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IST Master of Science in Library & Information Science <[log in to unmask]>
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Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation
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Fri, 29 Oct 2004 10:49:42 -0400
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We are seeking applicants for the "Future Professoriate for
Librarianship Project" in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse
University. The project provides five full Fellowships for new PhD
students studying librarianship topics.

The Ph.D. program of the Syracuse University School of Information
Studies has a long and proud history of educating the future
professoriate for service and leadership in library schools throughout
the country. The Future Professoriate for Librarianship Project,
created to address the national need for library school faculty to
educate the next generation of librarians, integrates preparation for
teaching with targeted library research activities to enculturate
doctoral students at Syracuse University to library research, teaching,
and service and smooth their transition to being assistant professors
in Library programs.

The Fellowships provide full tuition, stipend and benefits for
full-time, on campus PhD students at Syracuse pursuing librarianship
topics. Applicants for the Fellowships must be US citizens or permanent
residents. For more information, please see the PhD program website at
http://www.ist.syr.edu/academics/graduate/phd/index.asp, or contact the
program director, Kevin Crowston, [log in to unmask]


Gisela von Dran
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Assistant Professor
MSLIS Program Director
School of Information Studies
Syracuse University

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