UCLA Department of Information Studies
cordially invites you to

60th Anniversary
All-Class Reunion and Symposium

Join us in celebrating 60 years of excellence
at the forefront of preserving, organizing, and 
rethinking information for the 21st Century

Saturday, December 1, 2018

12pm: Lunch & Keynote | Faculty Center
2pm: Panel Sessions | Royce Hall
4pm: Reception | Powell Library

To reserve your seat, please RSVP by Monday, November 26, 2018
$50 General Admission | $20 Students
Complimentary parking available in Structure 2

For more information and to RSVP
GSE&IS Office of External Relations
310 206-0375 or events@gseis.ucla.edu

Online RSVP: http://giving.ucla.edu/IS60

UCLA Department of Information Studies Reunion and Symposium

PROGRAM

Luncheon featuring keynote speaker:

Sarah T. Roberts, Assistant Professor, UCLA Information Studies

Computational Literacy | The State of the Art in Library Systems

Panel discussions

Emerging Issues in Information Studies

Jean-Francois Blanchette, Associate Professor, UCLA Information Studies

·         Shawn Van Cour, Assistant Professor of Media Archival Studies

Ellen Pearlstein, Professor, UCLA Information Studies

Miriam Posner, Assistant Professor, UCLA Information Studies

Moderator: Anne Gilliland, Associate Dean for Information Studies, Director, Center for Information as Evidence UCLA Graduate School of Information Studies Director, Archival Education and Research Initiative (AERI)

Introducing UCLA’s Community Archives Lab

Henry Apodaca, MLIS expected ’19

Julie Botnick, MLIS expected ’19 Mellon Internship, Skid Row History Museum

Jessica Tai, MLIS ’18 Mellon Internship at the June Mazer Lesbian Archives

Community members TBA

 Moderator: Michelle Caswell, Associate Professor, “Summoning the Ghosts: Records as Agents in Community Archives”

“Rare Books—Why? Now? Yes!”

 A panel conversation with current students, recent graduates, and UCLA librarians

Moderator: Johanna Drucker, Distinguished Professor of Information Studies, Bernard and Martin Breslauer Professor of Bibliography

Interactions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies

&

UCLA Information Studies Colloquia

Gracen Brilmyer, Ph.D. student, UCLA Information Studies

Maria Montenegro, Ph.D. student, UCLA Information Studies

Peter Polack, Ph.D. student, UCLA Information Studies

Jonathan Calazada, Ph.D. student, UCLA Information Studies

Sakena Alalawi, Ph.D. student, UCLA Information Studies