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UNYSLA Business Meeting followed by Happy Hour in Syracuse

UNYSLA Business Meeting followed by Happy Hour in Syracuse

You’re invited to the annual business meeting of Upstate New York Chapter of SLA on September 22nd at 4 pm. This meeting will be held virtually and will cover what is happening in our Upstate chapter including the upcoming chapter election, opportunities to help build your network of special librarians in your area, financial standing and details about our Spring 2018 conference. This is a great opportunity for members to attend our chapter meetings with the ease of remote participation. RSVP is appreciated by September 15th to Ruth Owens (rmowens@esf.edu).

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Elaine Lasda Bergman Receives 2016 UNYSLA Member Merit Award!

Elaine Lasda Bergman Receives 2016 UNYSLA Member Merit Award!

Elaine Lasda Bergman was presented with the 2016 Upstate New York SLA (UNYSLA) Chapter Member Merit Award at the UNYSLA conference on October 21, 2016.  For those that don’t know Elaine, she is the Subject Librarian for Social Welfare, Gerontology, and the Dewey Library Reference collection at the Dewey Graduate Library at the University of Albany.  She holds a B.A. in History from the SUNY College at Oswego, an M.L.S. from the University at Albany, and Master’s-level Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science from Syracuse University.

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