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Congratulations to recent alumna Tricia Bailey who co-authored along with Dr. Ingrid Hsieh-Yee “Combating the Sharing of False Information: History, Framework, and Literacy Strategies,” published last month in the Internet Reference Services Quarterly. You can read the piece online.
Dr. Renate Chancellor Appears in NBC-4’s coverage of Pope’s appointment of Archbishop Wilton Gregory to be first Black Cardinal in U.S.
On October 25, 2020, LIS Chair Dr. Renate Chancellor and Father Mark Morozowich, dean of the School of Theology & Religious Studies, appeared in NBC-4’s coverage of Pope’s appointment of Archbishop Wilton Gregory to be first Black Cardinal in U.S. … Continue reading
President Garvey has appointed Associate Professor Renate Chancellor as chair of the Department of Library and Information Science (DLIS), a three-year appointment which will commence on August 20th. She will succeed the chair, Dr. Young Choi who will resume her … Continue reading
On Thursday, July 30, Dr. Renate Chancellor and LIS Student Paige DeLoach will be on the ALISE Webinar panel “Racism in America: Policing, Protests and LIS.” Register here.
Dr. Renate Chancellor gave an author talk today at Founders Library at Howard University on her new book E. J. Josey: Transformational Leader of the Modern Library Profession. Audience members peppered her with questions and the event concluded with a book signing.
Nick Brown named Chief Operating Officer for Communications and Outreach for Prince George’s County Memorial Library System
Congratulations go out to Nicholas Brown who was just officially named the Chief Operating Officer for Communications and Outreach for the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, a position which he will start in January. Nick was selected as a … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dr. Renate Chancellor for her forthcoming (February 2020) book on E.J. Josey! The book is part of the ALISE Series published by Rowman & Littlefield. From the publisher: Within the broader social and political landscape of civil rights, … Continue reading
On Thursday, November 15, LIS Associate Professor Renate Chancellor will sit on the “Public Knowledge: Re-Imagining the Public Library” panel sponsored by Gensler. This free event will be held downtown on K Street. Register now to attend and hear experts … Continue reading
Nancy Noyes Silcox, the CatholicU LIS SLM Practicum Coordinator, will speak at the Virginia Council for Social Studies conference November 2nd and the Virginia Association of School Librarians’ conference November 29th on the topic of “Recommended Reading by Virginia Librarians … Continue reading
On June 13, CUA LIS Professor Dave Shumaker received the DCLA Distinguished Service Award at DCLA’s Annual Reception and Award Ceremony. Congratulations, Dave! And LIS Student Demetrius Curington received a Ruth Fine scholarship during the Award Ceremony. Congratulations, Demetrius! This … Continue reading