- SIS PhD student recipient of 2016 Beta Phi Mu Garfield Award
- Study conducted by SIS faculty member and PhD student gets published
- Dr. Carla Hayden receives recommendation from key Senate committee
- SIS alum receives 2016 SAA Emerging Leader Award
- SIS celebrates Ellen Detlefsen’s career and establishment of Wendell L. Wray Endowment for Diversity and Inclusion
- SIS alumna receives Medal of Distinction from Seton Hill University
- SIS alumna receives a 2015-2016 Jefferson Award
- SIS faculty member, Michael Spring, tells graduating students to always keep dreaming
Dr. Carla Hayden becomes nation's new Librarian of Congress
Last week, the Senate approved the nomination of Dr. Carla Hayden for Library of Congress. Hayden will be the 14th Librarian of Congress, following the retirement of the previous Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington. Hayden will be the first female and first African-American to serve as Librarian of Congress.
Hayden was an assistant professor in the Library and Information Sciences program at SIS from 1987 to 1991 and served on the SIS Board of Visitors.
Please join us in congratulation Hayden.
To read more about her appointment, click here.
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