“The Perfect Fit”
James Neal III studied cultural anthropology in graduate school, served several years in the Peace Corps in Africa and has heavily used Twitter and Facebook since well before they became popular.
Becoming an Advocate for Libraries
“I knew when I began the MLS program that I’d be happy spending my career working in a library or archives,” says Master of Library Science student Nicholas Connizzo. “But, it has taken my education here at Maryland to introduce me to the larger policy issues related to information access that I’m now most interested in.”
Connecting People with Information
From National Geographic to the FBI, Lenny Williams ’06 M.I.M. has made a career of connecting people with information.
“The iSchool made me what I am today,” says Ashwin Saboo ’09 M.I.M., an entrepreneur providing information technology, or IT, staffing to Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
Leveraging Information for a Career of Service
For first-year Master of Information Management (MIM) student Michael Sapp, running to be the MIM student representative to the iSchool Assembly was a natural progression. As a member of the Army for nearly twelve years, Sapp is used to taking initiative to serve.