The OR-17 cohort will be graduating Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 1 PM at the OSHU Auditorium at Oregon Health & Science University on the SW Sam Jackson Park Road. Here is a map: http://www.ohsu.edu/map/ . Parking available in Lots 10 & D.
Speakers will be Natalia Fernandez, curator and archivist of the Oregon Multicultural Archives and OSU Queer Archives at Oregon State University in Corvalis, Oregon, and Lynne Stahl, OR-17 Emporia SLIM cohort.
We are very excited to host a professional development workshop with generous help from SLIM. The workshop will be on Saturday, June 9th from 10:00-1:00 in Cramer Hall room 401, in Portland, Oregon.
We have professionals from public, school, and academic libraries as well as someone from archives. There will be resume review, mock interview questions, and a panel discussion. Again, this is open to all students and alumni so please invite folks to attend that you think might be interested. All of the details can be found at the Facebook link here:
If you have questions or comments message Katie Patterson, at the above Facebook link.
EMPORIA State University SCALA has a couple of events coming up that I wanted to make sure everyone was aware of.
First, there is a student and alumni social on Saturday, June 2nd from 5:00-8:00 at The Rookery Bar located at 1331 SW Broadway. For those of you who have class that weekend, the bar is a short walk from PSU.
You can see all of the details and RSVP at the Facebook event here:
If you know of any students or alumni that you think might want to come, please invite them to attend!
Here are Emporia SLIM 2018 poster presentations by Robert Kohl, Katie Patterson, and Barbara Fischer, at the 2018 OLA Conference, “Many points of light, one bright future,” in Eugene, Oregon.
We are hosting another Drink & Think Trivia! This time we’re
bringing you the Banned Books Week Edition! Our last fundraiser back
in April was very successful, with 600 books and $200 donated to the
Children’s Book Bank and Books to Prisoners!! This time, we are going
donate the proceeds to the Freedom to Read Foundation.
You can find the Facebook event page here:
If anyone wants to help us spread the word (which we would be thrilled
about!), please share our flyer! It can be printed or
shared digitally. You can also help by inviting people to the event
Here are all of the event details:
SCALA Oregon Presents:
Drink & Think Trivia
Banned Books Week Edition
835 NE Broadway
$5 per person
Team limit of six people
All proceeds will benefit the Freedom to Read Foundation
Fabulous prizes will be awarded to the winners!
For more info, check out:
Thank you to everyone who came to our SCALA social this past Saturday. Welcome, OR18!
SCALA Emporia Portland: Intellectual Freedom Discussion 4/1/2017 with
SCALA Portland will be discussing Intellectual Freedom with Candace Morgan as it references peoples rights to read, view, and listen to a variety of resources.