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Karen Lee Pavelka Edit Profile

educator , library and information scientist

Karen Lee Pavelka, American library and information scientist, educator. Achievements include invention of method to treat acetate negatives. Recipient Texas Excellence in Teaching award, University Texas-Austin, 2001, Bronze award, Innovative Instructional Technologies award program, 2003.

Background

Pavelka, Karen Lee was born on November 4, 1952 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of William Joseph and Marie Ruth Pavelka.

Education

Master of Science in Library. Services, Columbia University, 1988.

Career

Binder University Minnesota Bindery, St. Paul, 1983—1985, Campbell-Logan, Minneapolis. Conservator Harry Ransom Center University Texas, Austin, 1987—1996, lecturer Kilgarlin Center School Information, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of method to treat acetate negatives.

Membership

Education director American Institute Conservation, Washington, since 2005. Member of Institute Paper Conservation, American Institute Conservation (associate. Planning committee 1998-1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Needlework, golf, sewing.

Connections

Married James Red Paul Wassenich, November 5, 1988.

father:
William Joseph

mother:
Marie Ruth Pavelka

spouse:
James Red Paul Wassenich