Scheidler Student Employee of the Year

Natalie Scheidler, a senior history major from Holly, has been named Northern Michigan University’s Student Employee of the Year.

Scheidler has worked as a student assistant in the Central Upper Peninsula and NMU Archives for nearly four years. She has taken on more responsibility the past two as senior assistant. In that capacity, Scheidler oversees the general management of the archives, including training and supervising other student assistants. She has also worked on special projects such as developing an instructional workshop on historical research methods and the critical analysis of primary sources, and coordinating a series of workshops on genealogy and family history research and preservation.

"Ms. Scheidler possesses a keen and questioning intellect and is very comfortable and effective in expressing herself in public," Marcus Robyns (Archives) wrote in his nomination letter. "Her composition of archival finding aids, reports and procedures demonstrates well-developed writing skills and reveals an ability to think critically when piecing together information on records creators and collection content. She is simply indispensable to me and the archives. I hardly think of her as a student assistant; rather, she is the consummate professional and colleague. Her service to Northern, without question, merits the award."


Scheidler will be formally recognized along with other student employees at an April luncheon.


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