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 o …
Preserving the Legacy of an American Opera IconNovember 11, 2021 | Jessica Grimmer
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)
iSchool Students Precious Abujana and Andrea Gutmann Fuentes awarded 2021 ALA Spectrum ScholarshipsOctober 14, 2021 | Hayleigh Moore
Abujana and Fuentes are among the American Library Association’s 60 Spectrum Scholarship award recipients for 2021.
Spooktacular Field Study: Adding Congressional Cemetery Graves to Google Arts and CultureOctober 8, 2021 | Rosie Grant
iSchool MLIS student, Rosie Grant, shares her internship experience as a digital archivist for one of DC’s oldest cemeteries.
Banned Books Week 2021 – ALA’s Most Challenged Books List for 2020 RevealedSeptember 29, 2021 | Hayleigh Moore
The Hate U Give, Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian among the American Library A …
Fall 2021 Welcome from iSchool Dean Keith MarzulloAugust 31, 2021 | Keith Marzullo
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 colle …
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 iSchool Awards RecipientsMay 7, 2021 | iSchool News
The iSchool Awards Committee is pleased to announce the iSchool Awards Recipients for the 2020-2021 academic year!