The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

School of Education - Library and Information Studies

Graduate Assistants

Megan Bennett

Hometown: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Path of Study: Archives, Research, and Academia

Undergraduate Degree: BA in French with a double major in Global Studies from Appalachian State University, 2012

Interests: Reading, writing, Doctor Who, Star Trek, Sherlock, watch TV/movies, and listening to music. Former Peace Corps Volunteer, Ukraine.


Breanne Crumpton

Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina

Path of Study: Museums, Special Collections, and Archives

Undergraduate Degree: BS in Business Administration with double major in Art History

Interests: Painting, Museums, Art (Impressionism), Music (soundtrack compositions)


Will Jones

Hometown: Seagrove, North Carolina

Path of Study: Special Collections and Archives

Undergraduate Degree: The North Carolina School Of The Arts, School Of Filmmaking, 2011

Interests: Reading Literature, Writing, Politics, History, Psychology, Anthropology, Listening to Music and Collecting it, Watching and Collecting Films.

Yuen Kwang Kim

Hometown: Seoul, Korea

Path of Study:  Multicultural Library and Information Services, Digital
Library, Library for Children and Youth with Disabilities

BA in Chinese Literature, Korea University, Seoul, Korea 2001
MA in Political Science, Academy of Korean Studies, 2003

Interests: Traveling Abroad, Visiting Museums of Fine Arts, Studies of Central Asia (‘-stan’ countries), Kitten and Puppy.

Corrine Luthy

Hometown: Scotland Neck, North Carolina

Path of Study:  Academic Libraries and Archives

Undergraduate Degree: BA in English, East Carolina University

Interests: Writing, Storytelling, Traveling, Reading, Trying New Foods, Hiking, History, and North Carolina.


Emily Porter-Fyke

Hometown: Sharon, Massachusetts

Path of Study: Academic, Special Collections, and Archives

Undergraduate Degree: BA in Classics

Interests: Alphabetizing Things, Drawing, Eating, Going Places, Quiet Time, Reading, Sleeping, Speaking in Unusual Accents, Writing, Young Adult Fiction…and Zebras.


Akira Sakai

Hometown: Yokohama, Japan

Path of Study: Archives, Museums, Special Collections and Disaster Management

Undergraduate Degree: BA in Middle Eastern Studies, concentration in Persian Culture and Language, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2011

Interests: Drawing, Nordic Cultures and History, Museums, Classics and World Music.

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