|June 2011 - Present||Library Specialist CL3, University of Maine ‐ Fogler Library|
Honors and Awards
- Outstanding Student Award. Department of Anthropology, University of Maine, 1994.
- Outstanding Student Award. Department of Anthropology, University of Maine, 1993.
- Milton Ellis Award in English. Department of English, University of Maine, 1993.
- Phi Beta Kappa, 1992
- Phi Kappa Phi, 1992
- Sigma Tau Delta, 1992
- First Place, Maine Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, Weekly Feature, 1989.
- Second Place, Maine Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, Weekly Feature, 1987.
- First Place, The Piscataquis Observer, Special Edition (Contributor), 1987.
- First Place, The Piscataquis Observer, Reader Service (Contributor), 1987.
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Archaeological Anthropology (2)
Clues to Paleoindian Survival: Underwater caches my have supplied meat in winter Mammoth Trumpet (1991)
Dr. Daniel C. Fisher of University of Michigan's Museum of Paleontology and Department of Geological Sciences has found intriguing new information at the Heisler and other sites concerning Paleoindian food-caching behavior. New lines of evidence ...
Collections Management (1)
Summary Guidelines to Planning a Collection-wide Location Inventory (2006)
Although museums have existed on the American landscape since the time of Thomas Jefferson, museum science—the practice of using a standardized methodology for accessioning, cataloging, and maintaining museum collections—is a relatively new discipline. This being ...
Recent Works (1)
Information Management (6)
Guy Kendall Collection in Digital Commons Digital Curation (2016)
The following report details the planning, digitization, and creation of an online exhibit featuring the Guy Kendall collection of photographs and harness racing memorabilia in New England, from the early-to-mid 20th Century. The physical materials ...
Paths to Repository Success at Any Stage bepress (2015)
DigitalCommons@UMaine launched as the University of Maine’s institutional repository in January 2012. Since that time, the collection has grown to over thirteen thousand (13,000) papers in more than seven hundred, sixty (760) disciplines; and has ...
Open Access Repositories, Copyright Laws, and Digital Commons for Graduate Students Library Staff Publications (2014)
Contributing full-text, peer-reviewed research papers to an Open Access institutional repository, such as DigitalCommons@UMaine, increases the impact of scholarly research by expanding the potential audience far beyond the reach of subscription-based journals. The rapid evolution ...
Introduction to Digital Commons for Support Staff Classified Employees Advisory Committee Development Day (2013)
What is Digital Commons? Digital Commons is an Institutional Repository (IR). In essence, Digital Commons is an interactive web interface that collects, preserves, and distributes an institution's artistic and intellectual output online. Think of it ...
DigitalCommons@UMaine for Faculty Fogler Library (2012)
DigitalCommons@UMaine, the university's Institutional Repository (IR), offers a free alternative to faculty to disseminate research, scholarship, and creative activity as required by many departmental missions and federal granting agencies. The IR benefits faculty by increasing ...
Introduction to DigitalCommons@UMaine Fogler Library (2012)
If your institutional mission statement includes any of the following terms: disseminate, share, promote, produce, demonstrate, qualitative, or quantitative, the institutional repository provided through Digital Commons can help you accomplish that mission. Digital Commons at ...
Journalism & Professional Writing (14)
Climbing toward self-esteem: Ropes program provides catalyst for personal growth The Piscataquis Observer (1989)
Ropes program offers at-risk youth participating in Options, the SAD 46's alternative education program, an opportunity to participate in trust, self-esteem, and team-building exercises at Camp Winnebago.
Open Doors: Alternative Education The Piscataquis Observer (1988)
Dexter Regional High School partners with SAD 46 Adult Education to provide the community's first alternative education program. Although students currently enrolled in Dexter's alternative program have proven to be bright, well-spoken, and talented with ...
Local physician provides global symbol in struggle to halt nuclear armament build up The Piscataquis Observer (1988)
Dr. David Frasz of Dover-Foxcroft, creates three-dimensional illustration to depict what he believed to be flaws in President Ronald Reagan's Strategic Arms Defense Initiative, "Star Wars," that later became an international symbol for people working ...
Casey and family reunited after desperate search The Piscataquis Observer (1988)
Missing, three-year-old, Golden Retriever mix, Casey, spurs a desperate tri-county search by the Lockhart family. This article one first place in the 1988 Maine Press Association Awards in the category of Weekly Feature.
Dexter Town Council to decide fate of Fitzgerald Mansion The Piscataquis Observer (1986)
The fate of the 1890 Fitzgerald Mansion, home of the late Dr. Orrin Fitzgerald, Jr., renowned spiritualist doctor, to be decided by the Dexter Town Council. Article reviews the history of the mansard-style mansion as ...
Public Relations & Advertising (5)
Welcome to Our Little Corner of the Web Printips (2007)
University of Maine Printing Services Fall 2007 customization of the subscription Printips newsletter service for printers. Kimberly J. Sawtelle was responsible for authoring original content as well as customizing the imagery, design, and promotional information ...