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Spotlight: Brittany DiPippo
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Current Students / Graduate Student / Library & Information Studies

Spotlight: Brittany DiPippo

21 May 2015 | by Alllison Barker

Brittany DiPippo is a current GSLIS student who is interested in digital archives. Her interest in both archival work and library and information studies began when she received an internship at The National Archives in Maryland.   Your internship at The National Archives is what inspired you to pursue...

Spotlight: Catherine Damiani  ’15
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Current Students / Graduate Student / Library & Information Studies

Spotlight: Catherine Damiani ’15

4 May 2015 | by Alllison Barker

Catherine Damiani, former Student ALA President, is graduating this May. Among her many accomplishments is her current position at the East Providence Public Library, which she began directly after finishing comprehensive exams.   Catherine, congratulations on graduating from GSLIS this May and on...

Congratulations to Jennifer Grant and Kyle Litscher for accepting the Aldrich and Bergeron Awards from COLA
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Award Winners / Current Students / Graduate Student / Library & Information Studies

Congratulations to Jennifer Grant and Kyle Litscher for accepting the Aldrich and Bergeron Awards from COLA

27 Apr 2015 | by Alllison Barker

Jennifer Grant and Kyle Litscher were presented with the Linda Aldrich School Library Media Scholarship and William Bergeron Public Library Scholarship respectively at the 2015 Rhode Island Coalition of Library Advocates Annual Meeting on April 7th. The scholarships are awarded annually by COLA to students...

Congratulations to Kevin St. Jean for accepting the Maurice Tougas Award from SLRI
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Award Winners / Graduate Student / Library & Information Studies

Congratulations to Kevin St. Jean for accepting the Maurice Tougas Award from SLRI

22 Apr 2015 | by Alllison Barker

Kevin St. Jean, a student in the GSLIS school library media track, accepts the Maurice Tougas Award from SLRI President, Jane Perry, during the annual conference at the Providence Marriott on April 10, 2015. The award is given to a student who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the School Library...

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