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LIS Student Juán-Pabló González, a graduate library pre-professional (GLP) for University Archives, penned a blog posting about net neutrality. Read it now on the library website.
LIS Student Paul Sommerfeld has recently accepted a position at the Library of Congress in the Music Division, as a Reference Librarian. Congratulations, Paul!
Advanced Legal Research Class Explores the World of Prison Libraries By Babak Zarin “Would you all be interested in seeing a prison library?” It was with these words that Professor Renate Chancellor of CUA’s Library and Information Sciences offered her … Continue reading
The annual competition for the Howard and Mathilde Rovelstad Scholarship is now under way. ONE scholarship is available. Students who have completed at least 6 credits in the LIS Master’s in Library and Information Science program by the end of the spring … Continue reading
On Thursday, March 15, Dr. Chancellor’s Oral History class presented their semester-long project in collaboration with the Armed Forces Retirement Home in DC, to the Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region conference. For more, see the Friends of the Soldiers Home … Continue reading
LIS Student Juán-Pabló González has won a competive National Endowment for the Humanities grant to attend classes this coming summer at the Rare Books School in Charlottesville, Virginia. Juán-Pabló is currently a graduate library preprofessional (GLP) working in the university … Continue reading
LIS Student and Archives Graduate Library Paraprofessional (GLP) Juán-Pabló González has been named the recipient of the Jan Merrill-Oldham Professional Development Grant, to be awarded during the ALA Annual Conference this coming June in New Orleans. Congratulations, Juán-Pabló! Read the ALA … Continue reading
LIS Student and Archives GLP Juán-Pabló González delves into the Brutal Archive and the Brutalist architecture here on campus and further afield in his recent post in the Archivist’s Nook. Read the post here.
CUA LIS Student Juán-Pabló González serves as the Archives GLP and has written the latest post in the Archivist’s Nook titled ” The Archivist’s Nook: Embodiment – Becoming the Spectacle of the Opera.” Read the entire post online.
Emily Hewitt, an LIS student specializing in Cultural Heritage Information Management (CHIM), posted an article, CUA & Special Olympics Archiving Project, reflecting on about her experience as a graduate assistant in the project. I am very grateful that I have the … Continue reading