Jaclyn Barcewski, Scholarly Communication Program Intern, is pursuing her MLS at Pratt Institute and most recently worked as a Library Assistant at The New Yorker.
Kenneth Crews received a grant from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation for the study of library and museum licensing practices, especially in regard to the licensing of images of art from the collections. As part of the study, he did a presentation at the International Association for Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property Law annual conference in Vilnius, Lithuania. In addition, he has given presentations at several universities, including Harvard, Yale….. He was a guest speaker on the subject of the Google Book Settlement at a recent member meeting of the Association of Research Libraries. Kenneth Crews also continues to be involved with copyright matters for the American Library Association, and on behalf of ALA attended a meeting of the world Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Here at Columbia, he has been a speaker at programs for the law school, the medical school, and other groups.
Vanessa DeJesus, Digital Services Assistant, is a sophomore at Columbia College whose past experience includes working at the CU Center for Environmental Research and Conservation.
Briana Ferrigno, Editorial Producer at CCNMTL, ran the NYC Marathon with a time of 3:46, her first marathon. Congratulations, Brie!
Patrick Force, Application Developer, comes to CDRS from ActKnowledge, a social enterprise based at CUNY, where he worked on Flex/PHP application architecture and development.
Claudia Funke, Curator, Rare Books/Indexer in Avery Library, accepted the appointment of Curator of Rare Books at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her last day at Avery will be Novebmer 12th.
Annemarie von Roessel, Archivist in Avery Library, was married this past October and is moving to to Switzerland in mid-December.