DULASA and Penn Libraries Present: 4th Annual Spotlight on STEM Librarianship Online
This event is co-hosted by the Drexel University Library & Archives Student Association (DULASA) and the Penn Libraries.
DULASA is delighted to partner again with the Penn Libraries’ STEM Libraries to host the 4th Annual Spotlight on STEM Librarianship panel! Please join us (virtually) on Thursday, November 18 at 7pm to learn more about being a librarian in the sciences and health sciences fields.
The goal of this event is to bring library and information science (LIS) students together to learn more about the dynamic field of STEM librarianship and to encourage LIS students to consider a career in science libraries. This year, our panelists include librarians from Thomas Jefferson University, Haverford College, and NYU - you can learn more about our panelists on the Penn Libraries' Biomeditations blog!
- Greg Laynor, Senior Librarian, Information Services at Thomas Jefferson University
- Rebecca Miller, Senior Librarian, Information Services (Dixon Campus) at Thomas Jefferson University
- Carol Howe, Science Librarian at Haverford College
- Hope Lappen, Life Sciences Librarian at New York University
Who should attend: This event is open to all, including LIS students or early-career information professionals interested in combining STEM and librarianship.
Drexel University Library and Archives Student Association (DULASA) is the graduate student organization for MSI students at Drexel University. DULASA plans and hosts social, networking, and professional development focused events and programs for Drexel graduate students and alumni interested in libraries and archives.
DULASA strives to provide learning and networking opportunities for library and information science students and act as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information about trends, issues, and opportunities in the library, archival, and information science professions. To learn more about DULASA or to become a member, please visit, https://dragonlink.drexel.edu/organization/dulasa
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- Thursday, November 18, 2021
- 7:00pm - 8:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.