Dr. John Archer Library Award 2017 - Tea Gerbeza

The recipient of the Dr. John Archer Library Award for 2017 is Tea Gerbeza. Ms. Gerbeza is in her 5th year of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Program and is majoring in English. Tea won $1,000 for writing the best reflective essay about how she used the University Library’s resources and services to complete an assignment. The graded assignment (Gerbeza's Wand Shop: Maker of Fine Wands since 2016 CE) was for Susan Johnston's English 304 Winter 2016 Semester course about J.K. Rowling.

A private ceremony took place in the University Library on April 13.   In attendance were Mr. Brett Waytuck (University Librarian),  Dr. Susan Johnston (ENGL 304 instructor), Dr. Troni Grande (Head, Dept. of English) and Ms. Tea Gerbeza. Photos of the ceremony, copy of Tea’s reflective essay and her graded ENGL 304 assignment are available in the University of Regina’s institutional repository (oURspace).

The Award will be available to undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time in any discipline at the University of Regina and its federated colleges in 2017-18. Details about the award are on the library's website. The award's online application form will be available through the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office early in the Winter 2018 semester. For more information, please contact Michael Shires or call 585.5418.