HASRG welcomes Erin Thajudeen
I’m so pleased to share the great news that Erin Thajudeen has joined the Humanities and Area Studies Resource Group as a curatorial assistant. She’ll be working with several of the curators to enhance accessibility to the materials in our areas. Erin will provide much-needed support to evaluate and process collections, and will help us offer valuable outreach services like open houses, instruction, and exhibits. You may also see Erin in the Special Collections reading room helping to staff the desk. Erin comes to HASRG from Green Library’s Access Services Division, where her experience assisting patrons as a service desk lead and extensive knowledge of Stanford Libraries policies and procedures will come in handy in her new role. Erin’s desk will be in the McDermott Suite on the 3rd floor of Green Library.
Erin has a degree from UC Santa Cruz (go Slugs!!) in History of Art and Visual Culture, and an MLIS from San José State University, where she is currently working on a MA degree in Art History. The HASRG group of curators is thrilled to welcome Erin!