Khyle Hannan has been named the 2011 recipient of the Carolyn L. Robison Library Award. Khyle is the Library’s Facilities Coordinator, and his 10 years of service at the University Library, as a student assistant and employee, have represented the educational values and high professional standards of Dr. Robison during her years of service at the University Library.
Khyle is pursuing a Master of Library and Information Science at Valdosta State University, and his long term career goal is to be a web services librarian. Carmen Newton’s recommendation included many complimentary remarks about Khyle’s vision, initiative, dedication, dependability, and meticulous and systematic approaches to solving problems.
The Robison Library Award was established in honor of Dr. Carolyn L. Robison upon her retirement after a 31 year career at Georgia State University Library. The fund also strives to promote Dr. Robison’s long term interest in encouraging the development of library staff members. This award provides financial assistance to a staff member of the University Library or the College of Law Library who is pursuing further education for a career in libraries. Khyle is just one of the many people in the Library who greatly appreciate Dr. Robison’s ongoing generosity and leadership.