Each fall, SLIS Week affords students and faculty the chance to come together to share their work, hobnob, network, and join in celebration of our stellar library school. The 2010 edition of SLIS week kicks off on Monday, October 18 in the SLIS Commons with an informational session for prospective master's students and continues throughout the week with presentations from the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture, SLIS faculty, student groups focused on community engagement and service, and individual student research and practicum experience. A reception Friday afternoon will cap the week's festivities, bringing together students, alumni, faculty, advisory council members and friends in conviviality and recognition of the program's past, present and future.
Full schedule (all events in the SLIS Commons, 4th floor of Helen C. White Hall):
4:30-5:30pm, Monday October 18: Information session for prospective students
Noon-1pm, Tuesday October 19: Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture open house
Noon-1pm, Wednesday October 20: Faculty forum
Noon-1pm, Thursday October 21: Community engagement showcase
2:30-4pm, Friday October 22: Exhibit walkabout
4-6pm, Friday October 22: Reception