Meeting Minutes 5.2.2018

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

SGO Leadership Ballot Results – 3 minutes

  • Chair – Kait Wolfe
  • Communications Officer – Janis Shearer
  • Treasurer – Trish Vaillancourt
  • Event Coordinator – Kallie Schell
  • Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Coordinators – Cydnee Petersen, Ann Arntson

Open Forum – 1-10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • Consider participating in the YWCA Triathlon

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • Current balance —–> $3,145.16
      • Rachel Canoun $200 for AIIP
      • Meg Brown $175 for ALA
      • Chelsea Bartlett $185 for ALA
    • We hope to receive our spring 2018 allocation soon
    • We have $208.40 added to our budget from funds not transferring to the LIS program in the past year. The LIS program will gift mugs to SGO for graduates

SGO Constitution Revision Committee Update – 2 minutes

  • Committee is looking for an appropriate Rules of Order to help guide
  • Discussion on whether to change to a constitution & bylaws structure
  • Recommendations for a timeline of revisions for next academic year

Student Groups : updates, events, requests – 5-10 minutes

  • ALA – Laura Gingras
    • Last meeting for the semester was in April
    • DREAD Nation Event will be Friday, May 4 & you can volunteer if you like
    • Planning for 2018-19
    • Received approval for apparel fundraiser
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • New officers elected & are planning for 2018-19
    • Begin planning for Holiday Silent Auction earlier than usual
    • All officers will graduate in Spring 2018 – we hope all will consider getting involved in leadership!
    • Visit our blog for updates!
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • 11 minute meeting
    • Welcomed new officers
    • Job Seekers & Resume Panel followed
  • PLG – Sierra Pandy
    • April Union Panel went well & planning similar event in Fall 2018
    • Intend to meet during summer
    • Working to organize & plan events
    • Will rotate meeting leadership

Topics – 10 minutes

  • ePortfolio panel video accessible via links on the Blog/ePortfolio page
    • Discuss
    • LIS dept is working on adding web link to ePortfolio help page
  • Justina Ireland Dread Nation event
    • Friday, May 4th, 6-9pm
    • Recital Hall, Music Building
    • More information at this FB Event link
  • Campus Integration – how will student centered space be impacted?
    • Deb E met with Emily Asch on April 6th to discuss the phases of library integration.
    • Meeting with the integration team was happening soon, and Emily put Deb on the email list for the results of that email. A copy can be found at this link.
    • Students will be involved in future planning phases. We (collectively) need to pay attention to them and get involved. We are students with our classrooms in the CdC, so we are impacted more so than many other groups.
  • Cloud Library film – update from Esther Jones and/or GSAB rep(s)
    • Esther was not present at this meeting
  • Ideas to increase student involvement in SGO
    • Recommend future SGO meetings be scheduled on same night as 7010 classes (fall 2018 will meet on Tuesdays in-person)
    • Elect/volunteer new student rep from 7010, contact may encourage more involvement (there will be an online & F2F class in fall 2018)
  • Dr. Molaro’s coffee hour was April 11th
    • Questions included those about enrollment, online course mix, daytime & weekend course offerings and weekend course offerings.
    • There was discussion about how course offerings and title don’t fully support our social justice mission. Student(s) had looked at courses at other programs and thought the program could do better.
    • There is uncertainty on how to request courses, such as on-demand courses and how new courses are created.
    • Course suggestions on data curation, digital preservation, project management, and program evaluation
    • Summer course offerings could be expanded.  4 of 13 students attending did not register for class this summer but would have if there was an appropriate course offered, such as a higher level core course.
    • Students felt heard at the previous coffee hour. They see the changes in the zero-credit ePortfolio course and providing choice in core course faculty. They are glad that we hold the coffee hour every semester.
    • If you have any questions, you can contact Dr. Molaro or lissgo@gmail.com
  • Scholarships
    • Do you apply for scholarships? How do you find scholarships? Do you want to know more about scholarships? Should SGO invest time into this?
      • There is interest
        • Ideas include a shared google doc for students or a libguide

 

Committees Reports – 5 minutes

We never had a full complement of committee reps this year because the rep positions changed this academic year. With the graduation of Antonio Backman (Faculty Development), Kristell Benson (Facilities) and Wendy Dickman (Student Services), and the addition of the Systematic Planning committee, we had many seats to fill. We have three new reps this year: Edward Malnar (Systematic Planning), Diane Lochner (Curriculum) & Mary Pukenis (Facilities). We are seeking a Faculty rep and a Student Services rep. I encourage filling these seats at this meeting, most importantly the Student Services, because a big part of SS is working on orientation.

  • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Edward Malnar (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim)
    • Met 18 April to review surveys by which we will be conducting an internal/environmental study to guide planning in the coming year(s).  Surveys reviewed included entering students, exiting students, recent graduates, practicum supervisors, and local employer surveys.  This study should address the effectiveness of the program and its learning objectives as they relate to field needs and success of degree-holding graduates to guide our planning process.
    • Final editing is being completed so that the surveys can be distributed soon (for students) and within the next few months (for the rest).  We shall be meeting next on 16 May.
  • Standard II “Curriculum”–Diane Lochner (Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa)
    • Dr. Hammond shared that faculty are working on revising the guidelines and rubric for the ePortfolio
  • Standard III “Faculty” – Seeking new rep (Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen)
    • Who will be the faculty chair for fall 2018?
    • The Faculty Development Committee, chaired by Dr. Sarah Dahlen, is charged with supporting faculty in teaching, research, and service. Some of their activities include maintaining the Faculty Handbook, planning the annual adjunct dinner, and facilitating an MLIS faculty and staff coffee hour about once a month.
    • Lindsay Whipple volunteered to represent SGO
  • Standard IV “Students” – Seeking new rep (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski)
    • The Student Services MLIS faculty committee was formed in AY 2010-2011. Previously, the faculty committee was the Scholarship committee.

