Dr. David Zonderman, history professor and associate department head, will receive the NCSU Libraries Faculty Award on Monday, Nov. 8, at a reception in the McKimmon Center.
He served on the university library committee for 12 years and was instrumental in planning for the D. H. Hill Learning Commons and the Scholarly Communications Center in the NCSU Libraries. One colleague credits Zonderman with “combining bull-dog tenacity, cogent intelligence and good humor to be a powerful advocate for the NCSU Libraries.”
A faculty member since 1993, Zonderman is author of two books on U.S. labor history, with a third under contract. He is known for his community outreach as a frequent speaker at museums and presenter for high school students and adults. He holds a Ph.D. From Yale University.
To make a reservation for the Friends of the Library reception Nov. 8, call 515-2841.