Digital Research Services Librarian for the Sciences Diversity Residency at the Ohio State University Libraries

Written by Juleah Swanson, Acquisitions Librarian for Electronic Resources at Ohio State University Libraries and former Mary P Key Diversity Resident We are excited to announce that the Ohio State University Libraries is now recruiting for its next Mary P Key (MPK) Diversity Resident in the area of Digital Research Services Librarian for the Sciences. Read More

Where Are They Now? Spotlight: Leslie Morgan

Leslie Morgan earned her MLS from Wayne State University and was the 2005-2007 Librarian in Residence at the University of Notre Dame. Currently, Leslie is the First Year Experience librarian for the Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame. In her own words: Beginning my career as a Resident Librarian was the perfect venue Read More

Where are they now? Spotlight: Tomaro Taylor

In the Fall of 2009, Tomaro Taylor received promotion to the rank of Associate University Librarian at the University of South Florida (USF) Libraries, where she currently works as a Special Collections Librarian. Tomaro received a Master of Arts degree from the USF School of Library and Information Science (USF SLIS) in 2002.  From 2003 Read More

Minnesota Institute: Professional Development Anyone?

Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians from Traditionally Underrepresented Groups July 10 — July 16, 2010 Program Description The University of Minnesota Libraries will offer its seventh week-long training institute for 24 early career academic librarians, who are from traditionally underrepresented groups and are in the first three years of their professional career. Program Objectives Read More

Diversity Officers in Higher Education Webinar

NADOHE is the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education.  Dr. Barcelo is a member of the NADOHE Board and comes highly recommended from our own Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Diversity and Education here at the U of A. This broadcast is free and open to the public. I hope some of you Read More