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Staff

The University Archives is staffed by three professional archivists committed to the profession and dedicated to patron service.  Kris and Megan are Certified Archivists (CA) and Kaelyn is working towards her certification.  In addition, both Megan and Kaelyn are working towards their Digital Archives Specialists (DAS) Certification.

The most efficient way to request information from the Archives is to use the Ask An Archivist form or e-mail us directly at UnivArchives@txstate.edu.  All three archivists monitor this e-mail account during regular business hours.

Photo of Kris Toma, University Archvist & Records Manager

Kristine L. Toma, CA
University Archivist &
Records Manager

Kris oversees the University Archives and maintains the University's retention schedule.  Areas of responsibility include:

  • planning, assessment, and communication
  • assisting patrons with information needs
  • maintaining the records retention schedule
  • training employees about records retention
Photo of Megan North, Assistant Archivist

Megan North, CA
Archivist

 

Megan ensures the accessibility of archival materials and manages the digital workflow.  Areas of responsibility include:

  • organizing and processing materials
  • making digital content accessible
  • assisting patrons with information needs
  • planning for long-term preservation of digital content
Photo of Kaelyn Morice, Assistant Archivist

Kaelyn D. Morice
Archivist

 

Kaelyn joined the Archives in July 2017.  She is learning the collection while updating and standardizing archival processing procedures.  Her experience with providing archival reference has prepared her for the challenges of making materials accessible to all patrons.

Graduate Assistants

Students with an interest in archives gain real-world experience working in an archives as they assist the unit with a wide variety of projects.  Graduate students in the Public History Program who have taken the Archives and Manuscripts course generally have the basic knowledge needed to work in the Archives.

Potential graduate students must meet the Graduate College Employment requirements before a hire can be considered.

We are currently hiring for the Spring 2018 semester. Interested graduate students should read the job description below, and email resumes to univarchives@txstate.edu.