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Pask, Judith M.



  • Existence: 1946

Biographical Information

Judith Marie Greenfield was born in 1946 in Marion, Indiana, to Robert Edman and Mary Frances Greenfield. She earned her bachelors from Allegheny College in 1968, and received her Master's degree from Columbia University in 1969.

Judith married Wayne Pask in 1969, and they had a daughter, Alida, together.

Pask has had a long career in libraries and information science. Before joining the faculty at Purdue, she had appointments in the libraries at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois. At Purdue, she worked for many years in the Krannert and the Undergraduate Libraries. In addition to her work in the libraries, Pask has authored several publications on information literacy in the digital age and has demonstrated a great commitment to helping students learn how to discern credible information. After her retirement, Pask was honored with a Professor Emerita title.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Judith Pask papers, addition 01

 Unprocessed — Box: Communal Accessions 1
Identifier: 20111017.1
Dates: circa 1983 - 2001

Judith Pask papers, addition 02

 Unprocessed — Box: Communal Accessions 21
Identifier: 20170925

Judith Pask papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSF 514
Scope and Contents Envelope: audio cassette, buttons, slides from the libraries Box with letter from Bruce A. Hufford, Director, Annual Giving, which contained a slice of the former Michael Golden Labs ("One Brick Higher").
Dates: 1981-2000

Purdue tie clip

 Unprocessed — Box: Communal Accessions 37
Identifier: 2022-089

Purdue University Libraries records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 30
Abstract Annual reports, brochures, ephemera, minutes, newsletters, pamphlets, photographs, publications, records, reports, surveys, training manuals, and miscellaneous materials documenting the history, administration and activities of the Purdue University Libraries.
Dates: circa 1800s - 2000s; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2004