LC Student Employee: Julian Smissen

Learning Commons Student of the Month

The Monroe Library Learning Commons Student Employee of the Month for October is Julian Smissen!  Julian is a junior from Germany who is currently studying History, Psychology, and Middle East Peace Studies.  Julian decided to come to Loyola because of its comprehensive study abroad program offerings, and he will be studying abroad in Turkey next semester.  After graduation, Julian plans on entering a master’s degree program in Intelligence and hopes to pursue a career as an Intelligence Analyst.

Julian previously worked at the Monroe Library during his freshman year at Loyola, and we’re glad to have him back!  According to Hilary Gunnels, the Monroe Library’s Learning Commons Day Manager, “Julian is consistently polite, friendly, appropriate, and helpful to all users and to us. He is always asking, learning, and curious. When Evonne and I are at the desk together on Mondays 11-1, it’s really busy, and one of us often gets pulled away to meet with a student or help elsewhere. We feel completely comfortable with Julian at the front computer. He’s a great kid and we really enjoy working with him!”

Congratulations, Julian, and thank you for all of your hard work!

One Response to “LC Student Employee: Julian Smissen”

  1. Jürgen Towae Says:

    Julian ist ein super Typ, mit der richtigen lebenseinstellung und ein Gewinn für alle. Ich wünsche ihm alles Glück für seine Zukunft.

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