Meet Adison Jaeger, MSUM’s new course materials manager, in the MSUM Bookstore. He manages everything regarding textbooks and works with faculty to order requested course materials for their classes.
Q: What drew you to MSUM?
A: My wife, Angela Beaton, works here in the library. She really enjoys working here so I thought I’d look for a position I'd fit well with.
Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’re working on right now?
A: Learning the process. I just ordered textbooks for the summer and it's interesting to see how everything fits together.
Q: What’s your go-to productivity trick?
A: I enjoy heavy metal music. When I turn it on, I’m in the zone.
Q: How do you prefer to start your workday?
A: I’m not a morning person, so I need caffeine. I also start with more customer service-related work at the beginning of the day.
Q: What’s your favorite social media platform?
A: Facebook. I’m not on any other social media platforms.
Q: What would we most likely find you doing on the weekend?
A: Doing something outside. I just took a camping trip last weekend. I also love to fish. I got a dog last year and now he’s old enough to join me on my outdoor adventures.
Q: If you were an ice cream flavor, what would you be and why?
A: I’m like a build your own ice cream of every flavor. I have tattoos and like heavy metal music, but I'm also a nerd that likes to play games.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily, Adison!
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