SLIS student Genna Buhr was recently appointed as a mentor in a prestigious new institute for Illinois library staff that seeks to become a national model for teaching librarians about technology tools.
SLIS alum David Cismowski was recently appointed Chief of the State Library Services Bureau of the California State Library, where he oversees the administration of the “public face” of the California State Library.
While working as a manager in the Information Technology department at Santa Clara University in California, Boyd participated in design meetings for the school’s state-of-the-art $95 million new library.
Unable to find satisfying work with her Art History undergraduate degree, Connie Schardt decided to enroll in SLIS in the late 1970s with the hope of improving her career prospects. Her hunch paid off.
SLIS student Michelle Reeder has been plugging away at her classes for the past couple of years, going to school part-time while raising her family.