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Research and Teaching Fellowship

Jane Behre

Jane is an MLIS student, the graduate assistant for the First Year Book Program, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She earned her BA in Theatre from Barnard College, Columbia University. Her interests include the performing arts, research and instruction, and student success.


Emily Belknap

Emily is an MLIS student, a Graduate Teaching Assistant, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. Librarianship is a second career for Emily who received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the George Washington University and subsequently worked in consulting for many years. Her academic interests include information literacy, access, and instruction, and diversity and inclusion in Public and Academic Libraries. 


Casey Hughes

Casey is an MLIS student, a graduate student worker in Special Collections and University Archives, and a Research and Teaching Fellow. She earned her BA in History from Christopher Newport University. Her interests include reference, first-year instruction, and archives instruction. 


Brianna Nuñez

Brianna is a HiLS (dual Masters of History and Library Science) student, graduate assistant in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union Art Gallery, and Research and Teaching Fellow.  She earned a BA in History and in International Politics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.  Her interests include accessibility, public history, and community involvement.


Marcella Stranieri

Marcella Stranieri is an MLIS student and a graduate assistant for the Special Collections and University Archives located in Hornbake. She earned her BA in art history and classics from the University of Maryland, College Park. 

Applications for the Research & Teaching Fellowship class of 2022 are now open!

Applications will be accepted November 1 - November 29, 2020. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom and will be scheduled in early December. Acceptance letters will be distributed on December 12. New Fellows will begin their positions in January 2021.