Main Activities’ Oversight:

New student orientation, scholarships and awards, FLDS Student Faculty Research Project Funding, MLIS student groups, MLIS student handbook & other topics as they relate to student life (e.g. the committee may be asked to review or make recommendations on student policies)

    • Trish Vaillancourt volunteered to represent SGO until a new rep is appointed
  • Standard  V “Facilities” – Mary Pukenis (Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross)
    • We are meeting during the summer or in the fall as our next step.

 

Questions? Comments?

 

Attendees:

 

Heidi, Alyson, Lindsay, Sierra, Dan, Ann, Heather, Trish, Deb E., Janis, Laura G. & Cydnee P.

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Meeting Minutes 3.7.2018

SGO Minutes

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

Open Forum – 10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • Campus Integration – how will student centered space be impacted?

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • Current balance – $3,515.37
      • EJ Smith $96.50 for MLA
      • Elizabeth Johnson $30 for ELM

Communications

  • Janis
    • Circulation (FB group) description has been updated to include alum, non-students and non-alum members have been removed
    • Decision was made tonight to update admin settings to allow FB group individuals to suggest member additions
    • Please use several ways to contact students, not just FB
    • Veronika Paprocka will be SGO’s contact after Bre Berg leaves on March 14 – contact her regarding Student Services

Nominations are Open for Academic Year 2018-19 SGO Leadership

  • Chair or Co-Chairs, Treasurer & Communications Officer positions must be elected every year. We have some graduations and some officers not seeking re-election. There are opportunities for excellent leadership experience within SGO!
  • Taking self-nominations and nominations until March 31st
  • Elections at the April 4th meeting (see Constitution)
    • New membership leads May meeting
    • Term is for the academic year

All-Student Group Meeting – 2 minutes

  • Meeting rooms scheduled March 10th 1pm-4pm CdC 17 & 19
    • Stop by this meeting to learn about all LIS student groups
    • Spend some time working on your ePortfolio during the informal gathering

AIIP-Association of Independent Information Professionals- 3 minutes

  • SAA/SLA discussing brown bag lunch scheduled March 17th 12-1pm. Molly’s Intro to Archives meets that afternoon.
    • Alum Lynn Strand will present info about AIIP and their conference
    • Location CdC 20

Student Groups – 5 minutes

  • ALA – Laura Gingras
    • 2 school librarians presented on March 3 with great turnout & questions
    • Chipotle fundraiser will be April 10 (during National Library Week)
    • Next meeting on March 21 & will include info about spring events!
    • Fall 2018 faculty advisor is TBD
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • Visit our blog for updates!
  • SAA – Heather Carroll
    • Working on new bookmarks and web updates
    • Re-initiating WARM Project
    • Community Project: Faculty advisor, Molly Hazelton is working with NW Airlines Archives @ Flying Cloud Airport, looking for museum volunteers, connect with Molly or Diane L if you’d like to get involved
    • Community Project: Minnsky Theatre, volunteer to organize for moving costumes and props with SAA
    • Planning Job seekers Panel on campus for April & end of semester Pub Quiz for semester end @ Groveland Tap
    • Planning Button Making Event
  • PLG – Rep
    • No report
    • Next meeting March 20

Committees Reports – 5 minutes

  • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Edward Malnar (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim)
    • No report
    • SGO will ask Dr. Lim if a new student is needed
  • Standard II “Curriculum”–Diane Lochner (Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa)
    • No meeting
  • Standard III “Faculty” – (Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen)
    • No report
    • Who will be the faculty chair for fall 2018?
  • Standard IV “Students” – (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski)
    • No report
  • Standard  V “Facilities” – Mary Pukenis (Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross)
    • No report

SGO Constitution Revision Committee Update – 2 minutes

  • Committee is looking over existing Constitution
  • Notes have been made, questions for Dr. Hammond & Dr. Yukawa are being formulated
  • Considering adding an Event Coordinator

Questions? Comments?

 

Attendees:

Diane,     Heather,     Lindsay,     Sarah,     Laura,     Deb,     Trish,     Janis,     Dan,     Libby,   Pang & Laura

Meeting Minutes 2.7.2018

SGO Minutes

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

Open Forum – 10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • LIS Mixer had over 50 attendees!
      • Send us your pictures!
    • St. Kate’s Facebook Group Guidelines
      • Janis will remove ppl who have never been associated with St Kates LIS
      • Sugg: change desc to include current students & alum
      • Sugg: add to desc “no faculty”

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • Current balance – $4,110.67 → $3,712.67
    • Discuss purchase of graduation cards ($70.80 for 200, $36.40 for 100)
      • We will order 200 cards for $70.80
    • Open for reimbursements again
    • Lauren Cottrell    Various    $115.00
      Anne Burkhardt    MLA        $193.00
      Mary Pukenis    LibTech    $90.00

Change Meeting Format Update – 2 minutes

We discussed a Saturday meeting option for all student groups

Suggestion to pilot a meeting prior to March 15 (ePortfolio) due date and have on day same as “ePortfolio  Workshop” on Saturday March 10

Deb E will draft email & send from SGO email by Feb. 15 (with input from group Chairs)

Is it possible to provide food/bring your own lunch?

Screening of Books and Clouds (Libros y Nubes) – 2 minutes

  • Here is the link https://vimeo.com/82825239
  • Esther Jones (MLIS student) is on the agenda for the March GSAB meeting
  • Considering planning the event in October, corresponding with Indigenous Peoples Day (October 8th).
  • Edwin Shenk (MLIS student) is on board putting together a panel

AIIP-Association of Independent Information Professionals- 3 minutes

  • https://www.aiip.org/conference
  • Lynn Strand wants to come give a pitch to why students should attend this conference (April 2018), and join the organization.
  • On an on-campus Saturday 12-1pm?
  • Connecting with SAA & SLA student groups to organize

Student Groups – 5 minutes

  • ALA – Lauren Cottrell
    • Nexts meeting are Feb 21 & Mar 21
    • Brown bag on Saturday, March 3 from 12-1pm with guest speakers from school libraries
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • Visit our blog for updates!
    • RSVP to attend Feb. 26 JJ Hill Center Tour
    • SLA Annual Conference Stipend will be advertised soon!
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • SAA toured the Walker Art Center Archives on January 27th
    • 16 total attendees, 12 students
    • Next meeting is Feb 12th at 6pm in CdC 5
  • PLG – Rep not in attendance

