Category Archives: Faculty News

Sign Up For The 8th Annual “Bridging the Spectrum” Symposium on Scholarship and Practice!

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

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CUA LIS Clinical Professor David Shumaker Featured in Emerald Group Publishing

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.”

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Adjunct Professor Wins AIIP Award

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

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Online Pedagogy Workshop Series

LIS Department is planning to hold online pedagogy workshops to introduce and discuss instructional technologies and strategies for online teaching. The virtual sessions will be synchronously run via Adobe Connect Pro.

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CUA Library & Information Science Alumni Reception

Dr. Ingrid Hsieh-Yee and Dr. John Convey cordially invite you to join them at the Library of Congress for an evening of light conversations and joyful times.

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CUA LIS Practicum Diaries: Christen Brown, Smithsonian Libraries’ Biodiversity Heritage Library

In this CUA LIS Practicum Diaries post, current student Christen Brown discusses her experience conducting research for the Smithsonian Libraries’ Biodiversity Heritage Library: When I conduct research for a project or a paper, I often look online to find the necessary … Continue reading

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CUA Student and Alumna Will Present OCLC Webinar – Oct. 21

Due to their well-received presentation at the ALA Annual 2015 in June, CUA LIS Alumna Christian Minter, and CUA LIS Student Anita Kinney were invited by the OCLC to reprise their work on “Public Health and Public Libraries: Librarians as Health … Continue reading

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CUA LIS Practicum Diaries: Sarah-Jane Ziaya, Fairfax County Library

In this CUA LIS Practicum Diaries post,  current student Sarah-Jane Ziaya examines “The Role of Outreach in Sustaining Public Libraries” while working in the Fairfax County Library system.

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Brookland Edit-a-thon! September 16

Join CUA Archives, Library, and AGLISS in an effort to improve Brookland Wikipedia content on Wednesday, September 16. Details below!

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Catholic Archives in the Digital Age: A Conference for Archivists and Teachers

Greetings! All are invited to attend Catholic Archives in the Digital Age: A Conference for Archivists and Teachers. When: October 8-9, 2015; 9:00a.m.-4:00p.m. Where: The Catholic University of America. Caldwell Auditorium, Caldwell Hall.

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