Making Lives Better

Twitter praise for P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

 

RodriguezA232: This is the coolest library ever.  @ UTHSCSA – School Of Medicine

  http://t.co/ialgjsHv

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the Web page usability testing

Compliments to Luke Rosenberger and Kelley Minars

 

Thank you again for the great contributions you are making to our Web Refresh Task Force!

 

Mary

 

Mary G. DeLay

Chief of Staff, Office of the President

Vice President, Communications

The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio

Barn Swallows at Briscoe Library

 

That was a nice little newsletter story about y’alls’ barn swallows.

 

Tina Mesa

Dean of Learning Resources

Palo Alto College, Ozuna Library

The Best Library Services, Atmosphere and Experience!

Absolutely! The best library services, atmosphere and experience I’ve ever had during 22 years of traveling in the military!  Great service from Ken Wise and Juan Jaime!

Howard McNeil

Thanks for serving as Capstone Field Supervisor

To Jonquil Feldman, Director of Briscoe Library and Outreach Services

 

On behalf of the UT School of Information, I would like to thank you for serving as a capstone field supervisor during the Summer 2012 semester.

The capstone experience is truly invaluable for our master’s students as they reach the end of their program of study and prepare to launch themselves professionally. Professional experience projects afford students the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their studies in a “real world” professional setting before exiting the program. Capstone field supervisors play a critical role in supporting students as they undertake these projects.

I hope that this experience as field supervisor was as rewarding to you and your organization as it was to our students. Thank you once again for your support of our students and the UT School of Information.

Sincerely,

Mary Carla Criner, PhD

Assistant Dean
School of Information, The University of Texas at Austin
July 9, 2012

Thanks for hosting the webinar

Dear Greysi and Kathy,

Thank you very much for hosting yesterday’s webinar on How to Enhance Library Instruction with Mobile Devices.  It was very valuable!

We really appreciate being given the opportunity to participate in these professional development opportunities.

 

Thanks again!

Lucy

 

Lucy Hansen

Lead Librarian, South Texas Independent School District

Biblioteca Las Américas, Mercedes, TX

July 12, 2012

 

 

Thanks for the Working Lunch

To Susan Hunnicutt, Special Projects Librarian

Thank you for the working lunch today to speak about your job duties.

You were thorough and informative and provided an excellent overview of the library and its relationship to the campus. You also answered all my questions clearly and professionally and, as an intern, it was good to see how your job relates to Records Management and Special Collections; both with work duties and logistics.

With my appreciation,

Melva Ramirez, Intern

Records and Information Management

July 11, 2012

Applied Neuroanatomy Exhibit

From an email to Susan Hunnicutt, Special Projects Librarian:

I was able to see the exhibit over the weekend. It looks absolutely amazing. You really did a wonderful job.

Vinh Dao, MS3 student

July 2, 2012

A funny thing happened…

I think the @uthscsa librarian is a part time comedian. I mean that as a compliment. She’s awesome! :)

 

[Compliment for Katie Prentice, Head of Education and Information Services, whose Orientation for incoming students is not to be missed!]

Thanks for supporting my History of Anatomy course

My History of Anatomy first year medical students and I enjoyed our visit to the Nixon Library so much last night!  The students have such a packed schedule that it is difficult to arrange a time during the day to get them all together.  Susan Hunnicutt, Anne Comeaux, and Melissa  De Thorne were wonderful to stay late to provide this time for us.  They had displayed the books so the students could easily peruse them, and they took lots of pictures to document our visit.

My students are excited about the Nixon dinner and the Shakespeare exhibit from the NLM, so I think we will get some good participation and help from them.

Thanks again for supporting my courses.

 

Charleen M. Moore, Ph.D., FACMG

Distinguished Teaching Professor

Professor of Human Anatomy and Genetics