Items below were not discussed at the Feb 7, 2018 Meeting

Committees Reports – 5 minutes

  • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Edward Malnar (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim)
    • We did not have a regular meeting this month and instead counted our meeting as part of the faculty retreat on 18 Dec.  On that date, the faculty took part in a program SWOT analysis to reflect on the current strengths and needs of our program.
  • Standard II “Curriculum”–Diane Lochner (Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa)
    • Committee has not met since last SGO meeting. Dr. Yukawa has been informed that Diane Lochner will be stepping into the representative role this semester
  • Standard III “Faculty” – Kallie Schell (Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen)
    • No meeting in December
  • Standard IV “Students” – (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski)
    • Mary P will ask Dr. Lesniaski about the meeting schedule
  • Standard  V “Facilities” – Mary Pukenis (Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross)
    • Began a draft of our charge
    • Discussed facility improvements such as the new carpet, paint touch up and new art work for the lounges.
    • Reviewed the MLIS assessment plan in relation to our charge (Goal #4). Although this plan was changed at a meeting that would be occurring in the future we used this as a base of knowledge in order to create fundamental goals and activities.
    • Tony is asking the faculty to consider having the Committee administer a 360 review of him as of current no one evaluates his performance.

SGO Constitution Revision Committee Update – 2 minutes

  • Committee is looking over existing Constitution
  • Notes have been made, questions for Dr. Hammond & Dr. Yukawa are being formulated
  • Considering adding an Event Coordinator Officer

MLIS Summit Poster Fair – 2 minutes

  • April 23

Questions? Comments?

 

Attendees:

Laura G, Lauren C, Mary P, Laura B, Ren K, Sierra P, Kallie S, Dan S, Janis S, Trish V., Deb E, Pang Y & Heidi H

Meeting Minutes 12.5.2017

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

Open Forum – 10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • St. Kate’s Facebook Group Guidelines
  • Sign Cards for Graduates
    • 36 student cards were circulated to sign
  • Check your email & respond to the LIS Community Mixer survey

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • $4,110.67 current balance

Change Meeting Format Update – 3 minutes

We discussed a Saturday meeting option for all student groups

  • Pros
    • Opportunities for collaboration
    • Socialize with one another
    • Meeting jointly
    • Groups may continue to meet outside the alt date/time
  • Cons
    • Time & availability
    • Confusion about joint meetings
    • Groups may continue to meet outside the alt date/time

We intend to poll MLIS students to gauge student interest

Screening of Books and Clouds (Libros y Nubes) – 5 minutes

  • Brought to us by Esther Jones
  • The Italian film distributors say a typical non-commercial screening is about $176 USD. Can send either digital copy/DVD/Blu-Ray.
  • Is this something we are interested in pursuing? Is this something we pass on to a student group?
    • 85 minutes in length
    • Purpose: Promote conversation around local community values
    • Options include: opening up to all St. Kates students, panel discussion afterwards, partner with MIPS, Center for Women, include popcorn,
    • SGO will discuss with GSAB re: funding, interest

Student Groups – 4 minutes

  • ALA – Lauren Cottrell
    • Laura Gingras was elected as ALA’s Co-chair.
    • Other officers are returning Lauren Cottrell (Co-chair), Salie Olson (Treasurer), and Rose Prullage (Secretary).
    • We are having a meeting on January 10th at 6:00 pm. Location is TBD still.
    • Next semester our meeting will be the third Wednesday of the month. Dates are February 21st, March 21st, and April 18th. We do not currently have a meeting scheduled for May. We are planning to meet at 5:00 pm in room #17 and have Google hangout as an option for remote participation.
    • On March 3rd at 12:00 pm, we will be hosting school librarians who will talk with us about their positions. Details will be available next semester.
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • Visit our blog for our latest news & events!
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • Ann Arntson was elected vice-president, Nick Riordan was elected secretary. They will be filling the shoes of graduating co-chair, Zach Jansen and secretary David Norris.
    • SAA members are open to the idea of Saturday all-student group meetings.
    • Heather Carroll presented at the TCART Symposium at the Mpls Central Library on Nov 6th. Her presentation was on outreach for access and using social media and blogs to reach audiences, and specifically on her work with the Weisman Art Museum files at the University of Minnesota archives.
    • New Professionals Brown Bag lunch event was Saturday, Dec. 2. 18 attended. Standing (er, sitting on floor) room only! Good discussion and tales told by the panelists.
    • Movie screening December 18th in the VAB. Deb Torres offered to loan a documentary called Hollywood Librarian about the portrayal of librarians in film. Details to come.
    • Planning spring events, including ideas for the LIS Mixer and an Archives button-making party
  • PLG – Salie Olson

Committees – 5 minutes

  • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Edward Malnar (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim)
    • Most recent planning work (vision, mission, SLOs) will stand as is until the accreditation process is complete.  We will consider revising those as suggested by the reviewers.
    • The Committee’s current focus is department priorities.  This year we will form the priorities and provide a foundation for an upcoming five-year strategic plan (2018-2023).
    • Priorities will be based on SWOT analysis, undertaken with consideration of three groups:
    • 1. Faculty retreat (December)
    • 2. Student body (to be completed by February)
    • 3. Key stakeholders at MLIS Summit (April),
    • with the first draft of priorities to be completed by March.  Stakeholder input will provide added check to the completed draft.
  • Standard II “Curriculum”– Deb Eschweiler (Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa)
    • Curriculum committee met on November 4th & December 4th
    • Reviewed role of research methods in LIS education
    • MLIS research methods requirement & the fit with the Grad College’s new articulation of research education
    • Reviewed the ALA’s accreditation requirements regarding research, discussed the place of research methods course(s) in the program
    • Discussed the ERP comments in the exit interview. Research Methods was a focus of the student discussion.
    • Students’ comments, positive, negative, and neutral, on the current Research Methods course, were discussed.
    • Discussed the current state of research and research courses offered within the program. Discussion will continue.
    • Discussed the training offered to faculty to move courses online. Some professors will take a four week course over J-Term offered by the University to prepare.

