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Lina Osho-Williams '21MS

How does your experience of immigrating to this country impact your career choices? Immigrating to the US provided a landscape of opportunities for me. First, it gave me my very first job as a cashier at TJMAXX. Three months later...

Kirath Miller ’21MS

What made you choose to pursue LIS after corporate law? I always wanted to be a librarian. When I graduated from college, the career development office was pushing new graduates toward corporate jobs. I worked as a legal assistant, and...

Interim Dean of COCIS Sanda Erdelez at Commencement 2022

At Simmons University's 117th Commencement, President Lynn Wooten officially conferred a Master's of Science degree in Library and Information Science to Mildred Kagan Greenbaum '22MS. This degree was fifty years in the making. "Education is an important subject in our...

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Mare Parker-O'Toole '88MS established her first makerspace at the Medfield Public Library, where she was Head of Reference in 2009. "We were exploring the idea, so I turned my office into a makerspace," she recalls. "I love building community. The...

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