The Student Advisory Board is now recruiting new members!

Do you have ideas about how the Libraries could better serve you? We want to hear from you!

 

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What is the Student Advisory Board?

As a member of the Libraries’ Student Advisory Board, you get to advise the University Libraries, including the Dean of University Libraries, the Directors, and others on matters related to our student services. Examples of things we cover in meetings are:

  • Student opinions on marketing strategies
  • Student opinions on Libraries’ website
  • Use of emerging technologies
  • Our selection of equipment and furniture
  • Library building issues
  • Reference services and workshops

Who can join?

Our members include both graduate and undergraduate students from all programs. Library student employees are welcome to participate as well as part-time and other non-traditional students. 

How much time do I need to commit?

  We meet up to three times a semester.
 

Where do we meet?

  This year we meet on Zoom.

Can I put this on my résumé?

  Yes, being a Student Advisory Board member is a great addition to your résumé!

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Student discussion in University Library
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Members of the Student Advisory Board, November 2019

Questions?

Please contact the co-chairs of the Student Advisory Board, Camille Chesley and Lauren Puzier