 

  • Standard III “Faculty” – Kallie Schell (Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen)
  • Standard IV “Students” – Wendy Dickman (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski)
  • Standard  V “Facilities” – Mary Pukenis (Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross)
    • The Facilities Committee (Administration, Finance, and Resources group) will be having an official meeting will all the committee members from 4-5pm December 12th in CdC 17
  • Committee seeking student rep:
    • Standard II “Curriculum” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa

Questions? Comments?

Meeting Minutes 11.7.17

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

Open Forum – 10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • SAMMIE (SW Area Multicounty Multitype Interlibrary Exchange) will host a grant writing webinar
    • Why were J-term classes removed? Low enrollment & as a 1 credit course it left floating credits

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • We have our fall allocation – $1,852.83
    • Given our informal rule of spending our allocation + $1,000 each semester, we have hit our cap after these reimbursements below. I will email all students this evening about submitting requests beginning in Spring 2018.
  • Funding requests/approvals
Meghan Crandell ITEM $135.00
Amy Werner ITEM $80.00
Alex Ingham Colorado Association of Libraries $200.00
Jenna Emmans MLA $193.00
Rebecca Powers ITEM $200.00
Kari Gorter MLA $96.50

 

  • We will revisit funding requests in general at a future meeting

Change Meeting Format – 5 minutes

  • Monthly reports from student groups/committees
    • Don’t need to be read aloud at SGO meetings. Can be sent in and put into the minutes. Reasons for/against? For! We will email reps in advance to get updates & include in the agenda
  • Time for SGO discussions. Minutes of productive discussions
  • Monthly meetings of all students groups at same time on opposite-class Saturdays (with remote-access?)
    • This was not discussed in-depth. Should put on December agenda and send to leadership of all student groups for opinions.
  • Student groups can plan/co-sponsor events during these meetings
    • This was not discussed in-depth. Should put on December agenda and send to leadership of all student groups for opinion

Student Groups – 5 minutes

  • ALA – Rose Prullage
    • Discussing a grant writing and book binding & repair workshops during Spring 2018 semester
    • Spring 2018 co-chair will be elected at the last meeting this semester, November 15
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • Next meeting Thursday, November 9 @ 5:15pm where we will prepare envelopes to mail & solicit auction items for the Silent Auction which will be during the SLA-MN Holiday Party.
    • Register now to attend the SLA-MN Holiday Party via this link! $20 for students & that includes hors d’oeuvres, desserts, non-alcoholic beverages, library tour, and gallery visits. The date is Friday, December 8 at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • No official meeting in Oct. Archives 101 panel on Oct 9th was in lieu of meeting. 4 working archivists at all stages of careers. Good Q&A after the panel. 13(?) attendees.
    • Next meeting Nov 13th in CdC 5 @ 6pm
  • PLG – Salie Olson
    • Looking into possible AFSCME union panel in spring
    • Looking to have an informational panel at our December meeting to inform people more about PLG (parent org) and PLG (us)
    • Next meeting Nov. 16, Dec 7
    • Little Free Libraries still good.
    • Checking into some volunteer possibilities

Committees – 5 minutes

  • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Edward Malnar (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim)
    • Next meeting is Thursday, November 9
  • Standard II “Curriculum”– Deb Eschweiler (Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa)
    • Curriculum committee met on October 23rd
    • Main topics discussed: Review of work for AY 2017-2018, Different approaches to Research Methods education. Focusing on LS as well as IS. Discussed having more online and hybrid courses. All core courses should be taught by fulltime faculty. Revisit 7050 & 7920 as core courses. Reconvene the Student Curriculum Committee.
    • Diane Lochner joined the student curriculum committee
    • A suggestion was made to collect the concerns around LIS 7050 and present them to Dr. Molaro. Also to ask questions about the Fall 2018 course, will there be differences?
  • Standard IV “Students” – Wendy Dickman (Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski)
    • No report
  • Standard  V “Facilities” – Mary Pukenis (Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross)
    • Discussed acquiring funds (grants) for facilities
  • Committees are seeking student reps for:
    • Standard II “Curriculum” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa
    • Standard III “Faculty” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen

SGO Updates – 15 minutes

  • Dr. Molaro announced in the Advisory Council meeting that there will be a poster fair at the LIS Summit this year. Details forthcoming.
  • LIS Community Mixer (February 2018)
    • We invite professional members of the library community to attend and mingle with students, such as TCART, ITEM, MLA, etc.
    • Looking for committee volunteers
      • Heather will send a survey asking students about dates
      • Heather will include a question about volunteering
  • SGO Constitution (2 minutes)
    • Decision on 11/7: We will share via Google doc to mark-up
    • Constitution on SGO blog
    • Looking for committee volunteers
      • Edward Malnar and Mary Pukenis joined the Constitution Committee
    • Should we review of the Constitution?
      • Last revised in 2012
      • Election process: unopposed seats & write-ins
      • GSAB representation – update who can be a rep?
      • Program meeting – chain of command/responsibility in the case that normal reps aren’t able to attend
    • Update committee positions
      • Clarify description of the Communications Officer (vs the partnership with MLIS Office Coordinator)

 

  • MLIS credits received at other schools. Are they transferable to this program? SGO will work on getting answers.
    • We believe you can apply with up to six “other school” credits, but once you’re here, you have to earn all credits here. Is there discussion to change that?
    • Example: the University of Mississippi runs a 6 credit, 4 week MLIS program in London in early summer, would those 6 credits be transferable to this degree?
    • Bring this to the curriculum committee.
  • Program Meeting Update
    • There will be a new section of 7050 coming soon taught by Sherri Ross. It will be all online.
    • Accreditation visit scheduling. Available students will be asked to meet with the ERP (external review panel) during the visit. As of the current schedule, student group leadership is slotted in from 5:30-6:30 (CdC 20) and all available students from 6:30-8:30 (CdC 370) on November 6th.
    • Faculty are considering creating/adding online courses to bring in distance learners, and the possibility of creating a cohort program. Though it is still in the initial discussion stages of how to successfully achieve this and whether this is the right direction for our program.

