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Special Collections Research Center Faculty Fellows Information Session

November 10, 2023 at 10:00am11:00am EST

Bird Library, Hillyer Room, 6th Floor

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Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) is hosting an information session on its Faculty Fellows Program.

SCRC’s Instruction & Education Librarian and Faculty Fellows program coordinator, Jana Rosinski, will be joined by former SCRC Faculty Fellows, Dr. Joan Bryant, Associate Professor of African American Studies, and Dr. Kathryn Everly, Professor of Spanish Literature and Culture, to speak about the unique teaching opportunity.

SCRC annually accepts proposals for two Faculty Fellows who want to provide students with an experiential learning opportunity to engage with SCRC’s primary source materials as a core component in their classes. The program supports innovative curriculum development and fosters new ideas about how to transform the role of special collections and archival research in university instruction. Each fellow receives a $5,000 fellowship payment and completes a summer residency at SCRC that includes workshops and training sessions on handling special collections materials, teaching students how to research within and across collections, and designing hands-on, individualized, creative and critically-minded assignments with rare materials.

Come ask questions about the fellowship, teaching with primary sources, and other opportunities to engage students with collections at SCRC.

Please direct any questions to Jana Rosinski, SCRC’s Instruction & Education Librarian, at


This event was published on October 30, 2023.

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