Just two years after earning her MLIS in 2002, alum Lorena Mata was named one of Library Journal’s Movers and Shakers, recognizing her efforts to reach out to the Spanish-speaking community.
Studying medical librarianship might not seem like the most natural preparation for working at a space agency.
Earning her MLIS at San Jose State sometimes felt like a long journey for Jami Morritt, but it paid off when the Spring 2008 grad landed her “dream job” as Records Manager for the City of Berkeley.
Amy Cheney, a 2002 SLIS graduate, is one of 10 winners of the inaugural “I Love My Librarian!” award presented by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the New York Times, and the American Library Association.
Amaral is reference librarian for the Environmental Studies and Clinical Psychology departments at Antioch University New England.