 

Questions? Comments?

 

 

 

Meeting Minutes 10.3.17

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

Open Forum – 10 minutes

  • What do you want to talk about?
    • How do you destress?

Financials – 3 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • Allocation coming later in October
    • $4184.20 ––> $3177.90
  • Funding requests/approvals
    • Kallie Schell – MLA
    • Kaitlin Wolfe – MLA – waiting on receipt
    • Elizabeth Johnson – ITEM
    • Laura Gingras – ITEM
    • Jen Dolen – SEI
    • Graduation mugs for December
      • It was decided that mugs would be purchased for Fall 2017 grads
  • Please ask Trish if you have any questions on how to get funding

Business Cards – 2 minutes

  • Call for a lead to take over
    • Mary Pukenis is interested in learning more
  • Trish will add language to the “get funding” section of SGO website relating to this

Student Groups – 5 minutes

  • ALA – Lauren Cottrell
    • Thanks to everyone who participated in the Rebel Reader activity! Thanks also for stopping by the table in the library to make a button. The Read-Out event was canceled due to time constraints, and will be planned further in advance in 2018.
    • Next meeting Wed 10/18 in CdC 20
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • Thanks to all who attended the Quatrefoil Library Tour!
    • Next meeting is Thurs 10/12 in CdC 20
    • The SLA Info Professionals Panel will be on 10/30, everyone is welcome!
    • Mark your calendar for the SLA-MN Holiday Party will be Fri 12/8 at the MIA
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • No meeting update since last month. The Archives 101 Panel is in lieu of the October meeting.
    • Tomorrow is “Ask an Archivist Day” #askanarchivist on Twitter!
  • PLG – Salie Olson
    • We are looking fill leadership roles, our focus is outreach & social justice. A survey was sent to get feedback on a better meeting time.
    • Next meeting is Wed 10/25 in CdC 5

Committees – 5 minutes

  • Committees are seeking student reps for:
    • Standard I “Systematic Planning” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Lim
      • Edward Malnar is interested in learning more!
    • Standard II “Curriculum” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa
      • Curriculum Committee rep position open
    • Standard III “Faculty” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen
      • Edward Malnar is interested in learning more!
    • Standard  V “Facilities” – Faculty Chair is Dr. Ross
      • Mary Pukenis is interested in this one!
  • Committees with student reps are:
    • Standard IV “Students” – Wendy Dickman

SGO Updates – 15 minutes

  • ePortfolio panel/workshop happened on 9/18/17
    • 23 students attended,  video recording will be shared online when available
    • What did you think of the event?
      • I’m glad I went, it was a good introduction to it
      • Format should be “less reading”
      • Some information was not new & some conflicted with itself
      • It would be nice to segment the presentation for intro, almost done or mostly done
  • LIS Community Mixer (February 2018)
    • Want to hammer out a date by October 6th
    • We invite professional members of the library community to attend and mingle with students, such as TCART, ITEM, MLA, etc.
    • Looking for committee volunteers
      • Heather will send a survey asking students about dates
      • Heather will include a question about volunteering
  • The following items were tabled to the next meeting due to time constraints
  • SGO Constitution (2 minutes)
    • Constitution on SGO blog
    • Should we review of the Constitution?
      • Last revised in 2012
      • Election process: unopposed seats & write-ins
      • GSAB representation – update who can be a rep?
      • Program meeting – chain of command/responsibility in the case that normal reps aren’t able to attend
    • Update committee positions
      • Clarify description of the Communications Officer (vs the partnership with MLIS Office Coordinator)
    • Looking for committee volunteers
  • MLIS credits received at other schools. Are they transferable to this program? SGO will work on getting answers.
    • We believe you can apply with up to six “other school” credits, but once you’re here, you have to earn all credits here. Is there discussion to change that?
    • Example: the University of Mississippi runs a 6 credit, 4 week MLIS program in London in early summer, would those 6 credits be transferable to this degree?
  • Program Meeting Update

 

Questions? Comments?

 

 

Meeting Minutes 9.12.17

Welcome/Introductions – 5 minutes

  • Introduce yourself:
    • Where you are in the program?
    • What is your general track? (It’s not unusual to be undecided!)

Financials – 5 minutes

  • Treasury update -Trish
    • Recap of last year with the new spreadsheet
    • $5485.22 ––>$4279.20
  • Funding requests/approvals
  • Funding Basics- Semesterly Introduction

Student Groups – 5 minutes

  • ALA – Lauren Cottrell
    • First meeting is September 20 in CdC 20 at 5pm, there will be pizza!
    • Partnering with the SCU LIbrary and ALASC for Banned Books week 9/25 – a Read Out is planned likely for 9/25, more details
  • SLA – Janis Shearer
    • First meeting is Thursday, September 14 in CdC 20 at 5:15pm, meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month during Fall
    • A tour of Quatrefoil Library is planned for 9/25
  • SAA – Deb Eschweiler
    • Fall meeting dates: All meetings 6-7pm on the second Monday (followed by all student social hour); location: CdC 5, social hour specific location TBD but Tiffany’s is the default
      • Mondays: Sep 11, Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11
      • Mon Sep 11 Tour of CSJ Archives 5:00-5:30 followed by meeting at CSJ meeting room 6-7.  Social Hour did not happen
      • Discussed our two community projects, the WARM Journal digitization project, and the MCBA postal art and stamp collection project, and the upcoming Archives 101 panel on October 9th at 6pm in Whitby 101. Panelists have been confirmed. Also have panelists confirmed for a December 2nd brown-bag lunch round table of new professionals between classes. Locations TBD.
      • TCART Symposium is in November. Considering a tour of the Walker library & Archives.
      • Will need to hold special elections for our graduating Co-Chair, Zach Jansen, & Secretary, David Norris, in November.
  • PLG – Salie Olson
    • Working with ALA for Banned Books week.
    • Will have table at fall MLA Conference in Rochester.
    • Little Free Libraries are doing well. Previous PLG leaders installed two LFLs on campus: on Randall by gate and outside Butler Center. PLG keeps them nice and filled.
    • Will need a librarian student to take over stocking the LFLs and other officer positions.
    • First meeting: September 27 at 5pm in CdC 5. There will be pizza!
    • PLG is part of a larger organization and this chapter may be the only student chapter. PLG does a lot of outreach to the community such as a school supply drive.

