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Jenny Jensen retirement celebration

Posted on July 06, 2017

Friday, July 7 | 2-4 p.m. | Library Porch

The Livingston Lord Library reminds everyone that this Friday, July 7, we will be celebrating Jenny Jensen’s last day at MSUM, after more than 28 years of dedication to helping students, in different university departments. Join us for refreshments and good memories in the Library Porch, from 2-4 p.m.
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Library Staff walks to Guatemala via the Wellness Center

Posted on April 17, 2014

Congratulations and great job to Peg O’Neill and Jenny Jensen for achieving a milestone many set out to accomplish but never achieve. Since the Wellness Center opened in 2009, Peg and Jenny have averaged one visit each day (M-F) for five years!

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Employee Excellence Award Winners

Posted on June 07, 2013

The Employee Excellence Awards luncheon was held May 16 in the CMU Ballroom. Employees are nominated by their peers for recognition in five categories. This year’s award winners include:

Excellence in Service to Students: Becky Boyle Jones
Excellence in Service to the Community: Shireen Alemadi
Excellence in Service to the University: Classified Staff of the Livingston Lord Library: Christy Boyer, Peggy Bremer, Jenny Jensen, Jennifer Jorgenson, Kathy Ness, Peg O’Neill, Dianne Schmidt, Korella Selzler, and Lori Wallace Read the rest of this entry →

Activate your summer class materials on e-reserves

Posted on May 10, 2012

If you are a faculty member who has previously had materials on the library’s electronic reserves system and would like to activate your summer classes, contact Jenny Jensen (jensnjen@mnstate.edu or 477-2342) in the library. She will send you a paper copy of the materials you have had on electronic reserves and we will be able to re-activate those materials. Additional materials may be submitted using the electronic submission form.

For faculty who are new to e-reserves, it is not too late to begin putting your materials in the library’s electronic reserves system for your classes. The advantage of using e-reserves is that your students can access your course reserves materials 24/7 from virtually anywhere, and multiple students can access the materials at the same time. Read the rest of this entry →

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