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Invitation: Bowling For Book Lovers
Join us for an end of the semester celebration for all the hard work we’ve put into the MLS program at North Carolina Central University. This event is being hosted by the student chapters for the American Library Association and the Special Library Association. We are meeting at Kings North Hills Bowling at Kings
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
6:30 PM-9:30 PM
Kings North Hill Bowling
141 Park at North Hills St., Suite 120
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 Get directions
Please RSVP to Jaccqueline Guilford: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Dean Gant:
Please see the link the Generation Google Scholarship. The opportunity is targeted to students in computer science or related fields. Information Science is a related field. I am happy to advise anyone who applies on how to best to market your MIS or technically oriented LIS program for this opportunity.
A second opportunity available is the Women Techmakers Scholars Program https://www.womentechmakers.com/scholars . this program fits well for both LIS and MIS women students. “A group of female undergraduate and graduate students will be chosen from the applicant pool, and scholarships will be awarded based on the strength of each candidate’s academic background and demonstrated leadership and impact on community.”
Again for these or any opportunity that you find, I am happy to talk with you further to advise you on how to best communicate about your program and its fit.
Condolences for Dr Debra Saunders-White: Visionary Chancellor Leading Digital Transformation in Higher Education
On behalf of the School of Library and Information Sciences, I offer our condolence for the loss of Dr. Debra Saunders-White. Dr. Saunders-White inspired all of us with her courageous battle with cancer. As the eleventh chancellor of NCCU, Dr. Saunders-White was a visionary chancellor living each day touching the lives of students through the digital transformation of higher education. Dr. Saunders-White championed innovation through creative integration of information technology in higher education. Dr. Saunders-White led path-breaking strategies to make sure that universities stay ahead of the digital divide with transformative investments in Internet access and connectivity as well as opening spaces for students for computer-driven innovation, design and fabrication. May God bless Dr. Saunders-White’s family, the NCCU community, and all those whose life she touched.
Do you enjoy seeing tasks stack up as they are completed?
Are you a little shy about instruction?
Do you need some more classwork in academic libraries or humanities librarianship?
Are you curious about the subject liaison’s portfolio and want to try it out?
THIS IS THE FIELD EXPERIENCE FOR YOU!
Humanities Field Experience
Duke University Libraries
Fall semester 2016
We are hosting talks on next Thursday, November 17, 2016 from 12 pm to 2 pm on International Education Day. There will be a delicious sampling of international foods, a panel discussion on our theme of Global Awareness of Needs in LIS, Informatics and Digital Inclusion: Opportunities for Engagement at NCCU, and a discussion with faculty on the importance of International Education.
The SLIS Alumni association invites you to an alumni mixer welcoming Dean Jon Gant to the NCCU School of Library and Information Sciences! Join us at the Durham Southwest Regional library from 2:00-5:00 PM on October 22 to meet Dean Gant and to reconnect with classmates and library professionals. Please see the attached flyer for more details: