:: Everyone is Welcome!
All students, former students, or other members of the community are cordially invited to attend all ALA-SC programs.
|American Library Association
University of Hawaii Student Chapter
Here is a great opportunity to help support future librarians. As a fund raiser, the ALA Student Chapter is proud to announce that it is selling plastic-lined thermal travel mugs. Some reasons why we are excited about this mug:
Prices are very reasonable: one for $10, two for$18. A sample, along with order forms, ARE ON DISPLAY NOW in Bilger 319.
How can you get a hold of these mugs? Contact either Joyce Tokuda (email@example.com) or Karen Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) in person or by email. Alternatively, fill out and mail the attached order form to receive mugs by mail, or drop it in the ALA-SC mailbox in the LIS office.
Payment can be made by check (made out to ALA-SC) or cash, and we will have the mugs on campus for easy pick-up.
Thank you for your continued support of librarianship,
ALA-SC Fund Raising Committee
[Saturday November 1st, 6:00PM-9:00PM in the Queen Lili'uokalani Student Center, Room 412]
ALA-SC will provide FREE PIZZA, drinks and fun! Potluck items are very welcome. Here's a chance to extend your Halloween celebrations, get your spook on, and possibly win the costume contest, so don't forget to wear one!
[Thursday September 18th, 11:00AM-12:30PM at Bilger Hall, Room 319]
Professor and LIS Dean Emeritus, Miles Jackson, will speak about his upcoming documentary film "Holding Fast the Dream: Hawai'i's African American Experience." A clip from the documentary, which concerns the history of Hawaii’s African Americans, will be shown.
Dr. Jackson has published extensively on the subject, including the books: And They Came: A Brief History of Blacks in Hawaii, and They Followed the Trade Winds: African Americans in Hawaii.
[Thursday September 18th, 3:45-5:00 at Ba-Le Restaurant in Hemenway Hall]
ALA-SC is inviting all LIS students to happy hour gathering! FREE PUPUS provided by ALA-SC.