Please join us in congratulating the Libraries’ student employees who are graduating on December 13, 2019, as well as those going on a study abroad experience during spring 2020. Although we are sad to see them leave, we are proud of their accomplishments and wish them much success in the next chapter of their lives!
Lucy Christenson has worked in the Clarke Library reading room since October 2018. She is majoring in political science with a minor in history. Through CMU’s Study Abroad program, she will be studying in Greece next semester learning about the country’s history and enjoying its beauty.
Tyna Doran, a student employee in Library Systems, will graduate in December with a Bachelor of Science in Geology. After graduation, she plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Planetary Geology.
Abby Fishbaugh, a student employee in the Library Research and Instruction Services department, has worked at the Research Help desk since August 2017. This coming spring, Abby will be an Event Management intern in the Events and Conference Services office at CMU. She is majoring in Event Management with a minor in Interior Design. After graduation, she is still unclear about what she wants to do, but knows it will be something she loves doing!
Brandon Fry, a student employee in Library Systems, will graduate in December with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He’s heading to Detroit to work as a Product Specialist for Dynatrace.
Catherine Hall, a student employee in Business Services, Dean’s Office, and Collection Development, is graduating in December with a degree in Human Resource Management and a minor in Legal Studies. She has worked in the library her entire undergraduate career, since 2015, and is sad to see her time here come to an end. She hopes to pursue a career in HR after graduation and to begin preparation for law school applications. She looks forward to spending time with family and traveling to Jamaica in February.
Billy Nuttall, a student employee in Access Services, is graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts. While at CMU, he produced and hosted a show on MHTV called Down Time. He would love to continue producing and is looking forward to a career working on a film crew or in a production facility.
Autumn Pinkley is graduating with a degree in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts. At the Clarke Historical Library, she works as a student assistant in the imaging department where her projects have included the digitization of oversize materials and shooting preservation microfilm as well as Clarke event photography. She’s the founder of the Cherry Project, an online platform of positivity and awareness, and the recipient of the Library Student Employee Scholarship. Autumn looks forward to a career in video production.