Stop being Busy and Start being Productive The Internet and social media are filled with posts, memes, and images about “the grind.” This belief system that doing more is the minimum and doing less is unforgivable only leads to burnout Continue reading Webinar: Stop being Busy and Start being Productive
Please note the following communication from UMD Department of Transportation Services. WMATA recently announced that SafeTrack Surge #14 will include the complete closure of the College Park Metro Station from Saturday, April 15 through Saturday, April 29. “Free shuttle buses Continue reading IMPORTANT: College Park Metro Closure
Watch President Loh talk about the the upcoming opening of the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center and highlight all the awesome projects Terps have undertaken across campus and beyond. Let’s go Terps!! Link to YouTube
Nancy Lovas, a second-year iSchool student recently authored a guest-post on Hack Library School, a collaborative blog written by LIS students. She is in the Individualized Program Plan and a Research and Teaching Fellow in the University Libraries and the Continue reading iSchool Student Showcases IPP on Hack Library School
Tax Questions Answered Tax Day is April 18th! February 21st, 12:30pm – 1:30pm Preparing your taxes may be complicated, but it’s not impossible. Learn what forms to use, how long to keep your documents, where to file as an out-of-state Continue reading Lunch and Learn: Tax Questions Answered
Graduate Student Life is proud to announce our Graduate Student Housing Raffle in collaboration with Seven Springs Apartments. We are giving grads the opportunity to WIN FREE HOUSING FOR A YEAR – including utilities and parking! Seven Springs boasts an outdoor pool, tennis courts, Continue reading Graduate Student Housing Raffle!
Here’s the next Lunch & Learn Workshop: Saving & Budgeting, Make the Most of Every Penny When: Tuesday, February 7th, 12:30pm – 1:30pm Where: Margaret Brent A, #2112, Stamp Grad school is not a time-out period from your financial life. Continue reading Lunch and Learn Workshops- February 7 and 14, 2017
Beth St. Jean is an Assistant Professor in the iSchool and the Assistant Director of the Information Policy and Access Center (iPAC). She is from Westfield, MA and she holds a BA in Mathematics from Smith College and an MLS Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Beth St. Jean
Welcome back iSchool students! Get excited for the upcoming semester as you meet new instructors and colleagues, discover interesting opportunities, and strengthen your mind tackling new challenges and projects. Just a reminder, the iSchool faculty and staff are here for you! Stop by Continue reading Welcome back students! Here’s to Spring 2017!
Jasbir Thiara is the Academic Advisor for the iSchool. She is from Sacramento, CA and holds an MS in Counseling from California State University, Sacramento. What project is taking up the most of your time right now? Can you tell Continue reading Staff Spotlight- Jasbir Thiara