Stacy Judy, as of Feb. 1, was promoted from
Circulation Services librarian at Meader Library to head of
Vivian Chau was hired Dec. 8 as Administrative Services library
assistant. She was born and raised in New York City and moved
to Honolulu last June after graduating from Wesleyan University
with a B.A. in Art History. She comes to this position with a
variety of skills and experiences, including: Honolulu’s
Contemporary Museum, the Japanese American National Museum (Calif.),
the Davison Art Center/Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University
(Conn.), the Asian American Arts Centre in New York, the Brooklyn
Museum of Art, and the Museum of Chinese in the Americas (NY).
Chelsea Jackson was hired Dec. 2 as the library assistant at
Atherton Library. She was born and raised in Eugene, Ore. and
graduated from the University of Oregon in 2003 with a B.A.
in History and minor in Women’s and Gender studies. While
working as a student at U of O’s Knight Library, she became
interested in library research and working with primary documents
(such as the Oregon collection). She moved to Hawai‘i last
September and is excited to be back in an academic environment.
Hillary Chang was hired Nov. 5 as a Periodical Services library
assistant. She is a returning employee who first started
work for the HPU libraries in Oct. 1994 as a Cataloging Services
librarian. She was promoted to the head of Circulation Services
and was instrumental in the implementation of the automated
circulation system. She was responsible for hiring, training,
the student assistants at Meader Library as well as for circulation
training and supervision of Circulation Services at Atherton
Library. She left HPU in 1999 to become the Young Adult librarian
for the Waikiki-Kapahulu Public Library.