SIS Alumni Success Stories
Why get a Masters in IS? Several years ago this degree program was referred to as the “Library School” where students interested in becoming librarians came to study and learn about their profession. Today the school offers education and professional preparation for a greatly expanded list of professions and jobs in a variety of work environments.
To get a glimpse of the potential jobs and places of employment for our graduates, take a look at this site, http://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major/information-and-library-sciences/. Our website contains a great deal of information about the program, potential financial assistance and how to go about applying.
|Name||Job Title||Place of Employment||Year Graduated|
|Katie Archambault||Director of Research||Emma Willard School, Troy, NY||2003|
|Arsev Aydinoglu||Postdoctoral Program Fellow||NASA’s Astrobiology Institute (NAI)||2011|
|Jeannine Hunter||Writer||Children’s National Health System||2005|
|Anne Langley||Head Librarian, Lewis Library||Princeton University||1993|
|Lucy Park||Patent Searcher||US Patent & Trademark Office||1996|
|Gloria Sharrar||Retired Senior Vice President, Technology & Operations||Business Continuity for Bank of America||1982|