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March 10, 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Welcome Jean Michel
  2. Nancy Jang Retires
  3. Breakfast Seminar Series on Gender and the Workplace
  4. SUL/AIR Job Opportunities



1. WELCOME JEAN MICHEL

We are happy to announce Jean Michel as a New Library Specialist II in the Access Services Department of Green Library. While Jean is a new addition to the Loan Division, her friendly face is familiar to many of us. Jean's recent work involved daily visits to Green Library for the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavior Sciences. In her position with the CASBS, Jean was in charge of Interlibrary Loan services.

Before working at CASBS, Jean worked at Cabrillo College as a Learning Resources Assistant and at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center as a Library Specialist II. For many years, Jean was a self-employed owner of a crafts business that specialized in high-quality tapestry purses, vests, hats and accessories.

Jean majored in French Language Studies at both Foothill Community College and the University of Paris X. In addition to cycling to work, Jean enjoys Arts, languages, South. Indian Classical Dance, hiking, music and reading.

We are very fortunate to have Jean with us.

--submitted by Ruth Briesemeister

2. NANCY JANG RETIRES

After 18 years of great service to the Stanford University Libraries, Nancy Jang retired on February 24. Her many colleagues and friends wished her a wonderful retirement and remembered her years of service in a farewell party on that day. Nancy now looks forward to pursuing her many interests. First on her schedule is a trip to Miami in March, followed very soon by a trip to Italy. We will miss Nancy's knowledge and good sense, we hope that her retirement is rewarding, and that she will come back to visit us often.

--submitted by Sharon Propas

3. BREAKFAST SEMINAR SERIES ON GENDER AND THE WORKPLACE
  • March 9 (RSVP by March 3)
    Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz
    "The Confident Woman: Learn the Rules of the Game"
    Lockheed Martin Missles and Space Company, Sunnyvale CA
    Breakfast at 7:00 AM; lecture at 7:30 AM.

  • April 13 (RSVP by April 7)
    Theresa Isaacs
    "From Surviving to Thriving"
    Faculty Club, Stanford University
    Breakfast at 7:15 AM; lecture at 8:00 AM.

  • May 9 (RSVP by May 3)
    Catherine S. Muther
    "Venture Philanthropy in the New Economy: Women's
    Technology Cluster"
    Faculty Club, Stanford University
    Breakfast at 7:15 AM; lecture at 8:00 AM.

  • September 26 (RSVP by Sept. 20)
    James N. Baron
    "In The Company of Women: Gender and Organizational
    Behavior and Human Resources"
    Tresidder Union, Stanford University
    Breakfast at 7:15 AM; lecture at 8:00 AM.

  • November 14 (RSVP by Nov. 8)
    Kim Walesh
    "Preliminary Research Results on Women's Leadership
    and Participation in the New Economy"
    Faculty Club, Stanford University
    Breakfast at 7:15 AM; lecture at 8:00 AM.

Registration fee for faculty, staff and students is $15 per seminar.

For more information, contact Sally Schroeder, Institute for Research on Women and Gender (723-1994, sally.schroeder@stanford.edu)

--submitted by Sally Schroeder, Institute for Research on Women and Gender

4. SUL/AIR JOB OPPORTUNITIES

SUL/AIR has the following new open positions this week.

Library Specialist (3/6/00); REQ# J000586

Human Resources Officer (3/6/00); REQ# J000616

For a complete description of these jobs and a list of all current SUL/AIR jobs, visit the Human Resources Web site at:

Human Resources Web site.


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