Karen Miller wins Kornhauser Health Sciences Library trivia contest
Karen Miller knows the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library.
Miller, assistant professor, School of Medicine Office of Graduate Medical Education and an adjunct to the College of Education, has won a gift bag from Kornhauser for participating in last week’s trivia contest honoring the library’s 175th anniversary. In all 62 people participated in the contest, providing a total of 134 correct answers.
Here are the questions and answers:
Q: Who is Kornhauser Health Sciences Library named for, and when did the name Kornhauser first appear in its name?
A: Sidney I. Kornhauser, chairman of the Department of Anatomy and a longtime chair of the Library Committee. Kornhauser appeared first in its name when it was named “Kornhauser Medical Library” in 1960.
Q: An average of how many people entered Kornhauser Library per day in 2011?
Q: What is the longest overdue period for a book checked out from Kornhauser Library?
A: 91 years (1876 and returned in 1967).
Q: Kornhauser librarians conducted an average of how many searches per month in 2011?
Q: True or False: Kornhauser provides health care information to health care professionals not affiliated with UofL?
More facts about Kornhauser Health Sciences Library are at LibGuides.