A program titled, "Pipelines to the Library and Information World: UNC-Greensboro and UNC-Chapel Hill, featuring librarians, library educators and students from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and the University Libraries and the School of Information and Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill took place in the Davis Library at UNC-CH on Oct. 9, 2013.
The activities and initiatives related to diversity concerns were presented to a packed house. Presenters helped to deepen an understanding of the issues surrounding diversity and shared what each organization was doing to promote diversity.
The group poses for a photo after the presentation. From left to right, Dr. Clara Chu, chair and professor, Department of Library and Information Studies, UNC-G; Dr. Claudia Gollop, associate professor, SILS, UNC-CH; Barrye Brown, graduate student, SILS, UNC-CH; Kathy Bradshaw, human resources librarian, UNC-G; Dr. Nora Bird, assistant professor, UNC-G; Ericka Patillo, lecturer and doctoral student, SILS, UNC-CH; Dr. Barbara Wildemuth, associate dean for Academic Affairs, SILS, UNC-CH; Nataly Blas, divrsity resident librarian, UNC-G; and John D. Martin III, doctoral student, SILS, UNC-CH. Additional photos from the event are available on the SILS Flickr site.