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Panel discussion on LIS requirements/curriculum January 18, 2007

Posted by apenningster in FYI.


The Mentoring Program of Washington University Libraries presents

Library and Information Science:

A discussion about Graduate School

All are welcome!

Place: Washington University – Olin Library Conference Room 142

Date: Monday January 29, 2007

Time: Noon – 2:00pm

The Washington University Libraries Mentoring Program is sponsoring a panel discussion on library school requirements and curriculum in Library & Information Science graduate programs. Prospective and current library school students and others are welcome. Majors in all disciplines are also welcome.

Panelists who will lead the discussion include:

Karen M. Robinson, Clinical Instructor, MU-School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, Reference Librarian, Thomas Jefferson Library, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Neville Prendergast, Associate Director, Communication & Outreach, Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine

David Straight, Librarian, West Campus Library, Washington University in St. Louis

The session will also include:

  • ACRL Video, Faces of the Profession, which highlights the role of academic librarians, what they do and why they made their career choices.
  • Discussion, Question & Answer

Participants can bring their lunch.

Please RSVP: cholland@wustl.edu

Cheryl Holland, Mentoring Coordinator

Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Library



1. apenningster - January 18, 2007

Sorry about the formatting, everyone. Cutting and pasting didn’t work very well, as you can tell!

2. lcwk86 - January 18, 2007

Too bad it’s in the middle of the day–sounds interesting…I hope a lot of students will attend.

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