Edited by Sheryl Panka-Bryman
Lydia Collins of the University of Delaware was accepted to the fall session of the National Library of Medicine’s 2010 fellowship program in BioMedical Informatics II at the Marine Biological Laboratory <http://www.mbl.edu/>, Woods Hole, MA. Lydia is Assistant Librarian in the Reference Department at the University of Delaware Library, where she is responsible for reference, information literacy and instruction, and collection development, and she is the faculty, staff and student liaison to all departments within the College of Health Sciences.
Gina Kaiser of the University of the Sciences was elected a Director-at-Large for the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Association of College & Research Libraries, effective June 2010 through 2013.
Lucy Bea Kaplan
Gary Kaplan of Thomas Jefferson University and his wife, Molly, welcomed their beautiful daughter, Lucy Bea, into their family on June 14, 2010.
Daniel G. Kipnis of Thomas Jefferson University in conjunction with his colleague, Gary Kaplan, and others presented a paper at MLA’s 2010 Conference, Reflect and Connect, in Washington, DC, for the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section: “Beyond Cool: Reflecting on Web 2.0 Adventures and Misadventures,” entitled “4 Wikis + 4 Blogs + 70 Third-year Medical School Students = Improved Students’ Confidence in Practicing Evidence-based Medicine (EBM): A Pilot Project Using Blogs and Wikis for a Collaboration EBM Assignment in a Third-year Internal Medicine Clerkship”.
Jeanette de Richemond is the recipient of a Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. The Fellowship is awarded by the Beta Phi Mu honor society to Library and Information Sciences doctoral students who are working on their dissertations.
Mindy Robinson-Paquette, of Sanofi-aventis, is a contributor (pages 129-132) to the recently published book The Accidental Health Sciences Librarian, by Lisa A. Ennis and Nicole Mitchell, Information Today, Inc., ©2010.
The Wistar Institute’s Library and Archives will be a major lender to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts’ Anatomy/Academy exhibition, scheduled for January 29-May 13, 2011. The Institute will be lending all of the extant William Rush anatomical models as well as books, documents and other items from their collections.