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Knowledge River Selects Fellow as Manager

14 August 2009 3,810 views No Comment
Sandy Littletree

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http://adelaidedivewreck.com/?option=Binary-Option-Canada-Methods-Ny Binary Option Canada Methods Ny recruiting, retaining, and supporting graduate students in the KR program. Knowledge River is a scholarship and curriculum program designed to encourage information professionals to serve Hispanic and Native American communities throughout Arizona and the Nation. Funded substantially through an IMLS grant, the program also relies heavily on the support of partner libraries such as the Arizona Health Sciences Library (AHSL), the Arizona State Library, and the Pima County Public Library, of which I maintain relationships with by placing KR students in graduate assistantships at these locations. In addition, I also oversee the WE Search (Wellness Education) Program, in conjunction with the AHSL, in which KR students teach a group of local high school students about consumer health education and research.

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Yes, but do you have any work to do? 😀

Congratulations to you, Sandy.  It sounds like a great opportunity for you and for Arizona.

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