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What Are You Working On? with Anna Hathcock

Thank you to our latest student assistant blogger, Anna Hathcock, who is here to talk about her time and work in Special Collections & Archives, and how it has illuminated her career path. Take it away, Anna! Hello! My name is Anna Hathcock and I am a junior studying religion here at Wake Forest. I’ve... more

What Our Graduate Student Intern Worked On

Special Collections & Archives was pleased to host another Library Science graduate student from UNC Greensboro this spring break as part of their Alternative Spring Break program. This year, our hard-working student was Grace Schermerhorn. Grace is pursuing her Master of Library and Information Science degree online while also working in the public library systems... more

What Are You Working On? with Riley Richards

As we often do the in the spring, some of Special Collections’ student assistants will be blogging this spring about once a month, telling us about their work and their time here. First up is a newcomer to SCA this year, freshman Riley Richards! I began working in Special Collections and Archives last semester and... more

What Are You Working On? with Megan Franks

In addition to the student assistants who work in Special Collections & Archives, we are fortunate to have a few Wake alumni who also support the department’s work; many are graduate students in library science, so we’re able to provide some experience and mentoring in their field. This week we are bidding farewell to Megan... more

What Are You Working On? with Juno Zhu

Today we’re highlighting our last student assistant for this school year – our fourth graduating student assistant, Juno Zhu. Juno began working for us last summer and acclimated quickly to archival work tasks. Here is what she has to say about her work here: My name is Juno Zhu and I am a senior majoring... more

What Are You Working On? with Tara Coady

Special Collections & Archives would like to continue highlighting the extensive work that our student assistants do on a daily basis to help us provide access to the records of the University and other manuscript collections. Soon-to-graduate senior Tara Coady began working with us in Special Collections & Archives as a student assistant in 2016,... more

What Are You Working On? with Mia Harris

Mia Harris began working with us in Special Collections & Archives as a student assistant the fall of her senior year. She is currently consolidating and processing materials for our James Ralph Scales and Family papers. The project consists of navigating archaic nomenclature, difficult handwriting, and over 1000 photographs and papers. This project requires extensive... more

Graduate Students on Spring Break, the Internship Edition

In Special Collections & Archives, we are happy to host interns, particularly graduate students who are earning degrees in library science or one of our affiliate fields (museum studies, public history, and the like).  In my experience, students in particular ask great questions about the daily life of archivists and the nature of our work,... more

What Are You Working On? with Kelli Johnson

Special Collections & Archives would like to continue highlighting the extensive work that our student assistants do on a daily basis. Senior Kelli Johnson has worked in Special Collections & Archives for four years. Here’s a little something she wrote describing the work she does in Special Collections & Archives. I’m Kelli Johnson and I’m... more

Welcome to the Special Collections & Archives interns!

As our student workers depart in May to complete their exams and head off for summer, they often ask me what I’ll be doing in the summer. Advancing the work of the ZSR Special Collections & Archives, of course! The library’s faculty and staff are 12-month employees and use summer to launch new projects, tie... more