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A Day in the Life of a Library Science Intern - October 2015

Just like librarians, my day as a library science intern is never the same!!

9:25am – I arrive at work, fill up my water bottle, check my mailbox, then head to the media desk! 736 more words


Importance of Colloquiums

Colloquiums offer a chance for students to be exposed to scholarship often outside of their area of research. The presentation, whether it be from a fellow students, a faculty member, or esteemed guest lecturer, offer a chance to engage with the academic community in a localized sense. 113 more words


Questions from grad students: on stress, being a generalist, and publishing

I was recently invited down to the Arkansas to be a “student-selected” speaker for their entomology Department. Their graduate students decide on someone to invite down to Fayetteville, and the honouree gets to visit that lovely part of the world, meet with grad students and professors in the Department, and give a seminar. 1,801 more words


Smithsonian American Art Museum Fellowships, 2016–17

Smithsonian American Art Museum Fellowships, 2016–17
Applications due by 1 December 2015

The Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) and its Renwick Gallery invite applications for research fellowships in the art, craft, and visual culture of the United States. 804 more words


Alumna Shirley Lichti: Waterloo to Tokyo and back again

Sometimes life is a matter of serendipity: I met Shirley Lichti’s husband when he stopped to comment on the holes we were digging in our front yard, locating cables the Call Before you Dig people said weren’t there, but we knew were.
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