University Libraries to Host Library Diversity Institute Program

UNC Greensboro’s University Libraries in collaboration with the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance was awarded a $211,783 Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant in April of 2018 to pilot a national Library Diversity Institute program that addresses the needs of professionally underrepresented racial and ethnic groups and broadly advances diversity in U. S. academic libraries.

Dr. Martin Halbert, Dean of University Libraries, serves as the principal investigator and overall project director of the IMLS grant, and Gerald Holmes, Reference Librarian and Diversity Residency Coordinator, serves as the project co-principal investigator.

UNCG University Libraries will develop and deliver two institutes for incoming ACRL diversity residents to improve their chances of successfully finding and keeping a job, as well as encourage professional networking. An ongoing open access publication "Journal of Library Diversity and Residency Studi…

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