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ACRL Residency Interest Group (RIG) - ALA 2024 Open Meeting

  • 1.  ACRL Residency Interest Group (RIG) - ALA 2024 Open Meeting

    Posted May 30, 2024 12:50 PM

    Please register for our next meeting of the fiscal on June 18, 2024, from 2:00-3:00 EST/1:00-2:00 CST/12:00-1:00 MST/11:00-12:00 PST/9-10:00 HST

    At this meeting we will provide updates from the RIG Leadership Team and introduce our new Incoming Convener. We will provide a brief overview of RIG activities and purpose and share updates from RIG Teams. This meeting will have updates from the following teams:

    • New Members and Mentorship
    • Programs and Proposals 
    • Social Media and Web Communications 
    • Post-Residency Transition Team (new!) 

    These meetings are completely open to the public. Any current students; current or former residents; residency coordinators, supervisors, and other stakeholders; LIS advisors and professors; librarians at institutions with residencies or who are considering them; and anyone else who is interested in learning more about residencies is welcome to join!

    Please register here.


    Please reach out to the current convenor, Mallary Rawls at if you have any questions. 


    Thank you & best,

    Mallary Rawls, ACRL RIG Convener 2023-2024 



    Mallary Rawls (she/her/hers) 

    Humanities Librarian 

    Florida State University Libraries 

    116 Honors Way, 0027N 

    Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047


    Florida State University is located on land that is the ancestral and traditional territory of the Apalachee Nation, the Muscogee Creek Nation, the Miccosukee Tribe of Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The seizure of those lands enabled the conditions for the enslavement of the thousands of Black folks who lived and labored on Leon County's 73 plantations.