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Masters in Their Fields: Congratulations to Our Graduates

By Jillian Sandy

The Roesch Library Knowledge Hub staff would like to congratulate two team members earning their Master’s degrees:  Tanu and Amogh.  They will be graduating this May and we will miss seeing them here and working with them.  In honor of their accomplishments, we asked them to share their future plans and what they liked best about working at Roesch Library.

Tanu Pushpa, Master’s in Computer Science

“I'm hoping to pursue jobs in Data Science. Working as a library student employee was so much fun and I gained knowledge of different databases I came across.  My time as a library student employee couldn't have been any better. I'm thankful for all the inspiring people I've met that let me set higher goals in my life. The positive energy the librarians induce when you get involved in a conversation with them is my favourite thing. The effort Jillian and Heidi put in to teach us better service and usage of all the resources has surely helped me over time.”

Amogh Vishwanath, Master's in Chemical Engineering

“I am currently looking for a full-time opportunity here in the US. That would be my primary goal after graduation. Also, I am planning on doing an MBA once I end up with a job. It’s been a great year for me working at the Knowledge Hub. I got to meet a lot of people and also improve my customer service skills. It helped me communicate well with students and staff. I'm grateful for the people I've met, the knowledge I've acquired, and the unforgettable experience to look back on.”

Congratulations and best of luck to our graduates!

- Jillian Sandy, Research Services Assistant

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