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Research and Teaching Fellowship

Elijah Berk-SilvermanElijah Berk-Silverman's Headshot

Elijah is an MLIS student and a Research and Teaching Fellow. He earned his Bachelor's in Applied Arts and Sciences from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

His interests in the field are mainly focused on archives and material organization.

 


Olivia Hodge

Olivia Hodge is an MLIS student and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science and a minor in History.

Her interests include academic libraries, sports history, and reference interactions. Olivia also loves to visit art museums and go on long hikes with her dog. 

 


Stella HudsonStella Hudson's headshot

Stella Hudson is an MLIS student, a GA with the Baha'i Chair for World Peace, a TA in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She earned her BA from the College of William and Mary, where she majored in English and minored in Classical Studies.

Her interests include academic librarianship, accessibility, and information literacy instruction.

 


Mattie Lewis

Mattie Lewis is an MLIS student, archive assistant for the Katherine Anne Porter collection, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She earned her BA in International Development and Humanitarian Affairs from the University of North Texas.

 

Her interests include critlib, government archives, and accessibility.

 


Jack Owen

Jack is an MLIS student, a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the College of Information Studies, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. He earned his BA in English with a minor in Hispanic Studies from Vassar College.

His academic interests include critical information literacy and LGBTQ+ Studies. 


Bridget Scoles

Bridget is a second-semester MLIS student, a Graduate Student Assistant at Mckeldin Library, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. In 2019, she earned a BA in Anthropology with a minor in music from the University of Idaho.

Her interests at UMD include community outreach and engagement, diversity and inclusion, and the intersection between librarianship and social work. 

 

TBD!