During May 2023

Inside ZSR

Joy and Elizabeth at LOEX

As instruction librarians, attending LOEX is a bit like going to Disney World which is “the happiest place on Earth!” After two years meeting entirely through Zoom (2022-21), and last year meeting in Ypsilanti, Michigan (the home of LOEX), it was so good to be able to explore a new city. If you want to... more

Colleen at the Women’s Health Research Day

The Wake Forest School of Medicine hosts the Women’s Health Research Day each spring at the Bowman Grey Center for Medical Education in downtown Winston-Salem. This year’s event took place on May 23 and was packed full of presenters and content highlighting both the accomplishments and visions of women as both researchers and subjects in... more

What Can CommComm Do For You?

The Communications Committee (CommComm) would like to remind you of who we are, what we do, and most importantly how we can help you communicate to your intended audience. Communication is more important than ever during these times. We are committed to providing our resources and assistance to anyone who might need it. Communications Committee... more

Colleen at MLA in Detroit

As a 2022-23 Medical Library Association (MLA) Research Training Institute (RTI) Fellow, I had the opportunity to present at this year’s MLA / SLA Hybrid conference in Detroit, MI from May 16 – 19. This opportunity was special for a number of reasons. The Research Training Institute First, my poster and presentation at this conference... more

Tim at ASERL in ATL

The Spring meeting of the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) was held at the Georgia Tech Conference Center April 25-26. After six years on the ASERL Board of Directors, I rotated off the Board after serving terms as member-at-large, secretary/treasurer, and president. Evidently I am the only member ever to hold all three elected... more

ZSR Recognitions for April 2023

The ZSR Recognitions: Thank a Colleague! program provides an opportunity for employees to submit a note of thanks to their colleagues. These can be for going above and beyond, helping a job get done, general appreciation, or any reason thanks can be given! Here are those who’ve been recognized in the past month. Beth Tedford... more