Alumni & Friends


We are proud to have an engaged and vibrant alumni community. The powerful relationships forged between faculty and students, and among classmates, thrive long beyond graduation day. Our alumni share ideas, professional opportunities, and graciously offer their time to mentor current iSchool students.

Many of our alumni stay connected with our School and their classmates through active involvement in two professional organizations: the Library School Alumni Association (LSAA) and Beta Phi Mu. LSAA encourages participation in alumni events and promotes a lifelong connection with our School. Beta Phi Mu is an honor society that recognizes scholastic achievement and offers social and professional programming for its members.

The Office of Advancement is proud to serve the needs of our School's alumni. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

Class Notes

Sacchi, Simone (Class of 2015) 3 days 19 hours ago

After three years as Head, Scholarly Communication Services at Columbia University Libraries in New York City, Simone Sacchi (PhD '15) moved back to Europe (The Hague, The Netherlands) after spending eight years in the United States. Sacchi recently joined LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries, as an open science officer.

Lechtenberg, Urszula (Class of 2014) 5 days 19 hours ago

In January 2017, Urszula (Biegaj) Lechtenberg (MS '14) began working at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut as an instructional design librarian.

Trei, Kelli (Class of 2012) 5 days 19 hours ago

Kelli Trei (MS ’12) was featured in the March 20th current member spotlight of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Science & Technology Section e-news. She is a biosciences librarian and assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Alumni News

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Alumni Profile

March 3, 2017

A lawyer and librarian, Sandra Enimil uses training from both vocations to navigate the world of copyright law. In addition to helping researchers untangle the legal complexities of using third-party content, she uses her reference skills to help them locate the resources they need. Watch Sandra Enimil talk about copyright law.

Where do you work and what is your role? 

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Intersections Magazine

Fall 2016
Fall 2015