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Matt Neihoff works in Wilson Library Circulation, Reserves and Stacks Services. He started work with the Libraries as a student library assistant and has become one of the unit's lead student employees, showing a strong grasp of procedure and leadership initiative. In his role at the Libraries, Matt focuses on the care and circulation of the Libraries' book collections as well as providing timely and thorough customer service to a diverse clientèle at a number of locations within Wilson Library. Matt displays constant initiative in identifying and solving problems to promote the most efficient use and circulation of the Libraries' materials for its patron groups. Matt is a Libraries team player who shows great initiative and leadership.Matt will be receiving his award Friday April 30th at the Friends of the Libraries annual dinner.
We have been informed that the food for this event Friday includes sandwiches, and three different cakes on of which is from Wuollet's Bakery.
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When: Wednesday, October 21 12-2pm
What: IADS Staff Motivation Fall Event
Now's your chance!
Friday October 2, 2009
Meet Becky and Katie in the Annex Office slightly before 10am, and they will walk the group over to meet Tim and take the tour.
The tour is not mandatory, but it is highly encouraged. Tim, the MLAC guy, will give you great information about the impressive structure.
Even if you're not going on the tour, we would like everyone to learn what MLAC is in order to better serve people who come to our desks. The library system is very large, and we often get confused patrons who don't know what MLAC is.
Please post a comment letting us know that you've enthusiastically learned all you can about MLAC.