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

Mallory Burgey, Interlibrary Services Department, is the June Student Employee of the Month. Mallory began working in Interlibrary Services in February 2013.

According to her nominator, "Mallory was trained primarily to handle the borrowing side of our daily operations. However, over the course of her first semester, she adroitly maneuvered between both the borrowing and lending divisions of our department; ticking off tasks and transactions as they occurred. With the passing of each semester and the acquisition of new student employees, Mallory has been our go-to for student-to-student training.

She is able to clearly verbalize and demonstrate the correct procedures and operations pertinent to the job’s description.  Mallory can be depended upon to pick up the slack, be it in lending or in borrowing, without having to be asked and without complaint.  She is a true pleasure to work with and a valuable member of the Interlibrary Services' team.  We feel very fortunate to have Mallory on board."

Congratulations Mallory! 

Last updated: 07/28/2014