American Society for Information Science & Technology Student Chapter (RU ASIS&T)
The American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) is a national organization devoted to the creation, organization, dissemination and application of knowledge concerning information and its transfer. Rutgers University ASIS&T (RUASIS&T) is one of the student chapters of this organization. In addition to the RUASIS&T chapter, New Jersey also has a state chapter (NJASIS) that works closely with RUASIS&T.
Faculty advisor: Dr. Lilia Pavlovsky
Library and Information Science Student Association (LISSA)
LISSA is the Rutgers' student chapter of the American Library Association. You do not need to apply to LISSA, all LIS students are automatically members. It is up to you to decide if you want to be an active and contributing member of LISSA.
Faculty advisor: Dr. Kay Cassell
Special Libraries Association - Rutgers University Student Group (RUSLA)
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) is an international professional association that represents information resource experts. SLA has nearly 15,000 members who work in special libraries serving business, research, government, universities, newspapers, museums, and institutions that use or produce specialized information.
Faculty advisors: Claire McInerney & Jana Varlejs
Web Site: http://rusla.rutgers.edu
Student College, Academic, and Research Library Association (SCARLA)
A new student organization beginning 2011-12, for those with an interest in academic libraries. For information, contact co-presidents Miraida Morales and Natasha Ermolaev.
Faculty advisor: Marie Radford
Web Site: http://scarla.rutgers.edu/
Student Organization for Unique and Rare Collections Everywhere (SOURCE)
SOURCE (founded November 2000) addresses the interest of students who wish to learn more about archives, rare books, special collections, digital archiving, manuscripts, records management, museums and preservation.
Faculty advisor: Marija Dalbello
Rutgers Association of School Librarians (RASL)
The Rutgers Association of School Librarians was started during the Summer of 2004. Our group aims to provide helpful and timely information to students interested in becoming a school librarian.
Faculty advisor: Ross Todd