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Amber Moore ’08MS navigates the emotional terrain of personal collections.
Assistant Professor Colin Rhinesmith and School of Library Science students, Jo Dutilloy '20MS and Susan Kennedy '20MS presented their research at the 17th Community Informatics Research Network Conference in Prato, Italy.
Adult Services Librarian Eileen Fontenot ’14MS talks book clubs, field trips, and the skills needed to work in a public library.
Simmons Lecturer Megan Dowd Lambert ’02MA and partner Sean St. Marie ’19MS purchase Modern Memoirs, Inc.
Professor and Dean Emerita Michele Cloonan’s book, The Monumental Challenge of Preservation: The Past in a Volatile World, received the University of Mary Washington Historic Preservation Book Prize for 2019.
Post-Master’s Inter-Professional Informationist Now Accepting Applications Simmons University proudly announced the launch of a new certificate program today, Inter-Professional Informationist (IPI). The IPI will bridge the gap between traditional and emergent skills in health sciences and biomedical librarianship and aims...
Faculty of the College of Organizational, Computational, and Information Sciences presented at the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration, known as "the world's largest gathering of women technologists."
Brandon Bellanti '20MS tells us about his internship with Akamai Technologies, a company that works to deliver content securely and seamlessly across the internet.
College of Organizational, Computational, and Information Sciences and College of Social Sciences, Policy, and Practice faculty collaborate to support the mental health needs of library patrons, and the staff who serve them.
Claudia Willett ’11, ’15MA/MS is the Project Archivist for the John S. McCain Papers at Arizona State University (ASU). Willett shared with us her efforts to establish a cohesive collection from these materials.