The Wilson scholarship is awarded to DLIS students who have their work recognized or published by a professional association.
Eligibility criteria: Proof of publication of applicant’s research (acceptance letter, conference program, etc.) completed while enrolled in DLIS, submitted via email to the Director of DLIS.
Award amount: $500 per academic year.
Students in DLIS may apply for the DLIS/H.W. Wilson Professional Scholarship once per fiscal year (July 1 – June 30).
Nicole K. Rivas
Title: The Material Biography and Sartorial Remembrance of my Abuelita Martha
The Fashion and Race Database, December 2022
2022: Not Awarded
2021: Not Awarded
Title: Flipping the Switch: The Emotional Toll of Change in Information Organization Environments
Bridging the Spectrum Symposium 2020, Catholic University of America, February 14, 2020
Title: Bridging the Divide: Latecomer and Newcomer at the Same Time
Co-presented with Lusiella Fazzino, University Libraries
US Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Association (USETDA) 2019 Conference, September 25-27, 2019
Title: Technology Driven Challenges Information Professionals and Academic Librarians Face: Internet of Things (IoT) as a Solution
American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering
Vol. 5, No. 2, 2019, pp. 72-76
Catherine Sheehan and Reba Weatherford
Title: Anatomy of a Naturalization Record: Assisting Users in Mining Records for Genealogy Gold
Poster presentation at the 28th Annual Conf. on Libraries and the Future: Libraries in a Post Privacy World, October 11, 2019.