SGO Updates – 15 minutes

  • Fall 2017 meetings for the remainder of the semester will be from 5-5:45pm on the first Tuesday of the Month (1 minute)
    Meeting dates for Fall 2017:

      • Tues Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5
  • SGO will visit 7010 classes to give a 15 minute presentation (<1 minute)
    • Done! Met with Tuesday class and still scheduling the Friday class meeting.
  • Peer-to-peer Mentor Program: Heather Carroll will send a mentee invitation email to all students with 12 credits or less and a mentor invitation email to all students with more than 12 credits (in house credits, rather than transfer credits).
    Heather is seeking a partner or two to assist with schedules, matching, surveys and event planning. (2 minutes)
  • SGO plans to take on two events (2 minutes)
    • LIS Community Mixer (February 2018)
      • We invite professional members of the library community to attend and mingle with students, such as TCART, ITEM, MLA, etc.
    • ePortfolio panel/workshop 7pm in room 102 in the VAB (9/18/17).
      • David Norris, who spearheaded this event with SAA last year, has agreed to Emcee with this event.
      • Dr. Hammond, Dr. Yukawa, & Dr. Molaro will be presenting
      • Dr. Dahlen & Dr. Lim will evaluate MLIS Portfolios in Fall
      • Dr. Lim & Dr. Lesniaski will evaluate MLIS Portfolios in Spring
      • Please consider volunteering with SGO leadership to help organize the panel/workshop in the spring (TBD in February)
  • Heather and Deb’s meeting with Dr Molaro, Dr Hammond and Deb Torres on Sept 12th (5 minutes) to discuss:
    • The general expectations of SGO – since we are student run, there are not any department restrictions placed on us. We work together with the LIS department.
    • SGO represents the voice of the student body.
      How do we envision that working?
    • Budgets and activities
    • Reaccreditation expectations of student group leaders – students will be asked to participate and meet with the accreditation board. Details are not known at this time, but will be posted when available. When we know, we’ll let you know. There may be email surveys, townhalls, or randomly selected students to be at more intimate meetings. It is just not known at this time.
      • The reason for the visit is to verify that what the department submitted to the board is accurate. It’s not a chance to only show a glowing happy-face with no issues. They want to hear honest feedback and constructive criticism from the students.
    • Starting this fall, Dr Molaro will schedule coffee chats as a chance for students to talk directly with him about anything. There would be in-person and virtual meetings to accommodate students who can’t attend the in-person.
    • One of Dr Molaro’s goals is to get alums involved with programming
  • The following as noted are tabled until next month
  • -Student groups and activities as recruitment tools SGO Constitution (2 minutes)
    • SGO Constitution on blog: status
    • Should we review of the Constitution:
      • last revised in 2012
      • Review election process: unopposed seats & write-ins
      • GSAB representation – update who can be a rep?
      • Program meeting – chain of command/responsibility in the case that normal reps aren’t able to attend
    • Update committee positions
    • Clarify description of the Communications Officer (vs the partnership with MLIS Office Coordinator)

Committees – 5 minutes

    We’ll discuss committees next month- here’s what we know as of now:

  • Faculty Development – Faculty Chair is Dr. Dahlen.
  • Student Services – Faculty Chair is Dr. Lesniaski. Wendy Dickman is current rep, but will be graduating mid-year so a replacement will need to be recruited in the spring of 2018.
  • Facilities – Faculty Chair is Dr. Yoon.
  • Curriculum – Faculty Chair is Dr. Yukawa. Deb Eschweiler is current rep, will be stepping down if replacement can be recruited in Fall 2017.
  • Program Meeting – Heather Carroll and/or Deb Eschweiler will begin attending program meetings in AY2017 as per the SGO Constitution
  • GSAB – First meeting is Sept 20th. GSAB has requested that all student groups have a representative. Kallie Schell has contacted Deb E and has identified herself as the PLG rep for GSAB. SAA and SLA are already represented by the current reps. We need to recruit an ALA rep! They ALWAYS have excellent food!

Business Cards – 2 minutes

    We’ll discuss committees next month

  • Call for a lead to take over
  • Trish will add language to the “get funding” section of SGO website relating to this.

Open Forum – 3 minutes

What do you want to talk about? Anything we want student reps to tell committees?

Questions? Comments?

 

 

Meeting Minutes 5.11.17

Welcome/Introductions

Graduate Reception

  • Sign graduate cards
  • Monday, May 15th @ 6-8pm in CdC 401
  • Deb E. and maybe Heather will be handing out the cards

Financials

  • Funding Approvals – approved 1 student reimbursement and two catering requests
  • Treasury update – Allison Current
    • $6,966.78 → ~$5,900
  • Can’t fund IFLA because it’s part of a class

Student Groups

  • ALA – Tasha McLachlan
    • Gene Luen Yang event coming up
      • Applying for honorarium, working on fundraising for that
    • Two new officers: Rose Prullage – new Secretary and Lauren Cottrell – new Co-Chair
    • Having meetings on second Wednesday of the month in the fall
  • SLA – Sarah Larsen
    • Last meeting of the semester – May 18 at 5:15 in CdC 19. We’ll have some treats, wrap up the year and talk about next year’s plans
    • Our 2017-2018 officers have been elected. They are:
      • President: Janis Shearer
      • Vice-President: Sarah Larsen
      • Secretary and Treasurer: Amy Werner
  • SAA – Kristell Benson
    • Wondering if SGO would be willing to help plan e-Portfolio panel and bowling social event
    • Looking for suggestions from students for events and places to tour
    • Need help with community projects – digitizing WARM Journals and going through mail art for MCBA
      • Contact saa@stkate.edu for details!
    • No June meeting – Historically Accurate Costume Party May 23rd @ 8pm – please RSVP!
    • New Co-Presidents: Zach and Heather
  • PLG – Lauren Cottrell
    • Just had mailing party yesterday – journals are sent out
    • Talked about Gene Yang event
    • May have meetings twice per month on Thursdays in the Fall

