[PAST EVENT] W&M Libraries Faculty Scholar Information Session
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Learn more about the W&M Libraries' Faculty Scholar during an information session with Dean of University Libraries Carrie Cooper and past Faculty Scholars, Ann Marie Stock and Larry Leemis. The Libraries will be opening the application process for its next Faculty Scholar this spring.
William & Mary Libraries created the Faculty Scholar position in 2016 to support a tenured W&M faculty working full-time to advance a digital project while furthering library and institutional priorities. The Faculty Scholar works closely with library staff to advance new or existing research and make it accessible. Additionally, the Scholar supports the Dean of University Libraries and her cabinet to advance faculty-librarian partnerships, enhance collections, expand alumni relationships, and promote W&M Libraries to multiple constituencies.
The Scholar serves up to three academic years, during which W&M Libraries funds a replacement instructor in the department while the Scholar is on assignment in the Library.
At this session, attendees will be able to ask questions and hear directly from the past Faculty Scholars about their experiences and the projects they were able to accomplish.
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