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Library welcomes new InterLibrary Loan/Document Delivery Assistant

My name is Heather Brist. Many may know my name or have seen my face working at Regent Library’s front circulation desk for two and a half years; however, I now serve as InterLibrary LoanDocument Delivery Assistant. I genuinely have a love for books and am very thankful to be surrounded by them daily.

In May 2011, I graduated from Regent’s Undergrad English program with a creative writing cognate. Currently, my favorite form of writing is poetry. I own my own blog called breatheinred.com, where I write poetry about the “Bride of Christ” concept. Over the summer I entered an amateur poetry contest with World Poetry Movement and won the editor’s choice award for a poem called “Theologian’s Dream”.

I look forward to learning more about the Library and to building new relationships here at Regent University.

Heather Brist receives Library award

Written by Dorothy Hargett, Access Services Supervisor

On July 11th, Heather Brist (School of Undergraduate Studies, 2011) was selected as the outstanding Library Assistant for 2011. The nominating criteria for this award are:

  • Meritorious performance, over and above the call of duty
  • Excellent service
  • Exceptional rapport with staff or patrons
  • Completion of a special project or projects
  • CreativityInnovation
  • Outstanding dependability or carefulness
  • Student must have worked in the Library for at least 3 months
    • Heather is an exceptional young woman and student worker who clearly exemplifies the criteria for the award. She has outstanding organizational and customer service skills and is a natural leader. She enthusiastically performs her duties and consistently goes beyond the call of duty. Heather also loves books and libraries and has a passion for learning. She is a pleasure to work with, and her service to the library staff and patrons is greatly appreciated.

      Congratulations, Heather!