Kimberly Jackson is the recipient of a scholarship awarded by the Hawaii Library Association. A spring 2015 graduate of the LIS Program with an MLISc degree and a certificate in Historic Preservation, Kimberly is currently serving as an intern at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. She is working in the Preservation and Reformatting Division under the Preservation Directorate. Continue reading
Jennifer Losalio has received a $2,000 scholarship from the Friends of the Libraries, Kona, to continue her LIS education. Jennifer just completed her second year in the MLISc program. She was recently hired as a Library Technician V at Kailua-Kona Public Library. In her new position, she says she is “enjoying familiarizing patrons with our print and electronic resources, assisting the branch manager with developing the adult collection, and assisting branch librarians with programming.” Jennifer hopes to use her degree to become a youth services librarian with the Hawaii State Public Library System.
Carolyn Kirio (1994 alumna) has garnered the 2015 Information Technology Pathfinder Award for Kapolei Middle School Library. This coveted award is presented by the American Association of School Librarians and sponsored by Follett. Carolyn also received a proclamation from Governor David Ige for her award.