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Kallie Stahl–A Familiar Face Is Now a Full Time Member of Falvey

  • Posted by: Alice Bampton
  • Posted Date: February 2, 2017
  • Filed Under: Library News

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This month Kallie Stahl joined the Communication and Marketing Department as a Communication and Marketing specialist, reporting to Director Joanne Quinn and working with Regina (Gina) Duffy, events program manager, and Hunter Vay Houtzer, graduate assistant. She became a temporary employee in May 2016 after  working for the department as a graduate assistant.

Stahl originally joined the Library in August 2014 as a graduate assistant in the Scholarly Outreach team led by Darren Poley. As a member of the team and working with Regina (Gina) Duffy and Rebecca (Becky) Whidden, she facilitated and assured the successful execution of the Library’s outreach activities.

Stahl, a native of Williston, Ohio, came to Villanova University to pursue a M.A. in Communication; she is currently completing her thesis, “Crisis on Castle:  Examining the Power of Collective Affect within Convergence Culture.” She also earned a certificate in Critical/Cultural Studies in May 2016. Stahl selected Villanova because its communication faculty members have very diverse academic interests. She graduated in 2013 from Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, with a bachelor’s degree in communication and public relations.

She says, “I’m a popular culture fanatic—television, music, literature, graphic novels—I enjoy exploring old and new texts. I enjoy being active, playing and watching sports (silently cheering all of Cleveland’s professional sports teams on to victory.) In my free time, I’m typically making travel arrangements for a new trip abroad.”

She spent six weeks in China, June – July 2015, in Shanghai and Beijing as a participant in the Shanghai Business and Communication Internship Program. Through CRCC Asia she worked as an intern for Monkies Shoes, an international fashion company. Stahl has also visited Mexico, Canada, and Europe; her most recent European trip was 2012 when she enrolled in a summer course in London.

Stahl creates the “Curious ‘Cat” which appears on the Library blog each Thursday; she interviews and photographs students and others, asking a new question each week. She is currently filling in for Regina Duffy (who is on maternity leave) working with events held in Falvey.  She contributes to events, to editorial and marketing efforts to communicate and promote the Library and its key messages, strategic priorities and values; these responsibilities will continue after Duffy returns.

Look for the Curious ‘Cat later today.


Photo by Alice Bampton, Communications and Marketing Dept.

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