Monday, November 12, 2012

UNCG Libraries' Faculty Continue to Serve the Community in a Variety of Ways



Reference Librarian Steve Cramer is doing some training at the Chamber of Commerce next Wednesday as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. His course will be Marketing Research Tools to Grow Your Business at Greensboro Entrepreneur on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM (EST). Register at http://gewnov14mrt-rest.eventbrite.com/

The North Carolina Library Association held the 2012 Leadership Institute on October 25th thru October 28th at the Caraway Conference Center. The mission of the Leadership Institute is as follows:

"The Mission of the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) Leadership Institute is to create opportunities for learning and skill building in leadership and mentoring. The Institute will cultivate an improved understanding of self and others, while inspiring participants to serve in leadership roles within the profession at local, state and national levels"

The University Libraries were well represented by four of our library faculty; Mike Crumpton, Assistant Dean for Administrative Services, led the planning committee that created the mission and logo and planned the program. Steve Cramer, Business Librarian and Gerald Holmes, Reference Librarian and Diversity Coordinator are serving as Group Mentors, each working with a group of participants on activities planned for the next year leading up to the biennial conference in October in Winston-Salem. And Amy Harris, Reference Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator was selected as a participant of the institute and will graduate at conference with her group and a completed leadership project.



 

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