Nack enrolled in LIBR-292 Professional Projects during Spring 2010, and earned course credit as he helped Stanford’s Electronic Acquisitions Department develop a new electronic resource management database and order submission system.
For her LIBR 292 Professional Experience class, SLIS student Mia Jaeggli created a digital archive to preserve exhibits from the reading room at the University of California at Berkeley’s Environmental Design Library.
Kenley Neufeld, a 1994 SLIS grad and current part-time faculty member, won the EBSCO Community College Learning Resources Leadership Award for 2009, presented by the Community and Junior College Libraries Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL).
Allison Ruth realized that her true calling might be librarianship when she spent more time doing research than actual studio art while pursing her Master of Fine Arts degree.
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.