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University Librarian Wins Elizabeth Futas Catalyst for Change Award

The American Library Association has announced HNU University Librarian Karen G. Schneider as the winner of the 2014 Elizabeth Futas Catalyst for Change Award. The award is a biannual recognition by the American Library Association honoring a librarian who takes … Continue reading

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Ransom Joins ALA Emerging Leaders Program

Librarian for Research and Electronic Resources Daniel Ransom is one of 56 individuals selected to participate in the American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leaders program for 2014. “To me, selection represents an opportunity to showcase the energy and positive spirit … Continue reading

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Daniel Ransom Selected to Participate in ALA Emerging Leaders Program

Daniel Ransom, an instructional librarian at the Paul J. Cushing Library, Holy Names University, is among 56 people selected to participate in the American Library Association’s (ALA) 2014 Emerging Leaders program. The program enables library staff and information workers to … Continue reading

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Grant Allows Library to Expand Information Literacy Services

The Paul J. Cushing Library is one of only 14 institutions nationwide to receive a 2013 Sparks! Ignition Grant for Libraries and Museums. The grant, which was awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) in the amount … Continue reading

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ACE Fellow to Present at Cushing Series

Dr. Steven Yao, the 2012–2013 American Council of Education Fellow at Holy Names University, will show slides and discuss poetry relating to the Angel Island Immigration Station at a Cushing Library Salon Series event on January 30. Between 1910 and … Continue reading

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