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Jan Kamiya HI Librarian of the Year 2015

Congratulations to Jan Kamiya on being selected by the Friends of the Library of Hawaii and co-sponsor Native Books Na Mea Hawaii as Librarian of the Year for 2015! Jan is a graduate of the UHM LIS Program, an adjunct faculty member for LIS, and librarian at McCully – Moʻiliʻili public library. She began her […]

UHM LIS Program Re-accredited by ALA

Dr. Gazan, who attended the ALA Mid-Winter 2016 conference to represent the UHM LIS Program before the ALA Committee on Accreditation wrote from Boston to say: I’m very happy to report that ALA has granted us continuing accreditation for the maximum seven year period. Many of you took time to answer surveys, meet with the […]

Dr. Gazan named Visiting Researcher at NASA Ames

As part of his Spring 2016 sabbatical, Dr. Rich Gazan will work with the NASA Astrobiology Institute at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA, to develop metrics and visualizations of interdisciplinary science based on the analysis of research publications focused on life in the universe. Building on previous work, this project will help […]

Dr. Asato Appointed to the International Information & Library Review Editorial Board

Dr. Noriko Asato was invited to join the editorial board of International Information & Library Review. A peer reviewed quarterly journal published by the Taylor & Francis Group, the journal has served information scientists and librarians all over the world for more than twenty years. Routledge/Taylor and Francis’ library and information science journals use the […]

Wrayna Fairchild Receives Teacher Innovator Award

LIS student Wrayna Fairchild was one of ten educators nationwide to be selected by The Henry Ford organization as recipients of the Teacher Innovator Award. The award recognizes educators who are inspiring innovation, creativity, problem solving and critical thinking among their students.

Kylie Kaʻeo Receives ALA Spectrum Scholarship

Congratulations to LIS student Kylie Kaʻeo on her 2015 ALA Spectrum Scholarship! ALA’s official announcement states: A prestigious committee of ten jurors selected this year’s Spectrum Scholars based on their commitment to diversity, commitment to entering the library profession, demonstrated community outreach, academic ability and achievements and leadership potential.