Employment: USAF Librarian at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, June 28

Employment: USAF Librarian at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

Deadline: Applications due by 11:59 PM (ET) on June 28, 2019

The United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) is hiring a librarian. The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate with Team Lead to provide library support to USAFSAM Educators, Researchers, and Consultants. Salary range is $46,768 to $89,852 a year.

This position is located at Wright-Patterson AFB, just outside of Dayton, OH. Continue reading

Employment: United States Golf Association Librarian

Employment: United States Golf Association Librarian

Are you looking to join a dynamic team that works together to promote and conserve the true spirit of the game of golf?

The USGA Golf Museum is seeking an experienced hands-on library professional to oversee one of the world’s premier sports libraries. The Librarian will work with the Director of the USGA Golf Museum to develop, supervise and execute the tactical plans to ensure that the USGA Library remains the world’s leading center for scholarship on the history of the game. Continue reading

Digital Scholarship Summer Immersion Program, Aug 13-15

Digital Scholarship Summer Immersion Program

August 13, 14, & 15, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
UW Research Commons

Do you have an idea for the next great podcast or a digital book you would like to publish openly? Are you interested in incorporating digital tools or methods into your teaching? Bring your project or teaching ideas and let them take shape alongside like-minded faculty and graduate students at the Libraries’ inaugural Digital Scholarship Summer Immersion Program! Continue reading

Article: What Does EDI [Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion] Work Look Like in LIS Education?

Article: What Does EDI [Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion] Work Look Like in LIS Education?

Our very own Helene Williams wrote this wonderful article about how she’s been integrating EDI work into the MLIS curriculum here at the UW iSchool. Featured in the 2019 ACRL President’s Program, Helene’s article explores both the strategies and the many positive outcomes of integrating EDI into the curriculum with courses from “Information Resources, Services, and Collections” to Directed Fieldwork (DFW). Thanks for your important contribution, Helene!

Event: 22nd Annual Black Graduation Ceremony & Kente Ceremony

Event: 22nd Annual Black Graduation Ceremony & Kente Ceremony

Deadline: Register by May 31

Thursday, June 13, 2019
7:30 to 10:00 PM
Meany Hall, UW Seattle Campus

The Black Graduation Ceremony is a pre-commencement celebration to honor African and African American students who through unyielding determination have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree from the University of Washington. The Ceremony is representative of African and African American culture and heritage, embraces the value of community and scholarship, and culminates with a Kente Stole presentation. This is a Celebration for Graduates to be recognized for their accomplishments and provided an opportunity to honor significant people who have helped them achieve their goal. Students are honored together in one setting and their families also get the opportunity to celebrate their hard work and dedication.

Participation in the UW Black Graduation & Kente Ceremony is open to all UW undergraduate and graduate students who have earned their degree between Autumn ‘18, Winter ‘19, and Spring ‘19, or are scheduled to earn their degree Summer ‘19. Continue reading