Valerie Karno, professor and director of the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies (GSLIS), has used an Infosys Foundation C3 Grant to bring coding nights to public libraries and families in Rhode Island.Continue reading "GSLIS hosts coding nights for local families"
by Emma Mangione The Harrington School’s Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences is a consistent success story. Recently the GSLIS program’s American Library Association accreditation was renewed, keeping the institution certified by the ALA. In fact, GSLIS department head Valerie Karno, pictured left, stated that the program received a perfect report. “This means we […]Continue reading "GSLIS program receives perfect score on accreditation renewal"
Applications will be evaluated for evidence of citizenship, residency, contribution to professional diversity, and financial need. Announcement of the award will be made at the GSLIS Annual Gathering.Continue reading "Mattoon-Kline Scholarship"
Students in the GSLIS program can also apply for scholarship opportunities outside of the Harrington School of Communication and Media.Continue reading "Outside Scholarship Opportunities"
This memorial Scholarship was established by her family, alumni and friends to recognize students in the GSLIS program who show excellence in their academic work, strong potential in library leadership, and a commitment to youth services in school or public libraries. The award will be made in the form of a tuition benefit.Continue reading "Betty Fast Memorial Endowment"
Scholarships for students in two areas: one preparing for public librarianship, and another preparing for school librarianship; based on social responsibility, leadership and contribution to the community, selected by GSLIS Director.Continue reading "RI Coalition of Library Advocates Scholarship"
Scholarship for GSLIS student, selected by GSLIS Director.Continue reading "GSLIS Scholarship"
This memorial Scholarship was established to recognize students in the GSLIS program who show excellence in their academic work, strong potential in library leadership, and a commitment to professional development, ethics, and service, in the spirit of Dr. Futas.Continue reading "Elizabeth D. Futas Scholarship"
This scholarship for GSLIS students aims to support a student with a background in the humanities, particularly art or art history, who wants to pursue a library and information science degree with a focus on studying visual information and making visual materials digitally available.Continue reading "J. Kresten Jespersen Scholarship"