“I’m thrilled to be taking on a more active role in developing journal operations and focusing on long-term planning,” said Nordlund, who previously served as SRJ’s managing editor.
Student Suzanne Scott’s broad background in library and information science provides the skills she needs to develop a new student research journal at SLIS.
Earlier this year, the Law Library Journal published Fortney’s piece titled “Ending Copyright Claims in State Primary Legal Materials: Toward an Open Source Legal System” [PDF] in its Winter issue.
Kathy Elliott started the MLIS program in Spring 2010 and is already off to an auspicious beginning to her library career after winning the 2010 Medical Library Association (MLA) scholarship.
Borman’s article, “Rural U.S. libraries: Serving populations and meeting challenges,” appeared in the August 2009 issue of Library Student Journal.