Representatives from five regional research institutions participated in a day-long program at the University of Delaware Library on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, to exchange information and share best practices related to post-master’s residency programs. The five institutions included Georgetown University, Rutgers University, Towson University, the University of Delaware and the University of Pennsylvania. Library residency programs provide early career development and professional work experience for new librarians with graduate degrees from programs accredited by the American Library Association. Research library residency programs serve to recruit new librarians from underrepresented groups and create professional opportunities in specializations such as science, law, and health science librarianship.
Pictured from left to right: Julie Brewer, Coordinator Personnel and Staff Development, University of Delaware Library; Douglas McGee, Assistant Director for Engineering & Physical Sciences Libraries, University of Pennsylvania; Monifa Carter, Affiliate Assistant Librarian and Pauline A. Young Resident, University of Delaware Library; Caroline Caviness, RUL/SCILS Diversity Resident, Rutgers University Libraries; Carrie Bertling Disclafani, Reference and Instruction Librarian for Emerging Technologies, Towson University; Peggy Fry, Interim Director, Georgetown University Law Library; Refugio Ramirez, Resident Librarian, Georgetown University Law Library; Candice Galindo, Eugene Garfield Resident Librarian, University of Pennsylvania; Lila Fredenburg, Director of Administrative Services, Rutgers University Libraries; and Shannon Simpson, Resident Librarian, Towson University.
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