Staff Profile: Fran Leskovar

Fran LFran Leskovar is the Evening Supervisor for Public Services. Prior to assuming current role Fran worked as a Student Assistant and later as a Senior Library Assistant at the Collins Memorial Library. He also spent some time working as a Legal Research Assistant at the Seattle based firm JND Legal Administration, specializing in legal administration and class action settlements. In addition, Fran has an extensive background in academic research; many of his works have been presented at renowned national conferences, including at REECAS Conference at University of Washington and Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Symposium at John Hopkins University, and have been published in academic journals. Most of Fran’s interest has been in area of early American history, First Amendment, and the nineteenth and twentieth century European and American history. In his free time, Fran is an ardent swimmer and enjoys going on long walks. He also volunteers as an advisor to his fraternity Beta Theta Pi and its University of Puget Sound chapter.        

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts degree (United States Politics and Government; History), University of Puget Sound

Professional Development Activities:

  • Presenter:

    • REECAS Northwest Conference (ASEES Affiliate), The Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, 2021

    • The Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium, John Hopkins University, 2021

    • Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Washington, 2020

    • University of Puget Sound AHSS Symposium, 2020

    • The Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium, John Hopkins University, 2020

    • University of Puget Sound AHSS Symposium, 2019

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