Congratulations, soon to be graduates! You probably have a lot of questions, and, with a large group completing degrees this spring, we are here
Mary G. Thompson I’m really excited for the release of my second middle grade novel, Escape from the Pipe Men!, and to be able
In the March issues of Catholic Library World, Dr. Kevin Rioux published an article titled Teaching Social Justice in an Information Literacy Course: An
November was a remarkable month for DLIS. Alumni, students, staff and friends celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the creation of DLIS at the New
The Department of Library and Information Science at St. John’s celebrated 75 years as a department at the New York City Municipal Archives on
On Thursday, November 7 members of the St. John’s DLIS community gathered to celebrate the 75 years of department success. Six professionals were identified
Alyse Hennig is a graduate of the DLIS program here at St. John’s and is currently an Assistant Archivist in the University Library Archives.
The Fall Symposium this year was a great success. Large alumni attendance coupled with eager students and excited staff participated in three informative sessions
Students from Dr. Angel’s LIS271 and LIS204 courses prepared poster presentations for display. Based on Academic Service-Learning projects with the Center for Migration Studies
The first track session of the symposium, moderated by Dr. Kevin Rioux, covered a range of topics related to digital literacy training and advocacy.