Skip to main content

Click "Menu" to toggle open, click "Menu" again to close

UA Libraries Celebrates Graduating Public Health Student Employees

Jahyung Sun

Jahyung Sun

Aimee Harvey

Aimee Harvey

Excerpts from the article: Celebrating our graduating student employees 

While students at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Jahyung Sun and Aimee Harvey both worked at UA Libraries, which employs more than 100 undergraduate and graduate students. They share their post-graduation plans and what they most enjoyed about their library jobs.

Juhyung will receive a dual degree Master of Public Health in Health Services Administration and Master of Business Administration. He will be joining The Chartis Group, a healthcare consulting and analytics firm this summer. He will serve as a Senior Advisor in their Informatics & Technology Practice Area, which focuses on helping healthcare clients think through their technology and enterprise strategy.

Juhyung was a graduate assistant on the UA Libraries’ User Experience team in Administration. He admitted that it’s hard to pick what he liked the most about working at the Libraries. 

"I enjoyed helping advance its mission of lifelong learning, especially given my years on campus. I loved diving into the field of user experience and thinking through its tools, applications, and burning philosophical questions,” said Juhyung. “And of course, I have truly appreciated working with faculty, staff, and fellow student workers, who have never made me feel anything less than welcome. Thank you all for a great year!" 

Aimee Harvey will receive a Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a minor in Spanish. This August, she is starting law school at Arizona State University.

At the Libraries, she was a part of the Delivery, Description & Acquisitions department, where she worked in interlibrary loans and technical services. 

"I love the people. Everyone is so kind and warm, and all the full-time staff takes a genuine interest in what the student workers are up to outside of work. I was always so happy to go in every day,” said Aimee. “Also, I loved the pot lucks! Edna makes the best salsa and as a college student, I appreciate all the free food I can get!"


The University of Arizona red triangle graphic