Cody Pipkins

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Cody is a Management Information Systems major, with a minor in Computer Science.  Wow, does he bite off big chunks to chew!!  Dedicated to doing exceptional work, Cody puts in long hours for his studies.  Friendly, hard-working, and dependable, Cody comes in and plugs away at an endless stream of collections:  photographs, Civil War letters, railroad timetables, and sheet music.  When he returns in the spring, we look forward to teaching him how to use the BookDrive and the overhead scanners, as he's clearly already mastered the flatbeds.  We hope to have Cody with us for a very long time.
 
Cody is a Management Information Systems major, with a minor in Computer Science.  Wow, does he bite off big chunks to chew!!  Dedicated to doing exceptional work, Cody puts in long hours for his studies.  Friendly, hard-working, and dependable, Cody comes in and plugs away at an endless stream of collections:  photographs, Civil War letters, railroad timetables, and sheet music.  When he returns in the spring, we look forward to teaching him how to use the BookDrive and the overhead scanners, as he's clearly already mastered the flatbeds.  We hope to have Cody with us for a very long time.

Latest revision as of 10:55, 3 January 2013

This page describes a former student worker. We're thankful for his contributions to the Digital Program.

Cody is a Management Information Systems major, with a minor in Computer Science. Wow, does he bite off big chunks to chew!! Dedicated to doing exceptional work, Cody puts in long hours for his studies. Friendly, hard-working, and dependable, Cody comes in and plugs away at an endless stream of collections: photographs, Civil War letters, railroad timetables, and sheet music. When he returns in the spring, we look forward to teaching him how to use the BookDrive and the overhead scanners, as he's clearly already mastered the flatbeds. We hope to have Cody with us for a very long time.

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