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Submit to the 2022 Theological Librarianship Student Essay Contest

Description: The editorial board of Theological Librarianship, an online, open access journal of Atla, invites submissions of original essays from graduate and undergraduate students. The winning essay will be published in the Fall 2022 issue of Theological Librarianship.  Submissions will be accepted from any student currently enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program, regardless of…

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Call for Student and Recent Graduate Poster Presentations: Historic New England’s 2022 Summit

Description: Historic New England is soliciting student and recent graduate poster presentations for the 2022 Historic New England Summit to be held at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA, October 13-14, 2022. This regional multi-disciplinary event will assemble provocative, informative and collaborative experts for a highly interactive conversation about how New England’s rich heritage is an…

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ArLiSNAP Blog Call for Post Writers

Description: The Blog Editors of Art Library Students & New ARLIS Professionals (ArLiSNAP) would like to invite guest writers to contribute to our blog: http://arlisnap.arlisna.org/  This writing opportunity is open to all! We welcome posts from art information paraprofessionals, professionals, students, and prospective art librarians! This could include anyone working with  visual and performing arts,…

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Call for submissions: Libri Best Student Research Paper Award 2022

Description: Since 1950, through 70 volumes, Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Studies has been a leader among scholarly journals in the international library and information science world. As part of its strategy to remain one of the premier library and information science journals, Libri is issuing a call for “Best Student Research Paper of 2022.” This competition…

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Call for proposals, Joint Annual Conference: Connection, Disconnection, Reconnection: How Are We Building Community Now?

Description: June 1 to June 3, 2022 Live Virtual Event No registration fee for speakers Community is at the heart of libraries, and our sense of community has been greatly impacted by the state of the world around us. We’ve disconnected in some ways and reconnected in others- what will we do next to build…

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ProPublica Conference Stipend Program

Description: Applications are now open for ProPublica’s 7th annual conference stipend program (formerly the Diversity Scholarship)! This year, with support from The Pudding, they are providing 25, need-based, $750 stipends for students to attend a journalism conference and to contribute toward journalism related expenses (in cases where conferences may be virtual).  All current students (undergraduate and graduate) are welcome…

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Consultant Services for Newspaper Digitization Project, Vernon Historical Society, Vernon, CT

Description: Summary– The Vernon Historical is a small volunteer-run historical society in the town of Vernon, Connecticut. Our museum and research library are located in the former Vernon Grange building. We want to have our collection of local newspapers digitized and made available to the public online. While the Society has the hardcopies of most…

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Call for Applications: Symposium: “Post-Pandemic Libraries: The Upcoming Era of Change”

Description: Library and Information Science students and faculty are eligible for scholarships to Friends of the National Library of Medicine (FNLM)’s upcoming symposium “Post-Pandemic Libraries: The Upcoming Era of Change“. Supported by generous funding from Elsevier, FNLM is offering 43 Registration Scholarships for iSchool or library faculty and students(valued at $85). In addition, Elsevier is…

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Breaking Barriers National Forum, Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) Symposium & Workshop

Description: BCALA invites students to take part in two exciting opportunities—a one-day Virtual Symposium plus a workshop at the 2022 ALA Annual Conference as part of BCALA’s Breaking Barriers National Forum series. The goal of this project is to ideate and create a national, virtual BCALA student organization. Who: Black/African American MLIS students What: Submit a 15-minute application to take part in forum…

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Black Caucus of ALA: Accepting Applications for Symposium & Workshop

Description: BCALA invites students to take part in two exciting opportunities—a one-day Virtual Symposium plus a workshop at the 2022 ALA Annual Conference as part of BCALA’s Breaking Barriers National Forum series. The goal of this project is to ideate and create a national, virtual BCALA student organization. Who: Black/African American MLIS students What: Submit a 15-minute application to take part in forum…

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