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Alumni Reflections: Career

“I am certain I got my current position because of my experience in the Fellowship. I feel much more prepared for the instruction and research aspects of my faculty position because of the work I did in the Fellowship. I also feel much more keyed into the profession thanks to our discussions about conferences and ways to get involved in professional organizations, and that has also made me feel less like an impostor in my first real library job.” - 2016 Fellow

“Teaching is such an important part of academic librarianship. It has has been a required or preferred component of every job I applied for this year, and I think that being able to list my experience on my resume made me a more competitive applicant. “ - 2016 Fellow

“The Research and Teaching fellowship is the best preparation for applying to jobs that I could have asked for. It has made me competitive for library positions I wouldn't have been qualified for otherwise.” - 2017 Fellow

 

Meet the Fellows

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2018 Cohort 

Annie Dempsey

Annie is an MLIS student, a Research and Teaching Fellow, and a graduate assistant with the Department of Residential Facilities. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from the George Washington University.

   

Kelsey Diemand

Kelsey is an MLIS student, a graduate assistant at the Arts & Humanities Office of Student Affairs, and a Research & Teaching Fellow. She earned a B.A. in History from the University of New Hampshire. Her interests are U.S. History, digital curation, and making library and archival collections more accessible.

   

Tracee Haupt

Tracee is a HiLS student, a teaching assistant for the History Department, and a Research & Teaching Fellow. She holds a B.A. in History and Art History, and before beginning her graduate studies she spent several years in the book business. She is interested in helping students develop better research strategies and in making the library's collections more accessible.

   

Cecelia Vetter

Cecelia is an MLIS student, a graduate assistant for Instruction & Outreach for Special Collections & University Archives, and a Research & Teaching Fellow. She holds a BA in Art History and Archaeology from Washington University in St. Louis. Her professional interests include library social media, user instruction, and special collection exhibits.

   

Suzy Wilson

Suzy is an MLIS student specializing in Archives and Digital Curation, a graduate assistant in the College of Information Studies, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She holds a B.A. in History from James Madison University. Her professional interests include image rights, digitization, and information literacy.