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Lindstadt has joined ASPEN as a postdoctoral associate, and she will assist the project in its aim to ensure New Jersey policymakers’ decisions are informed by relevant research, in order to ultimately implement universal adolescent mental health screening in New Jersey public schools.
Nikolaos Linardopoulos, associate teaching professor at SC&I, explains how he worked with Rutgers to transform the public speaking course so it could be offered remotely.
Lawrence, E. (2020). "On the Problem of Oppressive Tastes in the Public Library." Journal of Documentation 76(5), 1091-1107.
Lawrence, E. (in press). "Category Romances, Cozy Mysteries, and Civic Virtues: Justifying the promotion of popular fiction in the public library." Library Quarterly.
Lawrence, E. (in press). "The Trouble with Diverse Books, Part I: On the limits of conceptual analysis for political negotiation in Library & Information Science." Journal of Documentation.
Lawrence, E. (in press). "The Trouble with Diverse Books, Part II: An informational pragmatic analysis." Journal of Documentation.
In “Organizing Inclusion,” a new book edited by Professor Marya Doerfel and former SC&I faculty member Jennifer Gibbs, the authors “challenge all of us to rethink our own role in perpetuating racist systems and how we can change that with both individual-level and structural changes.”