MARA Lecturer Dr. Nancy Dupre Barnes is sharing her international research and records management expertise with students in the Master of Archives and Records Administration program.
MARA student Erick Hawkins is pursuing a career in corporate records management after completing an eight-year tour of duty with the U.S. Navy.
Ember Krumwied knew from her nose that she found the right profession as a records manager.
“I get such a kick out of the smell of old paper,” said Krumwied, who started out working as a records manager at a timber company that kept stacks of old inventory logs and ledger books. “The records were starting to turn yellow in small card catalogue boxes. I just loved being around them.”
As a photographer, Amy Abadilla appreciates the value of photographic prints and textual records. And as a member of the second cohort in our School’s Master of Archives and Records Administration (MARA) program, she’s learning the latest techniques in digital records management – including how to reach out to librarians and archivists who are reluctant to shift from a paper-based world.