University Libraries/LIS Lecture Series
About The University Libraries/LIS Lecture Series
The purpose of the University Libraries/LIS Lecture Series, inaugurated in 2005, is to bring lectures or seminars on topics that encourage dialogue about the issues, trends, and developments in librarianship and higher education to an audience of librarians, library staff and information studies students at UNC Greensboro. Topics are related to the Librarian and Information Science profession or the Libraries' services and collections. The events are jointly funded by LIS and University Libraries.
A planning committee including representatives from the University Libraries and the Library and Information Studies Department plans these events. Our thanks to Dean of University Libraries Rosann Bazirjian for initiating the formation of the committee.