In Fall of 2021, while taking IST 613, Brooke Vitagliano proposed a project to bring awareness [...]
Emily Drabinski’s quest to organize an opposition to the subversion of libraries
From the library stacks to the C-suite, Dr. Sarah Chauncey has a wealth of experience in the information field.
Christina Leigh Docteur G’03, G’11 leads research development activities for the university
Jen Graney shares her journey in library and information science from Associate Program Manager to Library Director
Nora Ramsey ‘21 shares how her love for music led her to the iSchool’s LIS program
Brianna Jackson didn't have to go far from home to find her path in library science.
Honored with the Librarian of the Year Award for her work on “SPL Mess Hall,” a lunch program introduced in 2018 as part of the USDA No Kid Hungry initiative.
Archived newspaper articles and other City of Chicago artifacts recording her grandmother’s neighborhood activism set School of Information Studies Assistant Professor LaVerne Gray on a path of discovering more about her heritage, and ultimately, her own new career path and professional calling.
What would happen if libraries got rid of library fines? Sabrina Unrein G'20 explores this in a recent whitepaper.