2021 PTPL Scholarship Recipients:
Alex Audziayuk is a second-year graduate student pursuing his master’s degree in library science at the School of Library and Information Science at the Catholic University of America. A native of Belarus, Alex also holds two equivalents of Master’s degrees, one in mechanical engineering and the other in religious studies from universities in Minsk (Belarus) and Eichstaett (Germany). Currently he works as a Student Assistant at the Rare Books and Special Collections of the Catholic University Libraries. He is passionate about cataloging, bibliographies, and Eastern European collections and publications in the U.S. Alex was recently honored with the 2021 Academic Excellence Award by the Catholic University School of Library and Information Science. He plans to graduate this December and start his new career as a technical processing librarian.
Cody Hackett is a library worker with over 10 years of experience in academic libraries. He began working in Special Collections at the University of Arkansas as an Honors College intern, serving as a manuscript processor. After graduation, he joined the University’s Special Collections full-time as an Assistant Archivist on a multi-year project of arranging and organizing the Papers of Senator Dale Bumpers. Despite his fondness for archival work, he found his true calling when he transitioned to Technical Services, serving first as a print Serials Technician and Electronic Resources Specialist in Arkansas, before arriving at his current position as Senior Electronic Resources Specialist in the Technical Services Department at Georgetown University. In this position, he works within a team context to shepherd e-resources through the entire product lifecycle from negotiation and licensing to discontinuation and long-term preservation. In spring of 2020, Cody enrolled at the University of North Texas in the Master of Science-Library Science (MS-LS) program and anticipates graduating in summer of 2022. He hopes to leverage his library science degree and practical experience to obtain a position as an Electronic Resources Librarian.
Coleman Holth is currently the Acquisitions and Copy-Cataloging Coordinator at Hollins University. He is the first person in the newly created position, and he has helped develop the position and the new metadata team at Hollins. He has a BA in History from Roanoke College and is in the MLIS program at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He has an interest in metadata and cataloging for films, zines, and other non-book materials.
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