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Announcements

We are excited to invite you to a presentation by ALA president Courtney Young, celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the establishment of the NCCU School of Library and Information Sciences!


The SLIS congratulates Alumna Jamie Smith, who has been selected as an ALA Emerging Leader for 2015! The complete list of 2015 Emerging leaders can be found here!


The SLIS is delighted to announce that it has partnered with the Law Library of Congress for a new internship program! Please see here for more details!


With the outstanding work of Dr. Ismail Abdullahi, ALA President Courtney Young, has been confirmed as our speaker for the 75th Anniversary Lecture scheduled for April 9, 2015!


Congratulations to Dr. Chad Morgan on having his article Craft and Librarianship: A Reconsideration of the Sources of Librarian Job Satisfaction selected as a Featured Article in the December 2014 issue of Informed Librarian Online!



Congratulations to Dr. Patrick Roughen on the publication of “Julius Rosenwald: A Review of the Literature on his Motivations and Impact in Redefining Library Service in the South.” In the Summer 2014 Issue of The Southeastern Librarian!



Congratulations to Dr. Chad Morgan on the publication of Craft and Librarianship: A Reconsideration of the Sources of Librarian Job Satisfaction (Journal of Library Administration Volume 54, Issue 8, 2014)



>Congratulations to Dr. Barbara Montgomery on the publication of A Case for Browsing: An Empowering Research Strategy for Elementary Learners!





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