We Would Like You to Meet: The Bradley Center Team
Behind the scenes at the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, you will find a driven and dedicated team working on a myriad of projects. The Center’s formal mission is to collect, preserve, and disseminate the visual history of the region with an emphasis on ethnic minority communities and photographers. The Bradley Center, featured in the Oviatt Spotlight article also promotes research, serves as a center for the exchange of ideas about our visual history, and contributes to the region’s educational efforts through our exhibitions, programs, and digital archives.
As you can imagine, it takes extensive coordination to accomplish these goals. Let’s meet the people who make it happen!
We Would Like you to Meet: Scholarship Recipients and Donors
For the past six years, the Oviatt Library is proud to have awarded some of its hard-working student employees with generous scholarships, funded by Library donors and employees. Just this past year, twenty-six scholarships were awarded at the 3rd Annual Scholarship Awards Reception in March.
We Would Like You to Meet: Ellen Jarosz
Meet Ellen Jarosz, Head of Special Collections & Archives. Ellen manages the Oviatt Library's rare and archival collections, as well as a number of services including reference and research assistance for students, faculty and community members who want to use Special Collections materials.
We Would Like You to Meet: Marilee Wheaton
An insightful conversation with CSUN alumna and Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) board member, Marilee Wheaton, about her career, her family, Barbie fashion, and what it was like to receive the Oviatt Library’s 2016 Volunteer Service Award.
We Would Like you to Meet: Darryl Hood
Three, two, one, action! What was once a childhood dream has become an everyday reality for author, award winning broadcast journalist, and former Oviatt Library student assistant Darryl Hood.
Hood personifies the old story of hard work leading to success. Even before graduating from CSUN with a degree in journalism in 1996, he began his career as a reporter for the Orange County News channel.