Scholarship

We are very excited to announce the winners of the ACRL/NY 2014 Symposium Student Scholarship! The winners are:

Dominique BortmasDominique Bortmas earned her degree in Honors English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from The Ohio State University in 2013. She is enrolled in her third semester of Kent State University’s Masters of Library and Information Science program, and plans to graduate in August 2015. Currently, she is employed as Florida State University’s Monographs and Metadata Specialist.

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Arden Kirkland

@ardeninred

Arden Kirkland is an MSLIS candidate at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, where she has already completed a CAS in Digital Libraries. Her love for digital collections grew out of an initiative she has led to provide access to a small research collection of historic clothing at Vassar College, using the Omeka platform. Arden’s MSLIS work builds upon her MFA, building digital collections for teaching with material culture and helping communities in the Arts and Humanities to recognize the value of their research data and make it available for inter-disciplinary and inter-institutional reuse.

Portfolio  |  Blog  |  Twitter  |  LinkedIn

Allison Piazza

@APinLibraryland

Allison Piazza is a graduate student at Pratt Institute’s School of Information and Library Science (SILS). She is a 2014 intern with Columbia University’s Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS), conducting a study to evaluate the special Institutional Repository needs of Columbia’s digital humanities scholars. Her interests include medical librarianship and scholarly communication.

Portfolio  |  Twitter

Freya Yost

@freyaridgway

Freya Yost is currently a graduate student at Pratt Institute studying Information and Library Science. She is particularly interested in art librarianship and government information. In addition to her studies, she is an Archivist at the Civitella Ranieri Foundation and is in the middle of a year-long internship at the Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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