Congrats to Our Graduating Student Workers!

*Lets out dramatic sigh*

It's that time of year again. Time to say our fond farewells to another group of student workers whose work, both collectively and individually, will be sorely missed. They take care of so much of the behind the scenes work that allows to function and provide the services and resources that we do. In keeping with tradition, we've added a book in each of their names to our collections. Each book was carefully considered and reflects their studies here at Fairfield and what we hope their future endeavors entail. Best of luck to all of you!

Here is the complete list of Seniors and the books that are being added to our collections in their honor:

Arjana Balaj (Politics/International Studies) International Relations in the Cyber Age: The Co-Evolution Dilemma

Benicat Benoit (Electrical Engineering) Simply Electrifying?: the Technology That Transformed the World, from Benjamin Franklin to Elon Musk

Clarensky Benoit (Electrical Engineering) The Grid: Biography of an American Technology 

Mahammad Camara (Bioengineering) The Body Builders?: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human

William Hope (Marketing) The Rise of the Curator Class?: Changing the Way We Buy, Sell, and Make Everything

Lea Lecaj (Psych Behavioral Neuroscience) Mama’s Last Hug?: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us About Ourselves

Emily Madden (Accounting) Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance

Matthew Norton (Economics) Radical Markets?: Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society

Terri-Anne Parlemon (Psychology/Sociology) How Attention Works?: Finding Your Way in a World Full of Distraction

Alyssa Pilkington (Philosophy) What’s the Point of Knowledge??: a Function-First Epistemology

Haley Pilkington (Modern Languages-Spanish) The Spanish Craze?: America’s Fascination with the Hispanic World, 1779-1939

Ryan Remeika (Biology) The Feather Thief?: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century

Brandon Ruiz (Computer Science) Robot Rights