• Beyond the Word: Exploring Diversity in Academic Library Residencies

  • Presenters
    • Quetzalli Barrientos, Resident Librarian, American University Library
    • Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, Mary P. Key Resident Librarian: Latin American Studies, The Ohio State Libraries
    • Twanna Hodge, Diversity Resident Librarian, University of Utah
    • Alyse Minter, Resident Librarian for Diversity and Innovation, Towson University
    • Anthony Wright de Hernandez, Resident Librarian and Diversity Outreach Librarian, Virginia Tech
    • Charlotte King Mills, Branch Manager, San Diego County Library-Spring Valley
    • Mark Puente, Director of Diversity and Leadership Programs, Association of Research Libraries
  • Description

    Academic residency programs for early career librarians have existed since 1984 to address a lack of diversity in the library profession. Despite their continuation and expansion, awareness of these programs and their structural makeup varies among library professionals. This panel will discuss and compare five new and established residency programs and the polysemous definition of diversity in the academic library.

  • Format
    Panel
  • Track
    • Personnel, Management, and Organization