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On October 21, 2016, Adjunct Professor Sally Stokes presented “Fashionable Fractals: Finding the Message in Midcentury Fashion Advertising Art” at the Fashion: Now & Then Conference in New York City. Professor Stokes teaches LSC 677, History and Theory of Cultural Heritage Institutions, … Continue reading
The Department of Library and Information Science takes great pleasure in announcing that the Board of Trustees of the University voted this summer to grant appointment with continuous tenure, and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor, to Dr. Sung … Continue reading
LIS Faculty member Dr. Renate Chancellor is featured in a “Cultivating Catholic Minds” profile: “A Catholic Mind for Library and Information Science: Helping to Bring the Power of Knowledge to Underserved Communities.” Read story and accompanying video.
President Garvey has appointed Associate Professor Youngok Choi as chair of the Department of Library and Information Science (DLIS), a one-year appointment which will commence on August 20th. She will succeed the interim co-chairs, Dr. Ingrid Hsieh-Yee and Dr. John … Continue reading
Nominations are currently being accepted for the Raymond Von Dran Memorial Award. The Raymond Von Dran Memorial Award is an award open to Catholic University School of Library and Information Science/Department of Library and Information Science (SLIS/LIS) alumni, instituted in … Continue reading
Guest author Sally Stokes looks at the home movies artist Hildreth Meière made of murals at the 1939–1940 New York World’s Fair!
Professor Sally Stokes of the Cultural Heritage Information Management course of study, shares her experience viewing exquisite “home movies artist Hildreth Meière made of murals at the 1939–1940 New York World’s Fair.” Head over to the Archives of American Art Blog to … Continue reading
Don’t miss out on exciting events and information from LIS! Spring events, fall activities, AGLISS information, student perspectives and much more are included in the Spring LISten Newsletter! Don’t hesitate to pick up a copy from the department (CSL 315) … Continue reading
As we enter the new year, it’s time to plan your professional development for 2016. A great way to start is by signing up for the 8th Annual “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium on Scholarship and Practice. The symposium will be … Continue reading
CUA LIS Clinical Professor David Shumaker was recently interviewed by Emerald Group Publishing about our program’s “activities and successes . . . emphasizing the role of personal information management systems.”
Congratulations to Bruce Rosenstein, CUA LIS Adjunct Professor! The Association of Independent Information Professionals has announced that he is the winner of the 2016 Roger Summit Award. He will deliver the annual Roger Summit Lecture at the AIIP annual conference, to be held … Continue reading