Marge Thompson is a Digital Imaging Specialist and manages the photo lab at Digital Photographic Services. She has a very extensive background in numerous phases of the photographic industry. Marge is also a Fine Arts Photographer, whose work is held by the Museum of the North, (University of Alaska Museum - Fairbanks) the Center for Photographic Art, (Carmel, CA) the Rasmuson Foundation, (Anchorage) and numerous private collections worldwide. She is also a past recipient of an Individual Project Award grant from the Rasmuson Foundation.
In addition to our one permanent staff member, we also employ student employees. Due to the desirable nature of working in a highly technical lab like ours, job applications are quite competitive and we are able to choose from the best when hiring our student employees. Our students come from a variety of scholastic backgrounds, including biology, journalism, engineering, and art. We are proud of the high caliber of our student employees, and are equally proud of the advanced job skills they acquire, which enable them to go directly into related careers, if they choose.
If you're a student who is interested in working for us, feel free to drop by and talk with us @ Room 334 in the Rasmuson Library. Because our students eventually graduate and move on, we do end up hiring, on average, at least once a year. We may be able to tell you if we expect to be hiring soon, and what some of the job qualifications and expectations are.
The new medium format DTR cam is being installed in the Photo Lab.
UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/titleIXcompliance/nondiscrimination.