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Established in 2013, this residency provides entry-level librarians and archivists from diverse backgrounds an opportunity to develop skills and professional growth in an academic library setting. The program is designed to meet both the professional goals and interests of the Resident as well as the service and operational priorities of the Library. The program supports the goals of the Association of College & Research Libraries Diversity Alliance program.
From 2013-2016, the residency was a two-year program. Beginning in 2017, the residency was expanded to a three-year program. This is a three-year placement designed to encourage and promote the professional growth and development of recent graduates. It provides a broad-based awareness of principles and practices in an area of academic library or archives specialization.
Angel Tang recently joined the UW-Madison Libraries as the Data, Science, and Engineering Diversity Resident Librarian! Before taking this position in December 2020, Angel was the Archives Assistant at the Center for Railroad Photography and Art, where she digitized train photograph negatives and selected images to share through social media. As a recent graduate of UW-Madison’s iSchool, she is very familiar with campus and the Libraries. Read more about Angel!
Join us in welcoming Kristin Lansdown to the staff of the UW-Madison Libraries as our first-ever Open Education Resources Resident Librarian. We sat down with Kristin to a fun Q&A recently to get to know more about her. Click on Kristin's name above to learn more!
The UW-Madison Libraries is delighted to welcome Jennifer Patiño to our staff. Jennifer is our first-ever Data and Digital Scholarship Resident Librarian. We asked Jennifer a few questions about her goals and are pleased to share the interview. Click Jennifer's name above to learn more!
On August 1, Maij Xyooj joined the staff of College Library as a new Diversity Resident Librarian. She spent her first year at College Library, being introduced to the public service practices of the General Library System, served as a Resident Librarian for South Asian Studies and is currently Data & Open Scholarship Librarian. To read more about Maij, check out her interview here!
Kalani is now a Processing Archivist in the University of Miami Libraries' Manuscripts & Archives Management Department. For more about Kalani, check out their full interview here!
Katrina is now an Arts & Humanities Librarian at the University of Virginia
Carlos is now an Instruction Librarian at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Following his residency, Miguel worked as an e-learning librarian at UW-Madison from 2015-2017. Following his time at UW-Madison, he worked as the Latino Engagement Librarian for Evanston Public Library. Currently, he serves as Supervising Librarian for Evanston Public Library's Robert Crown Branch Library.