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Joanne Quinn Promoted to Design Specialist

Joanne Quinn has been promoted to the newly created position of design specialist.

In her new position Quinn is the primary graphic designer for library publications, web graphics and marketing materials. She will continue to design and mount cultural and collection- oriented library displays and provide the daily whiteboard art at the circulation desk.

Her whiteboard art will soon be photographed and archived in the Digital Library. Quinn is also a member of the Falvey social media task force.

She now reports to Judith Olsen, Communication and Publications team leader, and Darren Poley, Events and Outreach team leader, and also works with Digital Library/Special Collections projects.

Quinn had begun doing graphic design work for Falvey Memorial Library while working as an interlibrary loan specialist on the Access Services team.

Quinn, a Villanova University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in communication, is currently enrolled in the graduate program in Communication. As an undergraduate she was an editorial cartoonist for the Villanovan and is looking forward to seeing her work in the Digital Library’s digitization project.

Her husband, Jeff, is a Villanova University graduate and their two daughters are currently enrolled at Villanova as well; her son attends high school.

Quinn’s hobbies are music, traveling and haunting her public library for reading material. She is a dedicated Phillies fan.

Contributed by Alice Bampton and Gerald Dierkes

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  1. Comment by Judy — September 25, 2011 @ 10:57 am

    Love the daily whiteboard art!

  2. Comment by aedwar09 — September 26, 2011 @ 10:13 am

    Congratulations, Joanne!

  3. Comment by Luisa Cywinski — September 26, 2011 @ 2:24 pm

    The caricatures for our “student of the month” program are works of art!

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