Celebrating Our Graduating Student Workers!
All of us at the DiMenna-Nyselius Library would like to congratulate the members of the class of 2023, especially our amazing student workers Michael Draper, Francesca Klein, Noor Khattak, Akul Khatri, Madison Langh, Eden Marchese, Margaret Meyer, Ariela Nunez, Anne Scenna, and Ava Tirri.
We celebrate both their collective, as well as their individual efforts towards our goals, mission, and success as a member of the Fairfield University community. This graduating class included students who served as the face of the Library at the Library Services & Information Desk and at campus events or worked behind the scenes with circulating materials, Interlibrary Services, event planning, assessment projects, and cataloging.
In keeping with our tradition, we've added new titles to our collection that relate to their career ambitions and included a bookplate on the inside cover with their name and class year. See the list of titles below, as well as some more pictures from our celebration in their honor.
Michael Draper (Math)- The Joy of Abstraction: An Exploration of Math, Category Theory, and Life
Francesca Klein (Psychology, Marketing)- Feedback Reimagined: Transform Your Organization Through Positive Psychology and Social Support
Noor Khattak (Engineering)- Processing-in-Memory for AI: From Circuits to Systems
Akul Khatri (Computer Science)- Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software
Madison Langh (Finance)- The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth and Community Is Changing the World
Eden Marchese (Philosophy, Creative Writing)- A More Just Future: Psychological Tools for Reckoning with Our Past and Driving Social Change
Margaret Meyer (Accounting)- The Joy of Accounting: A Game-Changing Approach That Makes Accounting Easy
Ariela Nunez (Finance)- Profit First: Transform Your Business from a Cash-Eating Monster to a Money-Making Machine
Ava Tirri (Public Health)- Epidemics: The Impact of Germs and Their Power Over Humanity
In addition to bookplates, we have also added their names to the books' metadata so that it will display in the catalog: