Lois Black, Curator of Special Collections, was reappointed to the Association of College and Research Librarians (ACRL) /Rare Books and Manuscripts (RBMS) Task Force to Review the ACRL Code of Ethics for Special Collections Librarians. She was also appointed to a term on the RBMS Membership and Professional Development Committee.
Ilhan Citak, Librarian, Archives & Special Collections, published an article in the Mid-Atlantic Archivist, titled "What Is It? Discovering the Weird and Wonderful in the MARAC Region," Fall 2017, Volume 46, No.4. Citak was also appointed as the the MARAC (Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference) Communications Committee co-chair until Spring 2020. In February, 2018, he presented the popular "Lehigh History 101 Trivia" session for ERAC's Knowledge at Noon.
Adam Derrick, Computing Consultant, received the CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 certification in November 2014 and the Apple Certified iOS Technician 2017 certification in November 2017. He also completed the JAMF 100 Training Course in April 2018.
Colin Foley, Interim Chief Information Security Officer and Manager of Identity & Access Management passed the exam for ISC2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification in April, 2018. CISSP certification is one of the most globally recognized standards of achievement in the cybersecurity industry.
Dan Huang, Acquisitions Librarian, Michelle Suranofsky, Senior Analyst, and Sharon Wiles-Young, Director of Library Access Services presented the session "We Didn't Fear the Reader: Embracing New Service Models with Staff and Patron Input" at the Electronic Resources & Libraries conference in Austin, Texas on March 5, 2018. Their presentation focused on patron and staff centered empowerment and services and workflow design.
Andy Januszak, Senior Computing Consultant, received the ITIL Foundation Certification for IT Service Management on April 10, 2018.
Jason Slipp, Senior Instructional Technologist, received Quality Matters (QM) certification in November, 2017. QM is a faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components.