MLIS student Charmetria Marshall, a 2013 scholarship recipient, wants to foster equal access to information.
Doctoral student Melissa Fraser-Arnott examines LIS professionals who work in non-traditional roles.
Student Jessica Owens turns class assignment into funded grant.
Student Julie K. Williams honed her professional networking skills and connected with library leaders during the 2010 joint California Library Association/California School Library Association (CLA/CSLA) conference. Williams participated in the conference as part of her coursework for LIBR 298 Special Studies: Trendspotting during Fall 2011.
Student Margaret Driscoll is sharing her web-conferencing skills to support SLIS students, faculty, and colleagues in the virtual learning environment. As an Elluminate/Collaborate moderator and trainer, she’s using these software platforms to help information professionals connect and communicate online.