Two Electronic Library Staff Members Receive Top Awards
March 22, 2005
Tim Logan, left, and Anthony Lapes, both staff members in the Electronic Library at Baylor, received two of eight outstanding staff awards for 2004. (Photo by Mary Goolsby), technology project manager in the Electronic Library, received Outstanding Staff Awards at Baylor's annual service award ceremony this spring. Eight Baylor staff members were selected for 2004.
The awards are based on exceptional service, dependability, accomplishments, and professional qualities. The recipients are nominated by their peers and recommended by a selection committee.
Logan, who was named director of the Electronic Library by Dean of Libraries Reagan Ramsower in 2002, came to Baylor in 1981 as technical director/lighting designer in the theatre department and moved into the field of computing and technology in 1986. He served as director of the Academic Technology Center from 2000 to 2002.
He holds a B.A. in history from Stanford University and M.F.A. in theatrical design from the University of Texas at Austin. He completed course work in computer science at Baylor from 1983-1989. As director of the Electronic Library, he coordinates campus-wide academic technology services, as well as supporting the online library system (BearCat) and access to electronic academic resources. Logan was the only Baylor staff member receiving the award in the executive/administrative/management category.
Lapes, who also serves as group leader for Classroom Technology Services in the Electronic Library Client Services, has been on the Baylor staff since November of 1990. He holds a B.S. degree in mathematics and computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and M.S. in educational psychology from Baylor University.
He and his group provide management and support for over 170 technology classroom systems across campus as well as offering video conferencing services. He received the outstanding staff award in the professional category.
Members of the Baylor Libraries' staff who received service pins at the ceremony included:
Brenda Anderson (Circulation Services - Reserve) - 5 years
Mark Browning (Acquisitions) - 10 years
Martha Edwards (Circulation Services) - 15 years
Lori Evers (Administration) - 20 years
Bill Hair (Administration) - 10 years
Ami Hartsock (Preservation) - 5 years
Martha Hawkins (Circulation Services) - 5 years
Ann Henager (Circulation Services - Reserve) - 5 years