The Los Angeles Chapter of REFORMA has awarded three scholarships to students completing their Master of Library and Information Science degree program at the San José State University School of Information. Rosa Pena and Lauren Kime were both recipients of the Dr. Karin Duran Scholarship. The scholarship is given to MLIS students interested in academic or archival fields.
24th Issue of the Student Research Journal Explores Professionalism in Library and Information Science
The 24th issue of the fully student-run Student Research Journal is now available online. The issue features an invited contribution from a lecturer at the San José State University School of Information, an article by a recent graduate of the iSchool’s Master of Library and Information Science program, and a book review by a graduate student enrolled in the iSchool’s MLIS program.
Published: February 5, 2023 by Eori Tokunaga
Come and join the SJSU iSchool as we honor Black History Month while also celebrating the achievements of our Black community members in the Library and Information Science field.
It’s a Home Run! iSchool Students and Faculty Partner with University Baseball Team on New Sports Analytics Club
The newly launched Sports Analytics Club represents an incredibly exciting and innovative partnership between the San José State University School of Information and the university’s baseball team. The club, which met for the first time in November 2022, is led by Master of Library and Information Science degree program students and club co-presidents Cori Garfias and Michelle Miyoshi.
“I’m just so grateful to San José State University. I think they prepared me very well. That’s something I really wanted to say because there was all this vast information I didn’t know and they really got me prepared correctly so when I got on the scene, working a real job, I felt really confident that I’d be able to do it.”
Junia Papas, ‘18 MARA
Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan