Recognition for Outreach and Public Services Librarian, Robin M. Katz

The James Harvey Robinson Prize is awarded to the creators of a teaching aid that has made the most outstanding contribution to the teaching and learning of history for public or educational purposes.

The James Harvey Robinson Prize was awarded to UC Riverside’s Outreach and Public Services Librarian, Robin M. Katz, along with Julie Golia, her project partner at Brooklyn Historical Society. ucr library

UC Riverside’s Outreach and Public Services Librarian, Robin M. Katz, along with Julie Golia, her project partner at Brooklyn Historical Society, were recognized for the excellence of their work on The award ceremony was held in Colorado at the Sheraton Downtown Denver on Jan. 4, during the AHA Annual Convention.

The women received a three-year grant for the US Department of Education through the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE).  They used the grant to support a program called Students and Faculty in the Archives (SAFA).

Katz said she hopes to expand on her work with TeachArchives through the instruction project that she is helping to build by bringing this new method of primary source instruction to Special Collections & University Archives.

Read the full story here.

Tae Kim Appointed Chief Medical Officer for UCR Health

Tae Kim, M.D., has been appointed chief medical officer for UCR Health, which offers patient-centered primary care and specialty services to the community.

Tae Kim

Kim will be responsible for clinical physician recruitment, service line development, clinical practice operations, clinical site development, and implementation of several clinical initiatives.

A board certified family medicine physician, he has served as medical director for UCR Health Family Medicine Center in Palm Springs.

He joined the UCR School of Medicine in 2013.

UCR’s Communications’ Team Wins Two CASE Awards

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VII has recognized UC Riverside’s Strategic Communications team with two gold awards in its Awards of Excellence competition.

UCR Magazine’s Fall 2016 issue, “The Search for the Arctic Bumblebee,” received a gold award in the Digital Magazines category. (Read it here: UCR also received the top prize in the Visual Identity Systems category for “Living the Promise: The Campaign for UC Riverside Branding & Identity.” Learn more about the campaign.

Both entries were deemed the best among more than 600 entries, a record number, according to Awards Chair for CASE District VII and UC Davis Senior Director of External Engagement, Jane Eadie.

The award will be presented at the Awards of Excellence ceremony on March 10 at the District VII conference in San Diego.

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