Hannah Herrlich, Queens College
Hannah works within the circulation department at the Walsh Library of Fordham University. Her official title is access services support staff and online learning assistant, and her responsibilities range from circulation support to establishing a digital reserves page for the online community. Hannah will also graduate from Queens College (CUNY) with an MLIS in Spring 2021. Currently, she is working on her capstone thesis, which tackles academic publishing and scholarly communication.
Shu Wan, University of Iowa
Shu Wan is originally from China and is currently matriculating in the School of Library and Information Science at the University of Iowa. His research interests include digital librarianship and humanities, social justice and the digital divide, and racial issues in the library space.
Daniel Woulfin, Queens College
Dan Woulfin is an MLS graduate student at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Queens College. He is currently the data services intern at the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library at Queens College and his academic interests include library usage and assessment, data analysis, and cataloging and metadata. Daniel holds a PhD in history from Stony Brook University and a BA from Rutgers University.
Linkedin Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-woulfin-612a49155/
Early Career Scholarship
Kaneisha Gaston Arhin
Kaneisha Gaston Arhin is the teaching and undergraduate services librarian at Columbia University. Prior to this role, she served as a K-12 educator and college instructor. She received her BA in English from Davidson College (NC), MA in English from UNC-Charlotte (NC), and MLS from North Carolina Central University (NC).
Barbara Bonous-Smit Scholarship for a Veteran Librarian
Gary Marks, Jr.
Gary Marks, Jr. is a reference & outreach librarian for the David & Lorraine Cheng Library, William Paterson University of New Jersey. Gary holds BA degrees in history and political science, an MA in public policy and international affairs, a master’s in library and information science, and is currently ABD in pursuit of a PhD in public policy, law, and administration. He is the creator and coordinator of the “Civic Literacy Initiative” at the David & Lorraine Cheng Library at William Paterson University of NJ. Gary serves as the legislative representative for the ACRL-NJ chapter and the College & University Section of the NJ Library Association, and serves on the Executive Board of the ACRL Politics, Policy, & International Relations Section as social media coordinator.