K-State Libraries Student Employee of the Month

K-State Libraries employ approximately 60 part-times students each year. These students are commited to our success, and we couldn’t run the Libraries without them. With this award we want to acknowledge and honor our dedicated student employees serving in the Libraries.

If you have an outstanding student we encourage you to nominate them for this award.

The winner will receive a framed certificate and small gift.

Nominations are accepted the 1st of each month through the end of the month. No late nominations will be accepted.

This Month's Winner

Natalie Monaes, K-State Libraries

Natalie assists in writing for the web: she transforms random or generic ideas into text that helps our website be more accessible and informative to our users. Due to her accurate and quality work on every project, she was delegated high-impact projects like migrating the databases to Drupal and correcting inconsistencies in LibGuides. These projects were lengthy and tedious, but Natalie handled them with optimism and aplomb.

Additionally, Natalie works independently and looks for more work when she completes what she is done. If her supervisors are unavailable, she will ask the Libraries’ Communications & Marketing Team if she can help them on their projects. Natalie’s quality of work increases the efficiency of web and online learning projects and we would not be able to accomplish as many things as we do without her assistance.  

Congratulations Natalie!

Last updated: 04/20/2015