MLIS student Candice Putnam relies on the technology skills she’s gained at SJSU SLIS to develop programs at the public library in Canada where she works. She’s also the recipient of the School’s 2012 Alumni & Friends Scholarship, which Putnam wil
NASIG is the largest organization for serials librarians and related professionals in North America, and focuses on issues surrounding the creation, production, delivery, management, and access of serial information.
“I went into nursing because of my desire to help people. What I didn’t foresee was the emotional toll it would take on me,” said Sevingy-Killen. “Being faced with illness and death on a daily basis was way too much sadness in my life.
SLIS student Lindsay Davis spent her summer as a Junior Fellow at the Library of Congress, identifying publication information for the cataloguing of one of the legendary Spanish playwrights of the Golden Age.
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.