Rhonda Rinehart to speak to Kent archival studentsThe Kent State University Library School's chapter of the Society of American Archivists and Society of Ohio Archivists has issued this announcement:
Please join us on Monday, October 9 for an SAA/SOA meeting and presentation by guest speaker Rhonda Rinehart.
Rhonda joined the Archives of the History of American Psychology (AHAP) staff in June 2005 as a Senior Archives Associate. She is responsible for managing the personal manuscript collections at AHAP, which includes processing and maintaining collections, preservation of materials, and supervising student assistants in the processing of collections.
Prior to joining the AHAP staff, Rhonda completed her MLIS degree at Kent State University where she worked for two years in the Kent State University Special Collections and Archives from 2003 to 2005. To complete her degree, Rhonda worked at AHAP processing and organizing several collections as a practicum experience. Soon after, she began working at AHAP in her current position. Rhonda has worked on several projects at the Archives during the past year, including rewriting and updating the Archives procedures manual and writing two successful grants to host a conference entitled "Abraham Maslow and the Blackfoot Experience: the influence of Blackfoot art and culture on the work of Abraham Maslow."
The meeting will begin at 4:00 PM in Room 318 [of the KSU Library]. See you there!
For more information, contact Emily Haddaway, at ehaddawa@KENT.EDU