
|Carson Holloway||Reference & Instruction Librarian; Research Service in Lilly and Perkins Libraries
|Kelley Lawton||Head, East Campus Libraries, Librarian for United States Historyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dave Munden||Reference Librarian & Evening Desk Supervisoremail@example.com|
|Danette Pachtner||Film, Video & Digital Media and Women's Studies Librarianfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lee Sorensen||Visual Studies Librarianemail@example.com|
|Carol Smolka Terry||Collections Services & Communication Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yunyi Wang||Head, Circulation & Student Assistants Supervisoremail@example.com|
|Kenneth Wetherington||AV Specialist & Reserves Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Reference and Instruction Librarian
Greta Boers is a Reference and Instruction Librarian, emphasizing research skills that will serve students throughout their college career and beyond. She works closely with students and, with Dave Munden, is a Lilly Library liaison for the First-Year Advisory Board. In addition to working with students and other researchers, Greta serves as the Subject Librarian for Classical Studies. Greta's interests include library skills assessment; the place of library skills development in the college curriculum; and the impact these research competencies have on creativity in scholarship. Before coming to Duke in December of 2002, Greta worked at Emory University’s R. W. Woodruff Library for 20 years, most recently as the Anthropology Librarian.
BA Anthropology, Emory University; MLIS, University of South Carolina
Circulation, Lilly Library / Circulation and Student Supervisor, Music Library
Housekeeping Department, emeritus
Retired from Lilly, Jasper Cole was in charge of maintaining the large area of interior and exterior floors in Lilly Library. His meticulous attention to their care and appearance greatly enhanced Lilly's physical environment. Jasper was at Lilly Library for over five years.
Circulation, Fines, & Building Manager
Lauren Crowell manages operational and facility concerns for the Lilly Library and serves as the contact for building issues. A true steward for the library work environment, Lauren was presented with the inaugural "Recycler of the Year" award from the university. She also handles circulation problems and reconciling fines incurred at Lilly. Within the Perkins Library system, Lauren has been a member of the Support Staff Council and was recognized for her service as a member of the Career Paths Task Force. Lauren has been with Lilly Library since 1997.
BA Music, Wake Forest University; MM Piano Performance, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Purvis Daye is in charge of maintaining the physical appearance of the interior of the Lilly Library. His special attention to its furnishings and art objects is one of the reasons that Lilly is such a beautiful environment. Mr. Daye has been with Lilly Library for many years.
Reference and Instruction Librarian
Carson Holloway is a Reference Librarian at Lilly Library and Perkins Library, as well as being the Subject Librarian for Military History, Local History, and the History of Science and Technology. Carson is also the Librarian for British & Irish Studies, Australia & New Zealand, and general World History. He has been on the Faculty of the School of Library and Information Sciences at North Carolina Central University. Carson began his library career with Duke University Libraries as an intern in the Documents Department in Perkins and returned to Duke Libraries in 2002.
BA English, Duke University; MSLS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Head of East Campus Libraries
Subject Librarian for United States History
Serving as Head of the East Campus Libraries, encompassing the Lilly Library and the Music Library, since 2010, Kelley has been based on East Campus since the mid 1990s. In June of 2003, Kelley Lawton was named as the Head of Lilly Library. Prior to being named as Head Librarian, Kelley served as Head of Lilly Reference. Kelley collects and maintains Lilly's general reference collection, Lilly's current literature collection, and also serves as the subject librarian for United States History at Duke Libraries. Kelley teaches first-year bibliographic instruction at Lilly and served on the Publications Committee in the ALA's Library Instruction Round Table. She has served as president of the Durham County Library Association. Kelley started with Duke Libraries as an intern in 1992 and embarked on her professional career at Lilly Library.
BA History, Meredith College; MA Archival Management, NC State University; MSLS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Evening Reference Librarian and Supervisor
Since the fall semester of 2004, Dave has served as the Evening Reference Librarian for Lilly Library - in addition to being the Evening Supervisor. Dave also serves, with Great Boers, as a liaison for the First-Year Library Advisory Board. Already experienced in managing evening library services at Lilly Library, and previously serving as the Reserves Coordinator at Lilly, Dave began working in Duke Libraries in 1999.
BA English, Wake Forest University; MLS, North Carolina Central University; AM Religion, Duke University
Film, Video and Digital Media Librarian
Danette Pachtner joined Lilly Library after a stint in the Reference Department at Perkins Library. As subject librarian for Film, Video & Digital Media, she is responsible for Duke Libraries' collections in film and video in all formats as well as secondary print resources supporting the film and video collection. She also collects and provides research support for Women's Studies.
BA, Russian Language and Literature/Theatre Studies, Wesleyan University; MLIS, University of California at Los Angeles
Visual Studies Librarian
Visual Studies Librarian Lee Sorensen is responsible for Duke Libraries' collections in the fine and performing arts. Lee collects for art, sculpture, architecture, dance, photography, and museum studies. His professional memberships include the Art Libraries Society of North America, the Art History Webmasters Association, and the College Art Association. Lee joined Lilly Library in the fall of 1990.
AB History, Carthage College; AM Art History, AM Library Science, University of Chicago
Carol Smolka Terry
Periodicals and Collection Management
As the Collections Services Manager at Lilly, Carol Terry is responsible for the administration of Lilly Library’s periodical collection and the post-cataloging maintenance of the monographic and serial collections, in addition to Public Services. Carol serves as a resource for our staff in the interpretation of catalog and acquisitions records, and as the liaison with Collections Services in Perkins-Bostock Library. At Lilly Library since 1984, Carol is often referred to as the "historian" on staff.
BA Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; MPA, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Circulation and Access Services
Serving as head of circulation and access services at Lilly, Yunyi Wang manages Lilly Library's circulation operations and stack maintenance. Yunyi also supervises Lilly's student assistants. Patrons may contact Yunyi regarding questions about Lilly circulation policies, requests for recalls and searches, and applications for a Duke library card. Yunyi has been with Lilly Library since 1995, previously working at Perkins Library for five years.
AV Specialist and Reserves
AV specialist Ken Wetherington manages Lilly Library's media concerns, including maintenance of the in-house audiovisual equipment. Faculty members interested in placing films on reserve should contact Ken or use the library's online form. In addition, Ken oversees the status of film and book reserves at Lilly Library. Faculty and staff should contact Ken when they need to place material on reserve or have questions about existing reserves. Ken previously worked at the Duke Law Library and the University of North Carolina's Davis Library.
BA Business, Western Carolina University
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