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Welcome to our New Librarian – Maria Hugger

New Acquisitions/Electronic Resources Management Librarian – Maria Hugger started her first day at CSU-Pueblo today. You can reach Maria at 549-2714 or visit her in LARC 323. Maria will also be the liaison to the Math/Physics and Biology Departments. Welcome Maria!


September 10, 2012 at 11:36 am Leave a comment

Congratulations to Librarians Sandy Hudock and Dan Sullivan

on their recent publication, “Hit the Reference Transaction Mark: Incorporating READ into DART”
Colorado Libraries Vol. 36, no.1 (2011)

April 2, 2012 at 8:05 am Leave a comment

New Instruction Coordinator, Librarian Kevin Seeber

Please join us in welcoming Kevin Seeber to the Library faculty. Kevin Seeber started as the library’s new Instruction Coordinator on July 11.
Before coming to CSU-Pueblo, he lived in Tallahassee, Florida, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s in Library and Information Science from Florida State University. While at FSU, he worked in the main campus library for over five years. His undergraduate research centered on urban development in the early nineteenth-century Atlantic World, though more recently he has become interested in how people read, and what role physically handling a book has in reading enjoyment and information retention.
He enjoys listening to jazz, talking about typefaces, and cooking excessively complicated meals with his wife, Holly.

August 2, 2011 at 8:25 am Leave a comment

Library Faculty Publication: Sandy Hudock, Head of Public Services

“Animating Our Selves: The ‘Irreducible Multiplicity’ and Humans” by Sandy Hudock, Head of Public Services, was published in the July 2010 issue of The Journal of Ecocriticism. The article may be accessed online here.

Congratulations Sandy!

August 4, 2010 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

CSU-Pueblo Librarian, Margaret Kleszynski, Presents at Regional Conference

Margaret Kleszynski, Associate Professor and Collection Development Librarian, presented a workshop at the the 100th Anniversary PNLA (Pacific Northwest Library Association) Conference in Missoula, Montana August 5-7. The conference theme was “PNLA 1909-2009: A Century of Cooperation, A Legacy of Leadership”, and her workshop title was “Our Library Building is Being Renovated at Last: Now We Have to Weed!”

Margaret described the challenges library staff faced during a major weeding project driven by the library’s need to prepare for the building renovation, including how guidelines were created to help the weeding team ( assisted by the entire Library Staff), and the deselecting of items based on both subjective and objective assessment of the collections. Program goals or objectives highlighted were presenting the guidelines for deselection, describing the project in sequential stages, presenting alternatives for discarding books considering environmental impact, cost, obeying rules of state property, and detailing how the project was completed successfully by the library staff working as a team. Congratulations, Margaret!

August 14, 2009 at 11:17 am Leave a comment

CSU-Pueblo Librarian Courtney Bruch Presents at National Conference

ALA Poster
CSU-Pueblo Library Instruction Coordinator, Courtney Bruch, and West Virginia University Director of Instruction and Information Literacy, Carroll Wetzel-Wilkinson, presented a poster refereed by the American College and Research Libraries Immersion Alumni Program Planning Working Group at the annual American Libraries Association Conference in Chicago, IL on July 11th. Bruch and Wetzel-Wilkinson are both graduates of the Institute for Information Literacy Immersion Program, a program whose alumni are recognized as leaders in teaching lifelong learning skills, improving techniques for assessing learning outcomes and in creating environments of discovery. Their poster, entitled “Frontier Life Is Not Easy: Positive Strategies for Surviving/Thriving in Spite of the Realities of Information Literacy Leadership”, identified common obstacles that stifle progress and conclusions that foster library instruction program development and change through authentic communication and “influence without authority”.

July 20, 2009 at 10:12 am Leave a comment


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