Alumni News: December 2011

Megan Gorski Albritton (MSLS 2008) was recently elected to the executive board of the Louisiana Archives and Manuscripts Association.

Amy Bonaccorso (MSLS 2006), author of “How to Get to ‘I Do’ – A Dating Guide for Catholic Women” (Servant Books, September 2010), has won a 2011 Catholic Press Association Award in the First-Time Author Category.

Erin Haggerty (MSLS 2004) writes about the dependency on workplace recommendations in “Recommendation Intoxication: How We Became Beguiled by an Unreliable Workplace Habit and What We Can Do About It” (CreateSpace, September 2011).

Julie Arrighetti (MSLS 2000) has accepted a position as Chief, Research and Information Services, at the National Defense University Library.

Michael F. Duggan (MSLS 1996) of Potomac, MD, an assistant in the Department of Collections Management at the U.S. Supreme Court Library and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, has been selected as the 2011-2012 Supreme Court Fellow assigned to the U.S. Supreme Court. His duties include researching and providing background information for speeches and reports, briefing visiting dignitaries, preparing analytical reports, and overseeing the Judicial Internship Program. His fellowship began this fall in the Office of the Counselor to the Chief Justice.

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