Committees

  • Faculty Development – Antonio Backman
  • Student Services – Wendy Dickman
    • Not meeting this year
    • Main things on the agenda would be managing the vetting of the research award and perhaps touching base on the orientation for new summer students
    • Possible idea for next year: coordinate all the scholarship offerings so applications are due at the same time so students wouldn’t be faced with different deadlines
    • Thinking about accreditation, one way SGO could be involved is to have informal sessions on what reaccreditation is, the process, etc. etc.– so students have an informed view of the overall process prior to the accred team visit
  • Facilities – Kristell Benson
  • Curriculum – Deb Eschweiler
    • At Faculty meeting, approved the new vision, mission and values of program
  • Program Meeting – Lauren Cottrell (backup: Deb Eschweiler)
    • All computers on campus are getting updated to Windows 10 over the summer
    • Administration recommended programs not spend $ on food providers other than Sodexo
    • Graduate Reception coming up
  • GSAB update – Allison Current, Deb Eschweiler, Janis Shearer
    • Bacon was served
    • Discussed how GSAB could be more engaging next year – cross-engagement between programs

Business Cards

  • From Zach: will get them done by the end of May.

Orientation

  • Thursday, June 1st, 7-9pm – student group leaders should plan to be there – 1 or 2 reps
    • Check with Prof. Lesniaski to see what time to arrive
  • 10-11 students taking 7010 this summer

Open Forum

What do you want to talk about? Anything we want student reps to tell committees?

 

There are university events that graduate students might want to be aware of that aren’t publicized to use (e.g., headshots for undergrads at the graduation rehearsal).

 

Dew Drop Bop is tomorrow! 30th Anniversary!
Questions? Comments?

Meeting Minutes 4.13.17

Welcome/Introductions

Elections

  • Winner:
    • Treasurer: Trish Vaillancourt
    • Communications Officer: Janis Shearer
    • Co-Chairs: Deb Eschweiler & Heather Carroll
  • Sam will email current officers and new officers to begin training

Financials

  • Funding Approvals – 3 approvals
  • Treasury update – Allison Current
    • $6,062.78 → $6,966.78

GSAB General Fund

  • Two general fund proposals:
    • Lighting on campus: $1,500
      • MLIS Program not contributing
    • Community garden: tabled for now
  • To general fund: $250

Graduate Reception

  • Need someone to hand out cards at the graduate reception – Deb E. will do it, maybe Heather C.
  • Monday, May 15th @ 6-8pm
  • Sam will handle putting cards together

Student Groups

  • ALA – Tasha McLachlan
    • ALA Conversations will be held on Saturday, April 22nd from 12:15- 1:30 in CdC 20.  It will be an informal conversation with recent grads about the field and job market.  There will be pizza!
    • MLIS Summit is coming up
    • Gene Luen Yang event is coming up June 12th (see fliers in classroom for more info) – they need some help coming up with fundraising ideas so let Chayse know if you have any!
    • There is a scholarship available to go to ALA Annual!  Again, see flier in every classroom
    • MLA session proposals are due May 1st (Link to info)
    • Elections are coming up!  Email Chayse for more information on Co-chair and Secretary positions (he will probably also send out an email, but has been having some email issues)
  • SLA – Sarah Larsen
    • Our Spring 2017 Information Professionals Panel was on Monday and we had an excellent discussion with our panelists. We hope to have notes/photos up on our blog this weekend.
    • We are accepting nominations for leadership positions until April 17. Email stkatesla@gmail.com if you are interested.
    • Our next meeting is April 20 at 5:15 in CdC 19.
  • SAA – Kristell Benson
    • ePortolio panel two Mondays ago
      • 22 people attended
      • Great discussion – Tony and Joyce were great
      • Should include this information in 7010
      • Side note: SGO should start hosting these programs (ePortfolio, Job Seeker Panel, etc.)
    • Job Seeker panel went well – 18 student attended
      • May split into two events next time between panel and one-on-one conversations
    • Officer elections going on now – please vote
    • New SAA internship directory on both national and student group website
    • Two new projects: Minnesota Center for Book Arts & WARM Project Journals
    • TCART still accepting scholarship applications
  • PLG – Lauren Cottrell
    • Next meeting April 26 @ 5:00pm in CdC 5
    • School Supplies Drive April 18-30
      • Really need backpacks and calculators. Will also take notebooks, pencils, folders etc
      • Bring supplies to box in the MLIS lounge
      • Will be donating supplies to School Tools Drive, which provides numerous outreach programs throughout the area with the supplies to distribute to students who need them
      • Partnering with campus ministry, who will have collections at their weekend services
    • Working on updating social media feeds
    • New positions: Kallie Schell taking over Twitter, Lauren Cottrell taking over as Secretary

Committees

  • Faculty Development – Antonio Backman
    • Demonstration of Google Classroom by Dr. Molaro (to see if other faculty would utilize it)
    • Sarah’s grad assistant Chayse has been updating the evaluation for faculty performance
  • Student Services – Wendy Dickman
  • Facilities – Kristell Benson
  • Curriculum – Deb Eschweiler
  • Program Meeting – Lauren Cottrell (backup: Deb Eschweiler)
    • Revising vision and mission statement – bring to Summit for feedback
    • Poster Fair at the Summit
      • Two judges (Sook and Tony) will judge posters and determine a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner
      • Main categories are content, organization, and appearance.
    • New program website is now live
      • Plan to add all student officers to the student representative section.
      • Groups should check the Student Organizations tab to make sure the links to their sites are correct.
      • If you have an event coming up it can be posted on the site.
  • GSAB update – Allison Current, Deb Eschweiler, Janis Shearer

Business Cards

  • From Zach: I plan to get the templates and design instructions (concerning font, text size, coloring, etc.) done over the weekend, so should have them to you by sometime next week.

