Employment: Research Librarian, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Employment: Research Librarian, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

The Communications and Information Technology Directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is seeking a Research Librarian (Computer Sciences and Data Literacy) to join the IT Services Group located in Richland, WA. This is an extraordinary opportunity to steward and lead strategic direction for the role of research data management [within the publishing lifecycle], research tools and workflows, data sharing. This role will conduct searches of literature; analyze, synthesize, and evaluate data; extract pertinent information; and prepare results/products of material searched via analytical summaries, bibliographic libraries, and bibliometric reports.

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Internship: Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Cultural Heritage Center

The Cultural Heritage Center in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State is recruiting an intern for Summer 2020. This is an unpaid position based in Washington, D.C. They are looking for a student with background in Library Sciences to create a collections management strategy for the Center’s small research library, which is focused on archaeology and art history materials. 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!

UW Textual Studies Program Graduate Student Awards

Textual Studies Program Graduate Student Research Awards for 2011
Application Deadline: Wednesday March 2, 2011

The Textual Studies Program will offer one or more awards to support graduate student research projects in the field (broadly defined) of Textual Studies.

Applicants should submit:

  1. A brief proposal (one to three pages single- spaced), detailing the research project
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