News and Events

UNCG Library and Information Studies students Caroljean Gavin, Kelly Jones, Chase Hanes, and Della Owens will give presentations on their Alternative Spring Break experiences at 2:30 on Thursday, May 11 in SOE room 301. The talk will be called “My Spring Break Experience: Alternative Spring Break Program Year One.” Alternative Spring Break is a week […]

The UNCG Library and Information Studies Department will host the Cora Paul Bomar Community Matters Summit on April 28 and 29 in the Virginia Dare Room of the Alumni House, and in the School of Education. Speakers include David Ferriero, the 10th Archivist of the United States (Public Engagement In the Work of Libraries and Archives) […]

Library and Information Studies student Molly Lubby presented her research at the Annual Conference of the Librarians’ Association at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (LAUNC-CH) on March 13. The theme of this year’s conference was “Human-Centered Libraries: Crafting Value and Relevance.” Molly’s presentation was entitled “Stand in their Shoes: Applying UX & […]

During this year’s spring break, nine students in the School of Education’s Department of Library and Information Studies (LIS) completed special projects in libraries and archives around North Carolina. 2017 marks the first year of LIS’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program, in which Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) students have the opportunity to […]

Current Library and Information Studies student Terah Kelleher was just named recipient of the Mertys Bell Scholarship from the North Carolina Community College Library Association. This is a $500 scholarship awarded to a library student working toward an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree in the library and information studies field. Terah is a proud graduate of […]

The University of North Carolina, Greensboro’s department of Library and Information Studies welcomes April Dawkins to its faculty, effective August 2017. April is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Library & Information Science at the University of South Carolina, which she expects to finish in May 2017. Her doctoral dissertation examines the factors that influence decisions […]

 Noah Lenstra, Assistant Professor in UNCG’s department of Library and Information Studies, will have a chapter in the forthcoming book Participatory Heritage, edited by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe and Andrea Copeland, to be released in February. More information can be found here. Congratulations, Noah! < Return to LIS News

Amy Jordan has been working at Greensboro College as their Collection Services Librarian since August. David Edens will assume the position of Instructional Services Librarian at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia on September 19th. Congratulations, Amy and David! < Return to LIS News  

In 1993, Marilyn Miller extended the reach of the UNCG LIS program into Virginia since they have never had an accredited LIS program, and they had asked our help.  We received approval to offer our entire masters degree by what then passed for distance education technology–satellite and cable hookup.  There were five sites: Charlottesville, Blacksburg, Roanoke, Emory […]