Question on LRS V fellowship eligibility:
One of the eligible categories is for "junior faculty" but then the
qualification goes on to state specifically someone who earned their degree
within the last 5 years.
But the two are not mutually exclusive.
I am a junior faculty member in a tenure-track appointment, but I am further
out than 5 years from earning my PhD. In this instance, which is the
BTW I have submitted a paper for presentation.
Anthony Bernier, Ph.D.
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0029
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Subject: FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR LIBRARY RESEARCH SEMINAR V
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INTEGRATING PRACTICE AND RESEARCH
LIBRARY RESEARCH SEMINAR V
October 6-9, 2010
College Park, Maryland
Applications Due March 31, 2010
The fifth Library Research Seminar (LRS-V) will bring together a diverse
community of scholars from academia and practitioners from libraries and
archives who are interested in research that informs policy-making,
decision-making, and best practices. Participants will share research
projects and explore ways to develop future research agenda, refine research
methods, and facilitate successful completion of research projects.
Participants who are practicing information professionals in libraries,
archives, information centers and knowledge centers will learn about
evidence-based ideas that they can put into practice.
The LRS-V Program Committee invites students, junior faculity and
practitioners to apply for fellowships to attend the conference. Funding for
fellowships is provided by the Institute of Miuseum and Library Services
(IMLS). There will be 10 fellowships in each of the three categories.
Individuals who receive fellowships will be asked to perform a service for
the conference. Service choices are:
1. Presenting a paper at the conference (Proposals must be submitted by
March 15, 2010. See conference website for more information
2. Writing a blog about the conference
3. Assisting with logistics of the conference for 6 hours
4. Other (the individual may specify)
See conference website for more information and to download an application
Deadline for applications: March 31, 2010
Winners notified: May 15, 2010
Dates of conference: October 6-9, 2010
LRS-V co-chairs: Diane L. Barlow and Trudi Bellardo Hahn, University of
Conference Presenting Sponsors:
Library Research Roundtable of the American Library Association
Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
LRS-V Conference Coordinator