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The School of Library & Information Science Welcomes Two New Employees

The School of Library & Information Science Welcomes Caitlin Cristian-Lamb and Tyler Viso to the SLIS Staff.

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LSU School of Library & Information Science to Host Archival Education & Research Institute (AERI)

The School of Library & Information Science (SLIS) in the College of Human Sciences & Education (CHSE) announces its selection as host for the 2023 Archival Education & Research Institute (AERI). The institute will occur on June 19-23, 2023 on the LSU campus.

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LSU's Emilie Leumas, PhD Inducted as Distinguished Fellow of the Society of American Archivist

Emilie Leumas, PhD will be inducted by the Society of American Archivist (SAA) as a distinguished Fellow. Leumas is an adjunct professor in the School of Library & Information Science (SLIS) at LSU where she teaches graduate courses in the Graduate Certificate in Records & Information Management (CRIM), the Graduate Certificate in Archival Studies (CARST), and the Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS).

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2021-2022 School of Library & Information Science Professional Development Webinar Series

The LSU School of Library & Information Science invites you to join us for another year of professional development and lifelong learning. Build your own learning experience from a range of topics presented by experts and practitioners in the field.

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Announcing New Faculty & Staff

SLIS is excited to announce new faculty and staff joining our team.

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Latest Issue of MEMEX Now Available

MEMEX Vol. 2 - The Annual Magazine of the School of Library & Information Science

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Suzanne M. Stauffer, PhD, Edits New Book Titled Libraries, Archives, and Museums: An Introduction to Cultural Heritage Institutions through the Ages

Suzanne M. Stauffer, PhD, a professor within the College of Human Sciences & Education's School of Library & Information Science, has edited a book titled Libraries, Archives, and Museums: An Introduction to Cultural Heritage Institutions through the Ages.

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