SLA Board of Directors Votes for Creation of SLA Academic Division

The 2008 SLA Board of Directors voted in December to approve the formation of the Academic Division of SLA.  As of 1 January 2009 this division is now officially accepting members.  To join the Academic Division of SLA, go to the online membership form and add this division to your membership. To join SLA and the Academic Division, fill out the membership form here. 

The scope of the Division is to focus on topics of interest to academic librarians from all subject disciplines. This division is committed to improving the quality of teaching and research at academic institutions by promoting collaborative opportunities between information professionals and the larger academic community. While other divisions are concerned with specific subject areas, the Academic Division covers topics of a general nature relevant to all academic librarians from all subject disciplines.

The proposed executive board is comprised of the following members:

  • Chair – Stacey Greenwell, University of Kentucky Libraries

  • Chair-Elect – Anna Burke, Babson College

  • Secretary – Christian Miller, Cornell University

  • Treasurer – Leoma Dunn, Thomas More College

More information on the scope of the Academic Division is available here. 

If you are interested in reviewing the board documents in full visit here. 

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