MI News

Corporate Librarianship in Motion: An Interview with Beth Middleton Rizzotti MLS, ‘91

Beth Rizzotti earned her Master of Library Science at SC&I in 1991. While a graduate student, she took an internship that developed into a full-time position which in turn led to a decades-long career with her current employer, Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH). Having this experience prompts Beth to advise students to start networking from their very first day at SC&I.

A Conversation with Tawfiq Ammari

Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science Tawfiq Ammari joined the faculty last month. In our conversation with him, he discusses his research, which lies at the intersection of Social Computing, Data Science, and Science, Technology, and Society studies (STS).

A New Definition for Diverse Books

In two recent papers, SC&I faculty member E.E. Lawrence explores the reasons it is critical to develop a new definition for diverse books, offers a new definition, and explains why books defined as diverse must “advance informational justice for oppressed persons in particular.”