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Congratulations to the RTI ’22 Fellows!

MLA is pleased to announce the 2022 Research Training Institute (RTI) fellows! The RTI ’22 online program is a successful, immersive research training program that provides advance research methods training and mentoring for one year while participants complete a research project. The RTI ’22 program consists of 34 participants, including 8 embedded LIS graduate students. The program will be taught by a team of experienced and expert research faculty with the mentoring support of 5 peer coaches who are former RTI Fellows. The RTI ’22 participants were chosen by a selective submission process with an emphasis on a desire to learn, enthusiasm for research, and the quality of their proposed research topics. Congratulations to the RTI ’22 fellows!

  •  Lisa M. Acuff, AHIP, University of New Mexico, Health Sciences Library
  •  Anna Biszaha, The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library
  •  Alex Boeckman, Master of Library Science Program, Emporia State University
  •  Kristen Burroughs, Master of Library Science Program, Emporia State University
  •  Carolann Lee Curry, Skelton Medical Libraries, Mercer University School of Medicine
  •  Samira Didehbani, Master of Science in Information Science, University of North Texas
  •  Colleen Marie Foy, Libraries, High Point University
  •  Carla Fulgham, Kolwyck Library & Information Commons, Chattanooga State Community College
  •  Emily Gilbert, Library of the Health Sciences, University of Illinois - Chicago
  •  Susan Maria Harnett, AHIP, Borland Library, University of Florida
  •  Kim Harp, Leon S. McGoogan Health Sciences Library, University of Nebraska Medicine Center
  •  Bridget Jivanelli, AHIP, Kim Barrett Memorial Library, Hospital for Special Surgery
  •  Drew Johnson, Master of Science in Information Science, University of North Texas
  •  Vanessa Kitchin, Okanagan Library, University of British Columbia
  •  Ellen Kearns, Master of Library Science Program, Emporia State University
  •  Karina Kletscher, Health Sciences Library - Phoenix Campus, Creighton University
  •  Laura M Lipke, AHIP, A. T. Still Memorial Library, A.T. Still University - Missouri Campus
  •  Laurie Najjar, Master of Science in Information Science, University of North Texas
  •  Michelle Nielsen Ott, Cullom-Davis Library, Bradley University
  •  Donna O'Malley, Dana Medical Library, University of Vermont
  •  Ebony Peterson, Master of Science in Information Science, University of North Texas
  •  Caitlin Ratcliffe, AHIP, Red Deer Polytechnic Library, Red Deer Polytechnic
  •  John M Reynolds, AHIP, Louis Calder Memorial Library, University of Miami
  •  Ciara Seals, Master of Science in Information Science, University of North Texas
  •  Claire Sharifi, Gleeson Library | Geschke Center, University of San Francisco
  •  Nancy Shin, AHIP, Health Sciences Library, University of Washington
  •  Kelly Stormking, Biomedical Library, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
  •  Ellie Svoboda, AHIP, Strauss Health Sciences Library, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  •  Elisabeth Tappeiner, Hostos Library, Hostos Community College
  •  Ashley Michelle Thomas, Countway Library, Harvard Collage
  •  Marisa Tutt, Library Services, Island Health
  •  Jason Wardell, Roesch Library, University of Dayton
  •  Gwen S. Wilson, AHIP, Family and Community Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Missouri
  •  Alessia Zanin-Yost, AHIP, Bailey Library, Slippery Rock University

MLA is very pleased to report that we received many high-quality applications for RTI ’22 and are so happy to see continuing enthusiasm for the RTI program. Special thanks to all who applied for the RTI program and scholarships!

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Congratulations to the RTI ’22 Fellows!