Orientation

  • Thursday, June 1st, 7-9pm – student group leaders should plan to be there
  • 10-11 students taking 7010 this summer

Open Forum

What do you want to talk about? Anything we want student reps to tell committees?

 

Questions? Comments?

Meeting Minutes 3.9.17

Welcome/Introductions

New Program Director Hiring Panel

  • The administration is looking for two students to sit on an interview committee for the new Program Director
  • Interviewing Dr. Joyce Yukawa and Dr. Tony Molaro on Monday, April 3, from 1:00-4:00pm
  • Would get job description, statements of interest, and CVs from Tony and Joyce
  • Should not solicit other students’ opinions; judge solely based on interviews and CV
  • Students will listen in and fill out a form to send to Dean Joann Bangs anonymously with their evaluations
  • Anyone interested contact Heidi Hammond, hkhammond@stkate.edu
  • Deb Eschweiler will do it

Multicultural Graduate Student Group

  • Multicultural graduate student group across all graduate programs
  • Janis Shearer starting – announcing at GSAB next week
  • There will be a survey going out to students who identify as a racial/ethnic group asking for feedback

Business Cards

Elections

  • Still collecting nominations
  • 2 nominations for Chair and Communications Officer; 1 nomination for Treasurer
  • Nominees for Chair and Communications Officer will give 30-second pitches at next SGO Meeting on Thursday, April 13.
  • Write up pitches to send out with election Google Form
  • April 14 – 28: elections
  • April 29: winners announced!

St. Kate’s Circulation – Student Facebook Group

  • New Communications Officer responsibility: invite new students to the FB group every semester
  • Include in orientation materials?

Financials

  • Funding Approvals – 1 student approved
  • Treasury update – Allison Current
    • $6,222.87 → $6,062.78

Professional Associations Fair

  • Student groups invited!
  • When: Monday, April 24, 5-6pm (first hour of MLIS Summit)
  • Where: St. Catherine University, Coeur de Catherine Building, 3rd Floor Atrium
  • This will be an opportunity for your organization to collaborate with your state chapter counterparts while educating fellow students on your organization’s opportunities for networking and professional development.
  • Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/uUEKDi86hOD8GNuk1
  • Also related to re-accreditation: make sure your websites are updated with correct information

Student Groups

  • ALA – Tasha McLachlan
    • Next meeting is March 14th in CdC 18 @ 5:15pm
    • ALA national presidential elections coming up soon – any member can vote
    • Can still get early bird rates for ALA Annual in Chicago
  • SLA – Sarah Larsen
    • Moved March meeting to next Wednesday, March 15 in CdC 20 @ 5:15
    • Currently accepting applications for $1,000 SLA Conference Scholarship
      • Applications due April 7
    • Spring Information Professionals Panel
      • April 10th @ 6:00pm in CdC 19
      • MIA librarian, Target product taxonomist
    • MIA having an Edible Book Festival on Sunday, April 2nd, 12-4pm      
      • Location: Minneapolis Institute of Art, Target Wing 1st floor, Friends Community Room.
      • If you have a taste for books, join us at the Minneapolis Institute of Art for a free family-friendly event hosted by Mia’s Library Affinity Group.
      • Submit your own entry to be judged, or just stop by, enjoy refreshments, and cast your ballot for the winner in the People’s Choice category.
      • For information about the event or submission guidelines, please refer to Mia’s website at: https://new.artsmia.org/event/edible-book-festival-2017/
      • The submission form & guidelines are on Mia’s website at: at: https://new.artsmia.org/event/edible-book-festival-2017/
      • Accepting submissions from students – must be at least 75% edible, must resemble a book
    • Looking for leadership for next year
  • SAA – Kristell Benson
    • Will begin taking nominations for SAA officer positions (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Media Relations Officer, and SGO Liaison) starting on March 15th.
      • Duties of each officer can be found on the website (stkatessaa.wordpress.com) under About > Constitution > Article IV.
      • An officer position is a great way to gain and/or practice leadership skills, network with local LIS professionals, and collaborate with the other MLIS student organizations.
      • Nominations can be emailed to saa@stkate.edu.
    • Please take the ePortfolio Panel survey: https://docs.google.com/a/stkate.edu/forms/d/18v_76i0BkqaRPWZhqOnEBTUX30THusldRFXQBd9UDqM/viewform?edit_requested=true
    • Meeting on Monday, March 13 is going to be at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts by Jenny Shaw. Happy hour at Grumpy’s afterwards
    • March 27: job search panel of archivists and other professionals, one-on-one meetings afterwards
  • PLG – Lauren Cottrell
    • Next meeting March 15 @ 5:00pm in CdC 5 – may send out Doodle poll soon to see what times/dates work better for people
    • School Supplies Drive week of Monday, March 27 – April 9
      • Really need backpacks and calculators
      • Will also take notebooks, pencils, etc.
      • Bring to the MLIS lounge
      • May partner with Campus Ministries on that

Committees

  • Faculty Development – Antonio Backman
  • Student Services – Wendy Dickman
  • Facilities – Kristell Benson
  • Curriculum – Deb Eschweiler
    • Finalizing advising pathways
    • Combining User Services & Literacy and Learning; Information Science & Digital Libraries
    • Revising Program Guiding Principles document to become our Value Statement
  • Program Meeting – Lauren Cottrell (backup: Deb Eschweiler)
    • Want students to sign up for student poster fair
    • Discussed website/accreditation
  • GSAB update – Allison Current, Deb Eschweiler, Janis Shearer
    • President coming next week
    • Had baked potato bar

MLIS Student Poster Fair

  • Monday, April 24 in the CdC 3rd floor ballroom (in conjunction with MLIS Summit)
  • All students invited to participate
  • First 10 people to sign up will get a free poster board
  • Groups or orgs can sign up, too
  • RSVP here by April 14: https://goo.gl/forms/AgcanIFmZDnTOxgT2

Mentorship Program

  • Met on March 4
  • Matches have been made: 13 mentors and 11 mentees

Reaching Out to Online MLIS Programs

Open Forum

What do you want to talk about? Anything we want student reps to tell committees?

 

Questions? Comments?