CAP students in the Expanded Arts Summer Job Program enjoy a lunch break, circa 1970 (Photo courtesy of Robert Breck Chapman Photographs at Special Collections & Archives, University of Baltimore)Hayleigh Moore
The Inheritance Baltimore program is one of the many ways MLIS alumna, Angela Koukoui, is providing better access to her community’s hidden histo …
16 students from across programs have been recognized for excellence in their work and studies.
Katrina Fenlon to Support New Commission to Foster Digital Humanities Projects on Social and Racial JusticeDecember 10, 2021 | Press Release
The Commission on Fostering and Sustaining Diverse Digital Scholarship will look at improving the support, access, and sustainability of projects …
MLIS student shares her experience at the Library of Congress processing the materials of the late opera singer, Jessye Norman.
Precious Abujana (left) and Andrea N Gutmann Fuentes (right)Hayleigh Moore
Abujana and Fuentes are among the American Library Association’s 60 Spectrum Scholarship award recipients for 2021.
iSchool MLIS student, Rosie Grant, shares her internship experience as a digital archivist for one of DC’s oldest cemeteries.
The Hate U Give, Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian among the American Library Association …
Wishing students, staff, and faculty a wonderful and safe Fall semester.
Alumni Spotlight: Alumnus Turns a New Page After 40-Year Career in Librarianship and History – William Peniston ‘87June 15, 2021 | iSchool News
William Peniston, MLS ’87, proclaims himself an “old-fashioned librarian,” trained in the management of rare books, special collections, an …