Resident of the Month

Library Residencies are unique experiences for the individual and the institution. RIG collects these unique experiences in a Resident of the Month blog feature.  The feature interviews current residents about their work, interests, as well as advice for other residents and job seekers.

Here are some of our most recent resident of the month posts:

Resident of the Month: Sheila García

Sheila García was the Resident Librarian at the University of Michigan from September 2017 – September 2019. She is currently the Professional Programs Liaison at Grand Valley State University. Tell me a little bit about your background. Where did you attend college? What degrees do you have? What programs (undergraduate or graduate) prepared you for Read More

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Resident of the Month: Jasmine Clark

Jasmine Clark was the Resident Librarian at the Temple University Libraries from August 2017 – August 2019. She is currently the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Temple University. Tell me a little bit about your background. Where did you attend college? What degrees do you have? What programs (undergraduate or graduate) prepared you for your current Read More

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Resident of the Month: Preethi Gorecki

Preethi Gorecki was the Library Faculty Diversity Fellow (Business Liaison Librarian) from August 2018-July 2019 for the Grand Valley State University Libraries. She is currently the Student Engagement Librarian for the Florida State University Libraries. Tell me a little bit about your background. Where did you attend college? What degrees do you have? What programs Read More

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Would you like to be featured as a Resident of the Month? Email George Martinez to set up an interview!